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ALL DRESSED UP: Marina Meyr brought her children Anthony and Sebastian to the costume party.
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FEELING GOOD: Giorgio and daughter Kaya Chaeelain were all smiles on All Hallow’s Eve.
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DANCING THE NIGHT AWAY: Children took to the dance floor at the family-friendly Halloween party.
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TRICK OR TREAT: Dylan Mirvis, Michael Mirvis, Jackie Vaks, and Jackie Kushnir had a blast at the costume party at the Trump Village Apartments.

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.”

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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