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Costumes on parade: Everyone dresses up for Canarsie Halloween party

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THE CAT’S MEOW: Maya Edwards made an awfully cute kitty at PS 211’s Halloween party in Canarsie on Oct. 22.
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COSTUMES ON PARADE: Spider-Man, a skeleton, an Arabian princess, and a Mario brother showed up at the Halloween party at IS 211 in Canarsie on Saturday.
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SHAKE YOUR GROOVE THING! Kids took to the dance floor during IS 211’s Halloween party on Oct. 22.
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David Bryant wows the crowd with his breakdancing moves at IS 211’s Halloween Party.

Talk about having a spooktacular good time!

Decked in costumes, makeup and glad rags of all stripes, scores of Canarsie kids flocked to IS 211 on E. 100th Street on Oct. 22 to celebrate a fright-free Halloween.

All screams of terror were replaced with laughter as kids danced — and breakdanced — the afternoon away near Avenue J, then feasted on a host of candy and treats.

But the costumes were the real treat: kids came dressed as cats, little princesses, vampires (and vampirellas), and of course, Spider-Man, Batman and Wolverine.

Two show stoppers had to be brothers Josh and John Watson, who both came dressed as Transformers.

The fun-filled afternoon was sponsored by the 69th Precinct Community Council.

Reach reporter Thomas Tracy at ttracy@cnglocal.com or by calling (718) 260-2525.
Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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