Boys and girls of every age got into the Halloween spirit at the fourth annual Pelham Parkway Halloween Parade and Party
Pelham Parkway Halloween Parade, Party
(back, l-r) Oscar Ray Ruiz; Aleksander Nilaj, Albanian American Open Hand Foundation president; Senator Klein; Assemblyman Gjonaj and children found their perfect Halloween pumpkins.
Boys and girls of every age got into the Halloween spirit at the fourth annual Pelham Parkway Halloween Parade and Party on Saturday, October 28. Hosted by Senator Jeff Klein, Assemblyman Mark Gjonaj, Councilman James Vacca, the Pelham Parkway Neighborhood Association, the Allerton International Merchants and the White Plains Road Business Improvement District, the ‘spooktacular’ yearly parade kicked off at the southeast corner of White Plains Road and Pelham Parkway South venturing onto White Plains Road to Brady Avenue. Following the neighborhood march, a Halloween party was held at P.S. 105 where costumed children enjoyed face painting, games, carriage rides and live music.
(front, l-r) Aleksander Nilaj; Assemblyman Gjonaj; Joseph Thompson, WPRBID executive director and Senator Klein joined local youth in sharing the Halloween spirit with the community.
Joseph Thompson (2nd row, l) and Senator Klein (2nd row, r) wished everyone a happy and safe Halloween.
Steve Glosser (r), PPNA vice president, distributed many tasty treats to trick-or-treaters.
Gionni Leilani Barretto rose to the occasion as a phoenix.
Trick-or-treaters satisfied their sweet tooth with some candied apples.
Even four-legged trick-or-treaters joined in celebrating the season of fear.
Posted 12:00 am, November 11, 2017
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