Families flock to Fort Totten for Halloween

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Aliyah Mullings, 2, is a character from Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Photo by Christina Santucci
Amanda Carvarjal holds her granddaughter Camilla Delgado, 2 weeks. Photo by Christina Santucci
Aaron Sabapathy, 2, plays a game in Fort Totten. Photo by Christina Santucci
Camden Picarello plays a game at Fort Totten. Photo by Christina Santucci
Ana Maria Gonzalez, 7; Amantia Noko, 7, and Gabriella Gonzalez are dressed in their finest Renaissance and vampire outfits. Photo by Christina Santucci
Layla Andrade of East Elmhurst portrays Poison Ivy. Photo by Christina Santucci
Connor Chen, 2, is dressed as a plush puppy. Photo by Christina Santucci
Costumed children (l.-r.) Jocelyn Medrano, Elizabeth Medrano and Jasmine Becerra take a rest in the shade at Fort Totten with dog Dixie, who is dressed like a bee, during the annual Halloween festival. Photo by Christina Santucci

Fort Totten hosted an annual Halloween Festival Saturday, featuring spooky family fun, hay rides, a pumpkin patch and treats. The event was sponsored by Friends of Fort Totten Parks and Councilman Dan Halloran.

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