Mayor Mitchell Brownstein and Councillors Allan J. Levine and Glenn J. Nashen with the award winners for best costumes at the CSL Halloween Skating Party

Mayor Mitchell Brownstein and Councillors Allan J. Levine and Glenn J. Nashen with the award winners for best costumes at the CSL Halloween Skating Party

 

The Cote Saint-Luc Halloween Skating Party on Ice took place Sunday afternoon at the Samuel Moscovitch Arena. Admission was free for anyone dressed in a costume. Music filled the arena while special effects take place throughout the rink.

All children, with and without skates, were able to visit the activity stations—including arts and crafts, a magician, cutouts and a pumpkin decorating station. City staff distributed candy to all participants in costumes and prizes were awarded to those with the most creative costumes.

Glenn in his 1970s CSL Emergency Measures Organization (EMO) uniform with Jeremy in his 2016 NYPD uniform

Glenn in his 1970s CSL Emergency Measures Organization (EMO) uniform with Jeremy in his 2016 NYPD uniform

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Donations were accepted for the Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation.

Judging from the crowd this continues to be a very popular event our young residents and their moms and dads and grandparents too.

Many thanks to the Parks and Recreation staff for their creativity and big smiles in welcoming the kids into the arena for this fun event.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The volunteers of Cote Saint-Luc EMS and vCOP will be out on patrol Monday night for Halloween, as they are every year, watching over the Trick or Treaters, and handing out some snacks of their own. Be sure your child is easily visible. A flashlight is a good idea. Be safe and have fun. Happy Halloween.

 

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