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From a Light the Night Walk in San Mateo to a coastside-based movie opening to little goblins taking over downtown San Carlos, it's been an event-packed week along the Peninsula.

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Belmont: Local skaters participated in the Fall In-House Skating Competition at Belmont Iceland. Participants ranged in age from 4 to 12 years old. For more cute pictures, check out our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/belmonticeland
Credit: Alyssa Lewis

Burlingame-Hillsborough: A boy's "hair-raising" experience at Burlingame's Washington Elementary School's Discovery Day on Oct. 21.  
Credit: Elizabeth Francesconi

Foster City: A talking pumpkin had parents and kids amused and confused at last year's Halloween Safe Streets in Foster City. Credit Leslie Shirasu

Half Moon Bay: El Granada resident Hana Lani Hanson poses with actor Jonny Weston and Mavericks Surf Shop owner and Mavericks pioneer Jeff Clark in Half Moon Bay after winning the signed Pearson Arrow surfboard used in "Chasing Mavericks," the movie about surfer Jay Moriarty filmed last year in Half Moon Bay. The movie opened this weekend at Bay Area theaters. Credit: Stuart Nafey.

Menlo Park-Atherton: Lil Oscar was very excited about being in the Menlo Park Halloween Parade on Saturday. He's a very specially-abled, 14-year old Shih Tzu. 
He was in the Menlo Bark Parade last year and won for Best Costume from Patch. Credit: Ray Gaydos

Millbrae: People and dogs of all ages celebrated Pet Food Express opening in Millbrae last weekend. Credit: Pet Food Express

Pacifica: Pacifica residents, who could soon see an additional collection fee rate increase, already pay some of the highest garbage-collecting rates on the Peninsula. Pacifica’s city council will consider a 1.89 percent rate increase at a Nov. 26 meeting, according to Pacifica Riptide, which is circulating a downloadable petition protesting the rate hike. Credit: Christa Bigue

Palo Alto: The UNAFF 2012 International Documentary Film Festival  is wrapping up in Palo Alto today. Dozens of films have been screened during the 11 day festival, including Tokyo Waka, the story of Tokyo's battles with a burgeoning crow population. Credit: UNAFF

Redwood City-Woodside:  Sequoia High's girls' tennis team is having an amazing season so far. Sequoia senior captain Natalie Clark (pictured) won in straight sets over Westmoor at No.4 singles earlier this month. Credit: Sequoia High School Athletics.

San Bruno: The costume contest at John Muir Elementary's Halloween carnival in San Bruno on Oct. 20 was a success. Credit: John Muir Elem.

San Carlos: Hundreds of tiny costumed-tots invaded downtown San Carlos Friday evening for The Goblin Walk. Credit: Eric White

San Mateo: San Mateo joined communities around the continent Saturday hosting an event honoring those who've suffered from cancer during the annual "Light the Night Walk." Credit: Tracy Manning.

South San Francisco: Galli's Sanitary Bakery in South City wasn’t afraid to show its Giants pride this week! Credit: Tay Wiles.

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