Written on October 31, 2013 at 1:11 pm , by Jill Feigelman
Today might be Halloween, but here at Family Circle we’ve been anticipating this holiday for a while by brewing up our recipes and spooky decor tips.
Halloween fans that we are, when we got to sponsor some pre-October 31st fun at the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Bronx Zoo we were super excited. Boo at the Zoo is the annual month-long Halloween celebration that includes some (not-so) scary thrills like treat stations, a hay maze and the Extinct & Endangered Species Graveyard.
We hosted a spook-tacular 3-D pumpkin-carving demonstration, face painting and a seasonal crafts table where boys and girls of all ages got to create their own masks to take home. Even our editor in chief, Linda Fears, and our executive editor, Darcy Jacobs, got in on the Halloween fun.
Our favorite photos from Boo at the Zoo follow below! To check out even more photos, click here for our entire Facebook album.
At a pre-festivities VIP brunch, children were transformed into characters of all kinds by our master face painters. This girl becomes a ghoul.
Zoo-goers let their creative juices flow.
Hocus-pocus! These girls took their time creating these cute witch masks.
Even editor in chief Linda Fears, publisher Lee Slattery and executive editor Darcy Jacobs got in on the Halloween fun.