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Isaac Thomas, 6, creates a buried treasure map at the Frankfort Park District’s “The Pirates are Coming” event Friday, Nov. 2, at the Founders Community Center. Julie McMann/22nd Century Media
Roe (left), Vaughn (middle) and Neve Lubovich color pirate flags and maps Friday, Nov. 2, at the Frankfort Park District's "The Pirates are Coming" event at the Founders Community Center.
Attendees (left to right, back row) Neve Lubovich, Zamaura Flannery, Vaughn Lubovich and Aidan Godfrey and (left to right, front row) Roe Lubovich and Isaac Thomas, show off their pirate regalia.
The children's completed pirate flags adorn a table at the Founders Community Center.
Megan Schuller, Freelance Reporter
12:54 pm CST November 7, 2018

With some pixie dust and a bit of imagination, several Frankfort children spent the evening of Friday, Nov. 2, as pirates during the Frankfort Park District’s fifth annual pirate party at the Founders Community Center.

All of the children dressed in head-to-toe pirate attire, donning eye-patches, bandanas, black hats with skull and crossbones, striped clothing and even hook hand attachments. 

Instructor Sharon Koczor throws the pirate party once a year, right after Halloween.