Halloween party was a lesson in ghosts, goblins and ghouls

(Left to right) Lily Moran, Joclyn Balvinas, Madison Packish, and Will Balivnas enjoyed Halloween activities, especially the haunted house, at the Oak Bluffs School Saturday night.
Photo by Michelle Gross

(Left to right) Lily Moran, Joclyn Balvinas, Madison Packish, and Will Balivnas enjoyed Halloween activities, especially the haunted house, at the Oak Bluffs School Saturday night.

A large collection of zombies, princesses and superheroes attended the second annual Oak Bluffs School Halloween Party on Saturday night.

The three-hour event featured a haunted house, zombie dancing, raffles, even psychic readings and Halloween-inspired treats. More than 300 kids and their parents participated in the fun.

Eight-year-olds Joclyn Balivnas and Madison Packish dressed as characters from the 1978 movie-musical “Grease.”

“We really like the movie “Grease,” Joclyn said. “And we really like the pink ladies.”

Dressed as a dolphin, ten-year-old Becket Wadleigh offered the following explanation for her halloween costume this year. “I got it because I thought it was funny,” Becket said. “I like dolphins too. They’re so cute.”

Dressed head to toe as a life-sized hot dog, six-year-old Ella Moran looked good enough to eat on Saturday.

“We found it at Target and my mom really liked it,” Ella said. “I really like hot dogs too.”