POINT RICHMOND, Calif. - The downtown business triangle was awash in ghosts, goblins and all manner of costumed children (with some adults, too) in the annual Halloween Parade Wednesday morning with students from Washington Elementary School scurrying all around The Point.
Local photographer Spencer Allen documented some of the goings on as well as paying a visit to several of the fairy villages along Washington Street.
His photos from today are below.
RICHMOND - Temple Beth Hillel at 801 Park Central in Richmond has extended an invitation to the community to join with the congregation's annual Hanukkah celebration, Sunday Dec. 2 from noon to 3 p.m.
The event will start with Beit Hillel Midrash students leading the congregation and guests in lighting Hanukkah candles and singing. The kitchen will open at 12:30 with a Latke luncheon and trimmings and other reasonably priced food.
Crafts and cookie decorating will be part of the afternoon's festivities.
The synagogue's gift shop will also be open for anyone interested in purchasing holiday candles, wrapping paper and other gives. For more information about the event, call 510-223-2560 or check the Temple website Temple Beth Hillel.