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Mall-o-ween

New Store Joins Mall And Mall-o-ween Festivities

Newest Store Joins Mall,

Mall-O-Ween Festivities

All manner of spooks, ghouls and goblins invaded the halls of Oneonta’s Southside Mall this afternoon for the annual Mall-O-Ween for children and their families. Above, Keith Gray, owner of Luncheons & Dragons game store, the mall’s newest tenant, hands out candy alongside Jessi Wiertz, to Madison Orozco, Alliya Leggett, Skyla Orozco and Rakem Browne. The store is set to open Nov. 1 – Friday – in the former FYE. (Ian  Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)
All Treats, No Tricks At Mall-O-Ween

All Treats, No Tricks

At Mall-O-Ween

Ghouls, ghosts, princesses, dinosaurs, witches and more filled the Southside Mall this afternoon as youngsters and their families enjoyed indoor trick-or-treating as part of the annual Mall-O-Ween event. Above: At the costume contest, Gavin Tandle, left, brother Aiden and mom Michelle, Oneonta, applaud alongside Colin Walsh, Davenport, and Julianna Everson, Worcester. At right, Phoenix Temple strikes a pose as Rosie the Riveter before taking 2nd place in her age category. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)

Hundreds Get Treats At Annual Mall-o-ween

Hundreds Get Treats

At Annual Mall-o-ween

Over 500 children and their families packed the halls of the Southside Mall this afternoon during the annual Mall-O-Ween event. Here, Harlow Foster, Nyah Stanley and her sister Draya, dressed as two gnomes and a strawberry, all of Oneonta, march down the halls in search of holiday treats. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)
Over 500 children and their families packed the halls of the Southside Mall this afternoon during the annual Mall-O-Ween event. Here, Harlow Foster, Nyah Stanley and her sister Draya, dressed as two gnomes and a strawberry, all of Oneonta, march down the halls in search of holiday treats. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)

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