Share spooky photos with Berkeleyside this Halloween

Hallowed aunts and uncles. Photo: Pete Rosos/2812 Photography

As Halloween approaches, with its goblins, ghouls and decorations galore, we invite readers to share photographs of all your spooky moments with Berkeleyside.

This weekend is the perfect time to stroll the streets for a sneak peek at your neighbors’ decorations. So grab your camera or your phone and get shooting. And, when Halloween comes around on Wednesday, don’t forget to snap some images of the little ones all dressed up, which we hope you’ll share with us. We’ll post a slideshow of Halloween 2012 images next week.

There are several easy ways to share with us. Choose the one that’s easiest for you:

See photographs below from past Halloweens in Berkeley, from the Berkeleyside group on Flickr:

A guide to Halloween celebrations for kids in Berkeley [10.22.12]
Skeletons enjoy a last supper for Halloween on Spruce St. [10.31.11]
How toxic is Halloween face paint on your child’s face? [10.28.11]
Berkeley ramps up Dìa de los Muertos celebrations [10.26.11]
Candy lovers will delight in Powell’s Sweet Shoppe [11.11.10]
What was your favorite Halloween moment? [11.01.10]
Look: It’s Emerson School’s Halloween parade [10.29.10]
Five not-so-scary Halloween tips for Berkeley tots [10.28.10]
Berkeley’s Halloween [10.28.09]

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  • serkes

    The Elementary School Parades are lots of fun. The parade video is of Emerson School in Elmwood and Thousand Oaks School in Thousand Oaks. The pumpkins and animatronics are on Russell and Piedmont/Ashby in Claremont & Elmwood; Josephine Street in North Berkeley and Mariposa Avenue near the Arlington Circle Fountain.At night … start on Russell Street in Claremont (celebration usually ends about 8:30 pm) then visit the amazing pumpkins on Ashby and Piedmont; travel north and stroll along Josephine Street between Cedar and Rose, the make your way to Mariposa Avenue … one of Berkeley’s loveliest tree-lined streets.

    The”Dia de los Muertos” Day of the Dead parade is in North Berkeley, on Friday 2 November 5-9 pm starting at 1400 Shattuck.. Visit Lisa Bullwinkel’s “Dia de los Muertos” web page for times and places – Photos + Video are at:

    Ira Serkes

  • Bill N

    Perhaps someone will take pictures at the BHS Mayoral debate!

  • guest26

    Thank you for this information.