half way thru the weekend

10665264_720730651349738_6584107617062755461_nRest of the weekends activities are listed in the post right below.  Tonight remember Day of the Dead celebration at Clay Glass Metal Stone, art music till 10 p.m.     Now to report on last night.  Lake Worth Beach Halloween.  It started with the Thursday Night Peddlers on their 3rd annual Costumed Ride.  As always some are more creative than others.  This was not just in costumes but in how Lake Worth Beach residents presented their homes.   Above I was taken with the tall Cereal Box rider so simple yet so effective.  , ha ha ha, our wonderful gay snow bird.  and of course Toto in basket.

right here in Lake Worth

right here in Lake Worth

We rode our normal route.  were welcomed with Wine, Quiche,  full size candy bars, live goats and some very clever, well thought out surprises that were scary.  Our first stop set the tone for congeniality and graciousness.   As it got darker we gave way  and let the kids have the treats.   On to the Cultural Plaza for the sponsored event by our fair city.  Again the treats were abundant there.  Met some new neighbors at the NAPC tent and they requested a game of scrabble.  Watch out if someone asks to play most likely they will trounce you, as they did.  All in good spirit.  An evening well spent. photo 3  Now to the Party of the year at the Haunted House right here in Lake Worth got there at half past eleven and it was lively.  This year they out did themselves with some awesome and live scary tactics that I jumped and lost all my candy.  (The candy in the bowl I was holding) photo 1 Every year there is a costume that is new and timely.  Two that I can think of were “50 shades of grey” and the Ebola pair brought here all the way from N.Y.   The haunted house is in Mango Grove neighborhood and if you know about it you’re welcome.  It was great last year and who would have thought they could outdo themselves this year just amazing. This year they built a haunted house with all kinds of movable parts and one of the most unusual spectral elements, as you can see from the youtube movie above.    Later more photos from the plaza.

Our Host

Our Host—–

Our Host

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About Lake Worth Florida by the moment the source of inspiration

A former Unite Press International photographer. Spent 9 years with Cruise Ship Photos of London. Moved to Lake Worth from Coconut Grove, with artist husband Fred Hunt. Never leaves the house without a camera. Writes another blog "One Ear Society" dealing with the ins and outs of the art world. Closed her Art Gallery in Coconut Grove after 17 years to relocate in Lake Worth.
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