Devon Silva-Frost, 2, of Boca Raton enjoys making a pumpkin selection. Delray Beach native Samantha Frost came to the patch as a child and wanted to share the experience with her son. Photo provided by Samantha Frost
Olga Kovaleuskaya reacts as her daughter Victoria, 18 months, throws a pumpkin through the air at “The Boca Pumpkin Patch Festival” at Mizner Park Amphitheater. Olga and her family reside in Boca Raton. Photo by Tim Stepien
The Witches of Delray hosted a ‘Witches Brew’ happy hour fundraiser at Tim Finnegans Irish Pub. Proceeds from the event benefited the Achievement Centers for Children & Families. The ninth Annual Witches of Delray charity bike ride was modified becau
ABOVE: The eighth annual Witches of Delray Ride along Atlantic Avenue on Oct. 26 consisted of about 300 witches and raised $15,908 for Achievement Centers for Children & Families in Delray Beach. BELOW: The ‘Sea Turtle Rescue Witches of Highland Bea
By Rich Pollack
When the Witches of Delray ride their bikes on Oct
Isabella Ghislandi of Boynton Beach does her best Supergirl pose for her mother, Laura, as they join ‘Trick-or-Treat Along the Avenue’ on Oct. 29 near Old School Square in Delray Beach. The lighting of the city’s new 100-foot Christmas tree will be h
at the town’s second annual Haunted Nature Preserve. ABOVE: Zombie cheerleaders (l-r) Janevia Collin, 7,
and Kaliyah Hugger, 8, of Lantana, react to a sca
The school entertained families from nearby neighborhoods with contests for most creative and scariest costumes, as well as tastes of the hot-and-spicy southwest concoction. ABOVE: (l-r) The Elliott family — David, James, Avery and Kristin — in their
By Janis Fontaine
Halloween is more popular than ever, but the days of trick-or-treating door-to-door are fading fast. Less than a third of costumed kids plan to walk around
for Halloween in the Hammock at Gumbo Limbo Nature Center in Boca Raton.
During Halloween, we throw many of our rules out the window, according to offi
Photography by Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star
Lake Worth residents Anne Heggli (right) and Courtney Ricks take part in a Halloween volleyball game
on the beach Oct. 26 at Anchor Park in Delray Beach.
Participants portray Native Americans Oct. 19 dur
Costumed as bride and groom, these romantic pooches are all set
for Halloween (or a trot down the aisle).
Photo by Dean Payne
Bug-eyed and bushy-tailed, this photogenic doggie
is ready for treats and perhaps a trick or two.
By Arden Moor
October 18, 2012: The City of Delray Beach wants everyone to have a safe and fun Halloween. It is one of the most exciting times of the year for children, but sometimes the most hectic for parents. The
Saturday - 10/6 - Spooky Halloween Saturdays are held at The Ritz-Carlton, Palm Beach, 1000 S. Ocean Blvd., Manalapan throughout October. Gingerbread haunted house building, costumes, pumpkin decorating, candy and Halloween movies. Noon-4 pm
A not too scary place to start is at “Halloween in the Hammock” at The Gumbo Limbo Nature Center in Boca Raton on Oct. 22. Take a mysterious (but
See photos of more dogs dressed for Halloween
By Deborah S. Hartz-Seeley
Pumpkins, ghosts, witches, devils. This Halloween, these are not only popular costumes for people but also for their pets.
“Buying a costume for your pet is a feel-good sort of
A good place to start for those who like things that bump in the night? Try the Lake Worth Playhouse. It’s said to be haunted by one its founder
Banana spiders are taking over South Florida. But with Halloween almost here, don’t be scared. Be
daring. Put arachnids to good use in our spider-inspired holiday treats.
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