Ragamuffin Parade Brings Out the Creative and Spooky

Chloe Hincapie and Scarlett Castillo were Minions from the "Despicable Me" and "Minions" films. Durell Godfrey Photos

The annual Ragamuffin Parade in Sag Harbor Village was held on Sunday afternoon, and children and adults fashioned a host of costumes, from scary to downright creative. Here's just a small selection of photos. 

The village’s chamber of commerce hosted the parade, which was followed by a gathering on the Custom House lawn for family games and homemade baked goods from the Sag Harbor Ladies Village Improvement Society.

Chamber members will also take part in a Pumpkin Trail on Halloween, Oct. 31, from 3 to 5 p.m. Businesses displaying pumpkin faces in their windows will have gifts and treats for trick-or-treaters.

Wearing a hand-knit red octopus costume, Sam Bromberg knew his arms were tentacles.
Bananas and monkeys just go together, kind of like this father and son duo, Darren and Drew Lamb.
Jade Samuelson, Rey from "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," and Ella Menu, a pirate, showed off their accessories.
From left, Emilia Baltz, Emily Brownstein, and Gaylin Davey
It took a team to pull of this costume: the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
A family of sheep walked in the parade. Dana and Rachel Didriksen, their daughter, Agnes, and their dog, Pal, all matched.
Kiara Bailey-Williams showed off her sweeter side despite some scary makeup.
Margaret and Lucy Burke
Angela Lombardio, in the purple princess outfit, and Grace Castantine