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Lyons, tigers and bears, oh my!
October 27, 2022 at 3:56 a.m.
Two-year-old Emmanuel Garcia’s mother Mary Torres helps him accept candy for his trick-or-treat bag. The young Locust Avenue resident dressed up as Iron Man for the Port Chester Recreation Department-sponsored Halloween in the Park at Lyon Park on Wednesday, Oct. 26.
Jadiel Sigua, 2, is dressed as Buzz Lightyear this Halloween. He strikes a pose on stage for his family, all from Poningo Street, during a runway showcase.
Queens and a grandma from Hillcrest Avenue unite for Halloween! Genesis Delcid, 6, helps Fernanda Rodan, 5, pin a wig to her hair so she can look like Elsa from Frozen. Beside them is 7-year-old Victoria Martinez, who also dresses as Elsa.
Park Avenue Elementary School second-grader Mia Garcia wears a large blow-up turtle costume as she play-fights with King Street Elementary School second-grader Joseph Samano, who dresses as Yoshi.
Parents observe their children as a river of bubbles showers them on the park lawn. Many of the little ones are mesmerized by the shimmering orbs.
Sandy Guevara meows at her mother as she takes pictures of the 6-year-old Smith Street resident playing with bubbles.
Francis Lane resident George Samaras dons a large unicorn blow-up head as he and his family dance in a shower of shimmering bubbles, backlit by ultraviolet lights.
Savannah Jones, a King Street Elementary School second-grader, giggles after poking the blow-up Minion costume fifth-grader Nicholas Allmashy wears. Second-grader Victoria Allmashy observes in her hippie costume.
Young South Regent Street witch Gillian Faller, 3, gets in line to grab some potion ingredients (candy) from tables set up along the sidewalk.
Just as Snow White feeds the birds, 4-year-old Giada Lio feeds children—with candy. Because the West Glen Avenue resident isn’t tall enough to reach many of the baskets while she’s on the ground, she sits on the table.
Baby cow Rylee Oliver, 1, is obsessed with the bubbles around her. The Weber Drive resident is so intrigued she doesn’t know whether she wants to pop them or just watch them glitter.
Owen Marquez, 2, sits happily in his decorated stroller, which his mother brought from their Terrace Avenue residence.
Haunted bounce houses set up near the gazebo provide kids a spooky, pitch-black experience.