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Halloween celebrations on the Peninsula draw costume-clad crowds

By Amanda Demetrio, Jessica Haro & Kasia Grobelny | 31 Oct 2013

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In the days leading up to this year’s Halloween holiday, there were various celebrations across cities on the San Francisco Peninsula.

On Saturday, Menlo Park families dressed in costume, participated in a parade and watched a magician perform. On the same day, a bit north in Redwood City, families braved a haunted house and played games in the city’s “Spooktakular” Halloween carnival. On Halloween day, young patients at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital in Palo Alto celebrated during the facility’s annual Trick-or-Treat Trail event.

Check some snapshots from the events in the galleries below:

In Menlo Park

Photos by Amanda Demetrio (see full post)

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In Redwood City

Photos by Jessica Haro (see full post)

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In Palo Alto

Photos by Kasia Grobelny (see full post)

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