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All in for autumn
October 18, 2018 at 5:27 a.m.
Clearly satisfied with her art, King Street Elementary School second-grader Alexis Patafio gleefully smiles at her pumpkin during the PTO-sponsored Harvest on Park festival at Park Avenue Elementary School on Friday, Oct. 12.
A group of boys has a crazy dance party in front of the school on Park Avenue as they do the classic dance moves to “Apache (Jump on It).”
While bouncing on inflatable horses, Park Avenue second-graders Sophia Alonzi (left) and Jacqueline Villa spring to the finish line in the horse race game.
Concentration is key when it comes to basketball, evident by John F. Kennedy School fourth-grader Sergio Morales (right) and Park Avenue kindergartener Gael Guevara’s faces as they prepare to shoot some hoops.
Oak Street resident and John F. Kennedy Elementary School second-grader Mauricio Bonilla is nothing but smiles as he climbs out of the bouncy house obstacle course to greet his sister.
Girl, zombie, or both? Park Avenue Elementary School third-grader Mary Mateus shows off her spooky purple face paint.
In a game to drop coins into a cup at the bottom of a jug of water, Glen Avenue resident and Park Avenue fourth-grader Amelia Jimenez carefully aims while the fifth-grader running the activity, Gage Saresky, tallies her points.
Richard Gasparino helps his 3-year-old daughter Abigail decorate a pumpkin. The duo walked down the block from their house on Park Avenue just to check out the festival.
Stamford, Conn. kindergartener Christopher Pierce sits patiently still so Park Avenue School PTO Vice President Laura Luzzi can paint a spider web around his eyes.
Park Avenue Elementary School second-grader Carlos Hernandéz throws a roll of toilet paper into a fake toilet for one of the many tossing games at the festival.