Trick or treat!
More than 100 costumed children and parents turned out for the Trump Village Apartments’ third annual Halloween party on Oct. 31, crowding a community room in the building on Ocean Parkway between Neptune and Brighton Beach avenues for a sugar-fueled night of dancing and entertainment.
Kids — and adults — came dressed as cats, witches, pirates and zombies, among other disguises.
Party organizer Diana Abramov said the goal was to give residents a family-friendly place to celebrate the spooky nighttime holiday.
Being that it was a school night, the party ended promptly at 8:30 pm, giving school-aged students plenty of time to recuperate for class the next day, Abramov said.
“We do it so kids will have somewhere safe to go,” said Abramov, who donned a hippie outfit that consisted of a colorful dress, jewelry and a bandana. “All of the children looked so cute.”