Museum’s playtime for toddlers gives Halloween a happy glow

Posted: October 31, 2012 at 4:02 a.m.

Georgia Meredith (left) is tickled, rather than scared, at the sight of her son, Carter, in a black cape for Halloween at the Old State House Museum.

Halloween creeps up with a special challenge for parents of little ones just old enough to know something fun is happening, but too young to understand quite what.

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Family, Pages 30 on 10/31/2012


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