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Whatta spooktacle!

Wizards romped with witches, and ghosties hobnobbed with goblins when Public School 119 students put on the dog and headed to their local park for a rip-roaring Halloween monster mash.

Students and staffers captured the spirit of the calendar’s eeriest day by departing in a colorful processional from their school, 3829 Avenue K, for the play-pen at Avenue J and East 38th Street, where they danced and tickled the funny bone with an afternoon of boo-erific delights designed for the young and the young-at-heart.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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