Halloween got an early start in Bayside and Floral Park over the weekend as special events were held at Crocheron Park and at the Queens County Farm Museum for the younger set. Most youngsters came dressed in costumes for games, treats and crafts. — Liz Rhoades
Chia Acevedo, 12, and Aliyah Alice Mullings, 3, of East Elmhurst enjoy Crocheron Park activities.
Iron Man Michael Elfers, 4, of Bayside is serious about his art project at Crocheron Park.
Devonni Tricarico, 5, of Bayside shows her decoupage at the Crocheron crafts table.
Adrian Ordonez, 3, left, with mom Aris and sister Victoria, 1, visit the pumpkin patch at Crocheron.
Andrew Ricci, 2, of Forest Hills, dressed as a fierce lion, gets acquainted with a gentle cow at the farm museum. Neither seems scared of the other.
Clay Wentworth, 3 1/2, of Brooklyn tries his hand with the business end of a milking cow at the Queens County Farm Museum in Floral Park on Sunday. .
Jaselyn Chow, 6, and brother Tristan, 3, play in the Chopperville float ride during Saturday’s programs at Crocheron Park in Bayside.
Pirate Donovan Herrera, 2 of Woodhaven and Grace Minetta, 3 of Long Island City are fascinated with feeding a sheep.
Fearsome cowboy Ayden Bussie, 2, strikes a pose at the Queens County Farm Museum in Floral Park.