WWW.QNS.COM RIDGEWOOD TIMES NOVEMBER 3, 2016 23 HALLOWEEN 2016 Halloween parades through Glendale and Maspeth were real treats BY THE RIDGEWOOD TIMES STAFF EDITORIAL@RIDGEWOODTIMES.COM/@ RIDGEWOODTIMES From the looks of things, everyone had thrills and chills enjoying at parades through Maspeth and Glendale on Halloween night. The ghosts and ghouls were out in force in Glendale on Halloween night for the annual Glendale Halloween Parade hosted by the Glendale Kiwanis Club. The parade kicked off at 7 p.m. in front of the Stop and Shop located at 64-65 Myrtle Ave., and everyone marched their way down to St. Pancras School for a spooky costume contest. Participants — which included people and their four-legged friends — were dressed up as superheroes, storm troopers, Pokemon, and much more. More of the same could be found in Maspeth during the annual Ragamuffi n Parade hosted by the Maspeth Lions Club. Trick-or-treaters of all ages marched along Grand Avenue from Mount Olivet Cemetery to Maspeth Federal Savings Bank at 69th Street. St. Pancras Cub Scout Pack 383 leading the way. The Kiwanis Club of Glendale hosted the parade Kids celebrating Halloween in Maspeth. on Myrtle Avenue. Members of Ridgewood Savings Bank as the cast of Disney’s Aladdin. Ridgewood Savings Bank’s retirement home. Halloween wouldn’t be comThe Maspeth Lions Club leading the parade. Haunted car. plete without a creepy clown.
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