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Superheroes, villains, monsters and more enjoy Halloween together at Lyon Park
October 25, 2018 at 8:08 a.m.
One minute Putnam Avenue resident Abby Roux is a car, the next she’s a world-saving robot. The French-American School third-grader’s viable Transformers getup won first place in the costume contest at Halloween in the Park at Lyon Park on Wednesday, Oct. 24.
While interviewing contestants, Ang Rubino asks shy Spring Street resident Alianna More, a King Street Elementary School kindergartener, about her Sally costume from “The Nightmare Before Christmas.”
Terrace Avenue resident Levi Elder, 2, is so excited to show off his speeding abilities as Lightning McQueen on the stage, he almost zooms right past his award after being acknowledged in the contest.
King Street Elementary School first-grader and Marathon Place resident Aidan Brenzel looks so dapper as the Riddler, one could almost forget he’s one of Batman’s trickiest villains.
Though it looks like Park Avenue Elementary School fourth-grader Brady Hollwedel gained a few extra pounds, it’s secretly just the sumo wrestler bodysuit. So, he has no problem opening his bag wide for candy.
Would you be able to survive the zombie apocalypse? Thomas Edison Elementary School fourth-grader Joaquin Silveira shows he’s prepared during zombie laser tag.
Looking and acting like a zombie, Corpus Christi-Holy Rosary School sixth-grader Daniel DeLeo stumbles around the laser tag course to chase younger players.
Never fear, Batman is here–or at least North Regent Street 4-year-old Sophia Carajal is doing a super job taking on the role.
The giant sunglasses make it clear that Greenwich, Conn. 2-year-old Benjamin Carucci is the coolest Peter Pan around.