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Haunted houses: a Halloween hallmark
October 13, 2022 at 7:39 a.m.
Garcia Lefkowitz, 5, concentrates intensely on the roof of his haunted house while his mother Nicole holds him. The Rye Brook residents are artistically kicking off the Halloween season by participating in a creepy mansion crafting event at the Port Chester-Rye Brook Public Library on Thursday, Oct. 6.
Building haunted houses is hard work, so 8-year-old Park Avenue Elementary School fourth-grader Emanuel Perea takes a break to read a comic book after finishing his.
Port Chester siblings Caterina (front) and Matteo Marziani (right), Corpus Christi-Holy Rosary School first- and fourth-graders, respectively, construct their haunted houses with friends.
Briana Rodriguez, a 5-year-old kindergartener at John F. Kennedy Elementary School, colors a picture after finishing her haunted house.
Anastasia Sotire, 6, puts the finishing touches on her haunted house masterpiece. The King Street Elementary School first-grader used lots of monster stickers to make her creation extra spooky.
Two-year-old Anthony Sotire sits on a small staircase as he waits for his older sister Anastasia to finish her haunted house. The Upland Street resident’s family helped him decorate the one he holds.
Gaston Tarnovsky, 9, is not happy when his 12-year-old sister Zaria tries to decorate his nose with a Halloween-themed sticker. Still, the Corpus Christi-Holy Rosary School fourth-grader laughs at the seventh-grader’s festive attack.