Masses of costumed revelers made their way to East Hampton Village on Halloween, where the fun lasted well beyond sunset.
Hilary Osborn Malecki
Three houses on Sherrill RoadCarissa Katz
The scene at two houses on Conklin Terrace Carissa Katz and Durell Godfrey
Revelers gathered in the driveway of a Conklin Terrace house to grab a slice baked up in a mobile pizza oven. Elsewhere on the street, there were tricks and treats galore.Durell Godfrey
On Cooper Lane, this spooky scene greeted all who passed. Durell Godfrey and Carissa Katz
Recognize anyone? Durell Godfrey
Haybales and kayaks. If there were a contest to choose the best decorations on Cooper Lane, it would be a hard one to judge. Carissa Katz and Durell Godfrey
Sweet or spooky? Take your pick.John Musnicki
Costumes both offbeat and macabre on the streets of East Hampton VillageJohn Musnicki
It was one big party on several square blocks.John Musnicki
"Cheech," a regular at The Dock, approved of the scarecrow created in his honor by London Rosiere from Camp SoulGrow.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton put on the boxing gloves outside the Douglas Elliman office in Montauk. Jane Bimson
A reindeer Santa, outside Kai-Lani, arrived early in Montauk.Jane Bimson
Uncle Sam is in front of Next Door. Jane Bimson
The Cat in the Hat is popular among children visiting the Montauk Library. Jane Bimson
This one grew old waiting for the perfect man.T.E. McMorrow
By the playground at St. ThereseJane Bimson
Camp SoulGrow set up scarecrows in front of Bliss. Jane Bimson
A SpongeBob look-alike by Gringo's BurritosJane Bimson
Jeff Mansfield, center, a Bridgehampton School Board member, made the case for school expansion during a Sept. 14 community forum.