Kids reveled in a ‘spooktacular’ event

Children put their spookiest costumes on and had fun all day at the NIA Commuinity Services Netweork Spooktacular in Bensonhurst.
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It was a ghoulishly happy day when NIA Community Services Network held its third annual Halloween Spooktacular. Over 500 people, dressed in the scariest costumes, came and enjoyed a day of face painting, carnival games, prizes, inflatables, music, refreshments, pumpkin decorating, and costume contests. Also on hand were performances by NIA after-school programs, including the Step Sisters from PS-IS 104, a Zumba demo from students at PS 186, and a dance routine from students at PS-IS 121.

“We’re very happy with the amazing turnout we had this year,” said Michael A. Bové, NIA president.

Standing O now has two spooktaculars for next year.

NIA Community Services Network 6614 11th Ave. at 66th Street in Bensonhurst; (718) 236–5266]

Posted 10:13 am, November 9, 2017
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