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Ghouls, kids and pets have a blast at Fall Fest
October 25, 2018 at 7:51 a.m.
Beneath blue skies and scary monsters, Ridge Street Elementary School kindergartener Laura Malzyner hangs out with her new spooky friends at the fifth annual PTA-sponsored Blind Brook Fall Fest at the elementary school on Saturday, Oct. 20. The Bayberry Lane resident is towered by Cirque du Jour performers Tanya Turngeon (the mummy) and Erin Grins (the witch).
Ridge Street Elementary School fourth-graders Camila Gonzalez (left), Lyla Cotte and Carlee Gabriel take a moment for some puppy love with Tyler Copland, an 8-month-old cockapoo.
Perla Chen, with Rye-based Silly Cheeks entertainment company, covers 4-year-old Rock Ridge Drive resident Christopher Conte’s hand with a painted rainbow design.
A student squad from The Dance Pointe, a Greenwich, Conn.-based dance studio, takes over the basketball court for a bold hip-hop performance.
Adorned in whimsical face paint, Carlton Lane resident Clara Marconi, a kindergartener, bejewels a small pumpkin with plastic gems.
Blind Brook High School freshman and Windingwood Road resident Mark Short sits in the back of a Halloween-decorated SUV and passes out candy to a group of “Trunk or Treating” kids.
Country Ridge Drive resident Hayden Goldstein, a second-grader, gets ready to whip a levitating Wiffle ball into a big inflatable batting target.
Feeling extremely skeptical of the Hi-Five Sports mascot walking around, Wesley Honig decides to decline its request for a high-five. The Legendary Circle resident will be celebrating his second birthday next month.
Sporting a Rye Brook Fire Department plastic hat, second-grader Amiya Kothari makes sure to check out what it’s like to sit in the fire engine driver’s seat before heading home.