After days spent cooped up inside, Woodbridge families headed out to the Woodbridge Community Center Saturday, for a delayed Halloween party, sponsored by the township.
Parents received 'robocalls' to tell them of the event.
"I love it, it's so much fun for the kids," said one lady, whose kids were dressed up in Halloween garb and who were clasping bags of goodies.
Various fun stuff took place outdoors, since the Woodbridge Community Center had been a tri-county evacuation center filled with refugees from the effects of Hurricane Sandy.
But by Saturday, all the homeless and sick people had been cleared out. Outside, the Halloween festivities took place, including a Halloween hayride that involved sitting on a trailer stacked with bails of hay which was pulled around the parking lot by a small tractor.