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A scary skeleton.
Jack Skeleton.

The second annual Edgar Allan Poe Festival continued Saturday along Main Street in Riverhead, with dozens of children trick or treating at shops, spooky stories and a Monster Mash performance at Vail Leavitt Music Hall.

The festival wraps up Sunday.

Scroll down for more photos from the event by Katharine Schroeder:

The Osofky family of Hampton Bays stops by a store for treats.
The Osofky family of Hampton Bays stops by a store for treats.
Mike Falcone of Pera Bell waits on tables wearing a nun's habit.
Mike Falcone of PeraBell Food Bar waits on tables wearing a nun’s habit.
A group of volunteers roam the streets.
A group of volunteers roam the streets.
Trick or treaters on Main Street.
Trick-or-treaters on Main Street.
The Knight family of Calverton.
The Knight family of Calverton.
Kiera and Aidan Reichel of Ronkonkoma at the play house.
Kiera and Aidan Reichel of Ronkonkoma at the play house.
From left: Bunny Dowdall, Andrew Michalski and Rose-Ellen Walls await children for storytime.
From left: Bunny Dowdall, Andrew Michalski and Rose-Ellen Walls await children for storytime.
Pumpkins show the way.
Pumpkins show the way.
John Panaghi, an instructor at Peconic Ballet Theatre.
John Panaghi, an instructor at Peconic Ballet Theatre.
A scary skeleton.
A scary skeleton.
Trick or treaters on Main Street.
Trick or treaters on Main Street.
Four-year-old Isabella as Dorothy.
Four-year-old Isabella as Dorothy.
A reveler all decked out.
A reveler all decked out.
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