Let’s Have Halloween Fun – Seriously!

Halloween disabilities disability 2019

Buzz Lightyear (a.k.a. Juandiego) and Julissa Herrera, Community Support Coordinator for Weekend Recreation, join others in Halloween costumes.

 

Anyone who has been out in the community, shopping, is well aware that Halloween is almost here. Over the past week, the children, teens, and adults we serve got a head start on the festivities. We hope their fun and imaginative costumes—along with the themed activities in which they participated—offer our followers some ideas!

 

 

Festive Events in Morris, Sussex, and Warren

The adults weren’t the only ones to have fun. Children and teens from Morris, Sussex, and Warren counties enjoyed an evening of Halloween musical activities; many of them showing off their costumes.

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Adults’ Night Out participants created a variety of colorful costumes, which they wore to the annual Monster Mash dance at the Arc of Hunterdon.

 

 

 

 

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Holly and Becky relish creating fall-themed crafts at Arts in the Afternoon.

Halloween disability disabilities New Jersey 2019

After gentle yoga stretches and a lunch social break, the group returned to using stickers and patterned paper to assemble Halloween collages.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

…more fun in Passaic and Essex

Meanwhile, the adults we serve in Passaic and Essex counties through our Weekend Recreation program had their day of fun, as well.

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Feelin’ groovy, many participants enjoyed dancing.

Halloween disability disabilities New Jersey 2019

The Halloween costume party was a chance for friends to get together and socialize.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The costumes were an occasion for a fashion show!

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Every costume is a winner!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Down in South Jersey

Autumn and Halloween were themes among our young Parents’ Night Out—South participants. At Indian Acres Farm, Medford (LEFT), the pumpkins weren’t the only ones smiling! In addition, the annual Fall Harvest Party (RIGHT) was a time to savor seasonal treats.

 

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Parents’ Night Out – South children enjoy a day of pumpkin picking and hayrides at a local farm.

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Seasonal celebrations continued both at the Barrington office and a nearby bowling alley in the community.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We wish you a happy, festive, and safe Halloween!

 

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