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Luke and Lily Babcock were named the contest's Master Carvers with this stack of pumpkins carved to look like a lighthouse.
This green alien creation by Erin Shipman won first place in the Area 51 category.
Liam Blackmoor won first place in the Genetically Modified category with this original creature.
Bill Stewart showed off his family's first-place entry in the all-ages freestyle category: Creatures attacking Cinderella's coach.
Fairley Stewart held up a bat carved from gourds and pumpkins that was part of the first-place entry in the all-ages freestyle category.
Liam Blackmoor, who also won first place in the Genetically Modified category, won first place in the Compost Zombie category with this creation.
The Trumpkin, such as the carved pumpkin seen here, is a phenomenon that began to pop up last year for Halloween.
Christina Cassel's Meatless Monday burger entry won first prize in the Odd Lot category.
A clever brace-faced pumpkin had a lot to be smiling about.
Chloe Hincapie and Scarlett Castillo were Minions from the "Despicable Me" and "Minions" films.
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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
Gerald and Sara Murphy, left and right, were joined by Cole Porter and his wife, Linda Lee Thomas Porter, center, in Venice.
Officials of the Maidstone Club told the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals that a wood bridge across Hook Pond was essential to the safety of golfers, pedestrians, cyclists, and motorists on Dunemere Lane.