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Princesses, ninjas, witches and more invade Lyon Park for Halloween
October 26, 2017 at 5:39 a.m.
Kids line up to be judged for the costume contest.
Harry Potter and Voldemort settled their differences to compete in the costume contest. Both 7-year-old Sam (left) and 9-year-old James Buck of Glenville, Conn. won the contest.
Zachary Brenzel gives a whole new meaning to “Young Frankenstein.” The 2-year-old Marathon Place resident was having so much fun running around the gazebo.
There is no better way to bond than hunting zombies together. Spring Street resident Alan shows his son Junior Alexander, 3, how to aim his laser gun.
A narwhal and a bumblebee together? Only on Halloween. Henry, 8 months, and his mother Ivy of Francis Lane show off their costumes.
At 9 years old, Daniel Alvarado of Westchester Avenue is already a master bull rider.
Never fear, Superman is here. Five-year-old Jefferson Mejia of Division Street was ready to save anyone in danger, or maybe he was just waiting to use his super speed to be first in line for candy at the Port Chester Recreation Department-sponsored event.
You can’t have Halloween without candy! Two-year-old Victoria Allmashy fills her basket with the sugary treats. The Mitchell Place princess enjoyed all that Halloween in the Park had to offer on Wednesday, Oct. 25 at Lyon Park.