Brookline Memorial Recreation Center
Halloween Party - October 27, 2012

Community Center Halloween Party 2012

On Saturday, October 27, 2012, the Community Center hosted it's yearly Halloween Party. While Hurricane Sandy battered the East Coast and meteorologists are predicting the weather event of the century, a storm of a different kind descended upon Brookline, in the form of ghosts, goblins, goons and jokers. Children dressed in all kinds of cool and zany costumes came to the Recreation Center building to eat lunch, work on halloween crafts and go trick-or-treating. The Citiparks Roving Art cart was on hand with their haunted house and plenty of games for the kids to play. Everyone got to eat a lunch of hot dogs, macaroni and cheese, arabic rice and holiday cookies. A short but delightful trick-or-treat session was held in the gymnasium and, afterwards, the kids were invited to the cannon on Brookline Boulevard for the Chamber of Commerce Halloween Parade.

Thanks to the many volunteers who came to help with the party: Nicole Tibbetts, Carmela Bigante, Kathy Blake, Debbie Murphy, Debbie Augustine, Mary Ann McCarthy, Michael Elwood, Natalia Rudiak and Michael Elwood. Thanks also to Nancy Burns, the Citiparks Community Enrichment office and the staff of the Brookline Recreation Center.

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* Photos provided by Clint Burton *

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Community Center Halloween Party 2012    Community Center Halloween Party 2012

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