Castine and Penobscot celebrate Halloween
The Castine eighth grade's tribute to the Internet.
Ian Potter of Castine floats between the party at Emerson Hall and the sidewalk as he waits for the next hay ride to arrive.
Who are these two young masked-and unmasked-Penobscot students?
Students at the Penobscot Community School parade from the school to the Penobscot Nursing Home.
Hannah Flood portrays a "Weeping Angel"
Castine eighth grader Hannah Flood portrays a “Weeping Angel” from the TV series Dr. Who.
From spooks to Spiderman to fairy princesses, Halloween brought children from Penobscot and Castine to schools and village streets for a day and evening of laughs, scares and sweets. Penobscot Community School and Adams School kids paraded down streets in all their costumed glory. In late afternoon and evening, parties at the Penobscot school, Castine town hall and Witherle Library, a haunted house courtesy of the Wilson Museum and Maine Maritime Academy students, and hay rides to Castine houses for special tricks and treats rounded out the fun. Here, Children of all ages don their costumes for the annual school Halloween parade through Castine.