It may have rained outside which cancelled the Fourth Annual Halloween parade down White Plains Road to PS 105 on Brady Avenue, but the rain could not damper the parents and children who came to the PS 105 for the Fourth Annual Halloween Party hosted by State Senator Jeff Klein and Assemblyman Mark Gjonaj.
Hundreds of Bronx children and families enjoyed the Halloween extravaganza, which featured Halloween games and activities and a variety of treats. During the celebration, guests danced to music children had their faces painted with elaborate designs. Every child received a special trick-or-treat bag filled with candy and coloring books.
“Our annual Halloween party has has become a long-standing tradition, and every year I look forward to hosting this fun-filled event for the community with Assemblyman Gjonaj. We enjoyed quality time with our families and friends and created lasting memories,” said Senator Klein.
“Halloween is a time for fun and games and I happy to once again join Senator Klein to provide a safe environment for our children and families,” said Assemblyman Gjonaj.
Above - Halloween music was provided by DJ MANNYFRESH.
Below - There was face painting for the children.
Above - State Senator Jeff Klein says a few words, and then introduced Assemblyman Mark Gjonaj.
Below - You can see some of the crowd which is gathered around Assemblyman Gjonaj. There were snacks, soft drinks, and even goodie bags for the children also.
Above - There was a dance contest to see who could stop when the music stopped.
Below - Mr. Dennis Wales of Assemblyman Gjonaj's staff played the ghost of Halloween. He was the judge, as you can see him pointing to the child who kept dancing after the music stopped.
Mr. Wales looked so natural in his costume that some of the children thought that he was the real ghost of Halloween at first, but not these two brave girls.