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Spooky fun at Aviator

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It was a spooky weekend at Aviator.

The Aviator Sports and Events Center threw a holiday bash on Oct. 26, where parents watched their pint-sized ghouls, princesses, and ninjas parade about during a costume contest at the Halloween Spooktacular.

“It was great for kids,” said Elena Petrov, who brought her son 6-year-old ninja, Ivan, to the spooky party from Brighton Beach.

For the price of admission, every family got food and drinks, while the kids got to pick out and decorate their own pumpkins with scary spiders and frightful frills.

Between primping their pumpkins and cavorting in costume, the kids kept themselves busy in the bouncy house, or decorating cupcakes.

The party culminated in the costumed contest, where the cutest and the scariest were rewarded for their looks with bags full of their favorite stuff — candy, stickers, and toys.

“It was fun,” said Petrov.

Reach reporter Colin Mixson at cmixson@cnglocal.com or by calling (718) 260-4514.
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