Princesses, killers, superheroes and other characters packed the Wednesday evening for the Fourth Annual Costume Contest held by .
More than 100 people attended the event which included games, root beer floats, candy, and of course a costume contest.
Judges came from the Imperial Beach Fire Department and San Diego County Sheriff's Department.
- Gnome and Kaia 200 robot Liah and Kaia Andrade
Age 5 and Under
- Austrian Boys Mac and Cal Kirsner
- Mad Hatter Raymond Orozco
- Harry Potter Elgin Ciano
- Steam Punk Airship Captain Michael Valiant
- Hazmat trooper Dante Flores
- Fairy Qiana Flores
Last year, two-year-old Enzo Santos came to the party dressed as Yoda. This year he came dressed as a storm trooper.
His mother Sarah Macintosh wanted him to wear a pumpkin suit his grandma made for him.
"I was going to stuff it and have it sewn, and it was going to be all big but he wouldn't do it," Macintosh said. "It was the tights. I guess he's already got opinions."
The youngest attendee may have been Bryce Walaska, who came in a skeleton clad outfit and is seven weeks old.
Winners of the contest received $50 Target gift certificates. Honorable mention winners received $10 Target gift certificates.
Library staff headed by Perla Flores and about a dozen volunteers put the event together.
Librarian June Engel said she isn't sure what to do next year. After a sizable crowd last year, the contest was moved next door to the Marina Vista Community Center. Under Flores' leadership, the event may have outgrown the community center as well.
"I just close my eyes and let her go, cause she's so good at it," she said.