Halloween in Downtown Oxnard

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By Dan Pinedo
 
The Oxnard Downtown held a “Halloween In The Park” with help from several non-profits and community friends on Friday from 4-7:30 p.m.
Families enjoyed trick-or-treating, games, crafts, a bounce house, costume contests in 4 age categories with over $500.00 in prizes with spooky music in the background. There were hot dogs for sale from It’s In The Sauce BBQ and popcorn from Plaza Cinemas 14.
 Some of the costumes were impressively creative. Santiago Magallanes was The Tin Man, Gregory Magallanes a Pirate and Graciela Magallanes a Native American. (Photo: Dan Pinedo)

Some of the costumes were impressively creative. Santiago Magallanes was The Tin Man, Gregory Magallanes a Pirate and Graciela Magallanes a Native American. (Photo: Dan Pinedo)


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Most Creative prize in their age group went to Eva Kewley and Julia Reed as Hairspray And Brush. (Photo: Dan Pinedo)

 

In n Out

Best costume went to In And Out with Pete Pastrano as a Double-Double, Christine Pastrano as an In And Out cook and Angelina Pastrano as French Fries. (Photo: Dan Pinedo)

Flintstones

Chris, Angie, and Alexandria Taddeo strolled around Plaza Park as Fred, Wilma and Pebbles Flintstone. (Photo: Dan Pinedo)

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Dan Pinedo is a Citizen Journalist residing in Oxnard

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