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Photo gallery: Halloween spirits abound on rainy parade down Allegheny River Boulevard

| Monday, Oct. 30, 2017, 11:51 a.m.
A gray, rainy morning didn't seem to dampen the spirits of costumed characters in rain gear and toting umbrellas during a Halloween parade down Allegheny River Boulevard to Riverside Park in Oakmont, Saturday, Oct. 28. The annual parade is sponsored by the Riverside Women's Association.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
A gray, rainy morning didn't seem to dampen the spirits of costumed characters in rain gear and toting umbrellas during a Halloween parade down Allegheny River Boulevard to Riverside Park in Oakmont, Saturday, Oct. 28. The annual parade is sponsored by the Riverside Women's Association.
Lyla Flanick, Phoebe Nee, and Molly Morrisney take cover under a giant umbrella at the Halloween parade in Oakmont on Saturday.
Lyla Flanick, Phoebe Nee, and Molly Morrisney take cover under a giant umbrella at the Halloween parade in Oakmont on Saturday.
Sarah Bonney, 8, showed up as a clown to march in the annual Halloween parade in Oakmont on Saturday.
Lillian DeDomenic | For the Tribune-Review
Sarah Bonney, 8, showed up as a clown to march in the annual Halloween parade in Oakmont on Saturday.
A gray, rainy morning didn't seem to dampen the spirits of costumed characters in rain gear and toting umbrellas during a Halloween parade down Allegheny River Boulevard to Riverside Park in Oakmont, Saturday, Oct. 28. The annual parade is sponsored by the Riverside Women's Association.
Lillian DeDomenic | For the Tribune-Review
A gray, rainy morning didn't seem to dampen the spirits of costumed characters in rain gear and toting umbrellas during a Halloween parade down Allegheny River Boulevard to Riverside Park in Oakmont, Saturday, Oct. 28. The annual parade is sponsored by the Riverside Women's Association.
Members of the Riverview Marching Band showed up in costume to the annual Halloween parade sponsored by the Riverside Women's Association in Oakmont.
Lillian DeDomenic | For the Tribune-Review
Members of the Riverview Marching Band showed up in costume to the annual Halloween parade sponsored by the Riverside Women's Association in Oakmont.

A gray, rainy morning didn't seem to dampen the spirits of costumed characters in rain gear and toting umbrellas during a Halloween parade down Allegheny River Boulevard to Riverside Park in Oakmont, Saturday, Oct. 28. The annual parade is sponsored by the Riverside Women's Association.

Lillian DeDomenic is a freelance photographer.

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