ALBANY, N.Y. -- More than 100 special kids get the chance to attend a Halloween party in a place you wouldn't expect; at the airport.
It's an annual event put on by the Make A Wish Foundation.
Face painting, a Halloween parade, and a bounce house were just a few of the fun things for the kids. Organizers say events like this are like family reunions.
"It's a really nice thing for kids. These kids have gone through serious medical issues and they've had their wish. After their wish is granted, we try to stay in contact with them after that and kind of keep the family connection going. And so we have activities like this," said Tim Riley, Director of Marketing and Communications for Make a Wish Northeast New York.
The Make A Wish program in the Northeast grants wishes to more than 100 kids in the area each year.