SIC Ae Together with their counterparts, who were dressed as mermaids, one half of the Sea Isle Aerobics Chics made a big splash as Fishermen from Fish Alley during Sea Isle City's 2011 Halloween Parade.
Spectators lining Landis Avenue fully enjoyed the music of the Atlantic City Fire Department's Pipe and Drum Band, who wore a variety of creative costumes during parade.
"Twin Strawberries” Mia and Keira, 15 months, of Turnersville, NJ, were among the many charming youngsters who put smiles on spectator's faces during Sea Isle City's 2011 Halloween Parade.
The popular Hobo Band filled the air with music during Sea Isle City's 2011 Halloween Parade.
During Sea Isle City's 2011 Halloween Parade on October 21, Parade Grand Marshall Peyton Laricks, 3, charmed spectators along Landis Avenue.
The ladies of Sea Isle City's Top Ten Book Club were among two entries that honored Sea Isle's historic Fish Alley during the resort's 2011 Halloween Parade on October 21. Shown delighting spectators on their glittery mermaid float are book club members (
Many families participated in Sea Isle City's 2011 Halloween Parade, including City Councilman Mike McHale (aka: Mickey Mouse), who is shown with his children and grandchildren on October 21.
One of many highlights of Sea Isle City's 2011 Halloween Parade on October 21 were the Sea Isle Aerobics Chics (ladies who attend the resort's weekly aerobics classes). Half of the “chics” were dresses as fisherman while the rest were mermaids – all in tr
Scarecrow Joseph Rutledge, 6, Tin Man Jack Kineriem, 6, Galinda the Good Witch Devin Muir, 6, and Cowardly Lion Nicholas Rutledge, 5, were a sensation during Sea Isle City's 2011 Halloween Parade.
SEA ISLE CITY – The Sea Isle City Department of Recreation hosted the resort's annual Halloween Parade along Landis Avenue., Fri. Oct 21.
Hundreds of participants, including members of local families, civic organizations, scout troops, businesses and other groups, made the parade a success while countless spectators enjoyed an evening filled with “hometown charm.” After the parade was over, all participants and spectators were invited to a Halloween Family Dance Party at Sea Isle's Excursion Park, which kept the fun going well into the evening hours.
Photos from Katherine Custer, Sea Isle City Public Relations Department