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Lyon Park gets spooky and kooky
October 31, 2019 at 5:56 a.m.
Taking a break from his duties at Star Command, Buzz Lightyear—or Francis Lane resident Henry Mellman—reaches for a bag of Skittles while trick-or-treating at Port Chester’s annual Halloween in the Park at Lyon Park on Monday, Oct. 28. The 2-year-old is followed by his mother Ivey and father Jarrett, dressed up as Woody.
Daringly darling, 7-month-old Browndale Place resident Maya Saffer prepares to be wheeled up to the stage and dazzle the judges with her mouse in a trap costume—which ultimately won a cutest costume award.
Greenwich, Conn. resident Charron Carucci adoringly looks at her son Benjamin, dressed as YouTube educational video star Blippi. Paying no attention to his mother, the 3-year-old is intrigued by the monsters and superheroes walking across the stage.
Ready to haunt some dreams and torment some children, the Adamson sisters went all out with their spooky costumes. John F. Kennedy School fifth-grader Faith holds the iconic red balloon as Pennywise while Port Chester Middle School seventh-grader Journey wears realistic Freddy Krueger razor gloves.
John Herrick takes a deep breath and practices his scary, thundering roar. Appropriately, the 2-year-old Upland Street resident is dressed up as Tyrannosaurus Rex.
She may be sweet and sassy, but Tinkerbell, also known as Victoria Allmashy, can be dangerous if need be. The 4-year-old Mitchell Place resident proudly smirks after taking down a ghoul during zombie laser tag.
Are you serious? Dressed up as a tiny maniacal Joker villain, Hobart Avenue 1-year-old Lukas Hernandez certainly is.
As Greenwich, Conn. resident Kate Sheil tries to take a mother-daughter selfie in her cute deer costume, her 1-year-old fawn Rylee Mae interferes by continuously bopping her nose.
Look out for Maya Guzman as she waves her arms to fly around Lyon Park! The 3-year-old Glen Avenue resident may be the cutest dragon around town.
Dressed as the Cookie Monster, Barrett Lane 1-year-old Antonio Bellamusto wanders around the park looking for sweet treats.