The Myrtle Avenue Festival, sponsored by the Ridgewood Local Development Corp., was held last Sunday, and it sure drew big, happy crowds. Here’s just some of the fun that was had.
The Myrtle Avenue Festival, sponsored by the Ridgewood Local Development Corp., was held last Sunday, and it sure drew big, happy crowds.
Julio Lima and his two daughters Joseline, 10, and Roselynn, 8, check out a old vintage 1958 MTA Bus.
Mario Naranjo, his wife, Maricela, and their children, Joseph, 6, and Janis, 4, take some rest time to enjoy lunch outside.
Jeffery Llapa tests out his mountain-climbing skills.
Two-year-old Lea Bobe poses for a picture with the Easter Bunny.
Wilson Grafals, along with his daughter Tai, granddaughter Ariana, 4, and his pet snake, pose for a photo with Lady Liberty.
Rayo Stoyotl with her three children, Christopher, 8, Anqueli, 5, and Emely, 3, check out a 1931 double-decker bus.
A happy girl takes a ride down the slide.
Three girls have the time of their lives on the King Kong Swing Ride.
Milton Lopez prepares some barbecue food underneath his tent for the many hungry visitors.
The NYPD Community Affairs Outreach Unit took photos of children for registration in case something were to happen to them. One who registered was 9-year-old Yaritza Filto.
Lovin' the King Kong Swing Ride.
The inflatable slide was a big hit.
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