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Sunday, November 1, 2009

Halloween in Old North

Since the last day of the North City Farmers’ Market coincided with Halloween, the end-of-season celebration included costume contests along with some of the other festivities, the fantastic live music, crafts from Old North, and the usual good deals on farm-fresh vegetables, baked goods, and meat.

The first of the two bands that heated up the chilly air.

The first of the two bands that heated up the chilly air.

Joe at the KDHX booth.

Joe at the KDHX booth.

James at the Black Bear Bakery booth.

James at the Black Bear Bakery booth.

Sarah at the Lee Farms booth.

Sarah at the Lee Farms booth.

The Princess & the Pumpkin

The Princess & the Pumpkin

Princess, Power Rangers, dinosaurs, dalmations and other creatures line up for the costume contest.

Princesses, Power Rangers, dinosaurs, dalmations and other creatures line up for the costume contest.

The Dinosaur and Wolverine celebrate their prizes.

The Dinosaur and Wolverine celebrate their prizes.

Some of the adults of the neighborhood celebrated Halloween the night before at a party hosted by Graham & V. Lane at their cool space in the former Ford Charcoal Warehouse.

Han Solo (Graham) and Princess Leia (V).

The spider (Tom) and his ladybug (Gloria).

The spider (Tom) and his ladybug (Gloria).

Graham showing off the features of his one-of-a-kind home.

Graham showing off the features of his one-of-a-kind home.

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