Twin 6-year-old sisters Alexandra and Gabriella Hammond, dressed as “spooky princesses,” came away with handfuls of candy from the carnival games. Photo by George Lurie
Shelby Hunter (right) and Veronica Tafoya, front desk managers at the Goodson Recreation Center, prep for the annual Spooktacular pre-Halloween event held Oct. 18. Photo by George Lurie
Leah Muniz (right) and Bela Houck play the Spooktacular's ghoulish version of musical chairs. Photo by George Lurie
Posted: Thursday, October 24, 2013 8:43 am
Imaginatively dressed little ghouls and goblins came out early to celebrate Halloween at South Suburban's annual Spooktacular, held Oct. 18 at Goodson Recreation Center in Centennial.
The event, which drew nearly 600 participants, provided safe, supervised fun for children up to 11 years old. Among the activities at this year's Halloween extravaganza: the Little Spook House, Trick or Treat Street, the Cookie Walk and Spooktoddler musical chairs.
Thursday, October 24, 2013 8:43 am.