Friday, October 27, 2006

Huge Lists of Brooklyn Halloween Activities

So, it's Halloween weekend and that means that there are, like, dozens of Halloween-related things to do in Brooklyn alone. (Let alone all the parties.) Excellent lists of official events are available through About Brooklyn and Only the Blog Knows Brooklyn. If you've got kids, the Number One activities are in Prospect Park on Saturday (10/28) and Sunday (10/29). They include the Haunted Walk and Carnival on Saturday from Noon-3PM. (UPDATE: Unfortunately, as of Noon on Friday, the event has been canceled because of expected bad weather; other park events are still on, though.) Plus, on Saturday and Sunday there is the Haunted Carousel from 12 – 5 PM. ($1.50 per spin.) Scary stories at Lefferts Historic House from 2:00PM-3:00PM. And something described as "a critter-fest in Prospect Park with lots of spiders, worms, and other creepy creatures that are sure to make your skin crawl! Creepy crafts, live critters and hands-on experiments" at the Audubon Center from Noon-5:00PM. Also, there are special activities at the Zoo, including a "legendary haunted barn."

Only the Blog Knows Brooklyn
has posted a very detailed listing of events that is absolutely worth checking out. There is also a long and comprehensive list of Halloween events that's a little more adult-oriented, in addition to covering the kiddie landscape, at About Brooklyn. It, too, is another must click.


Post a Comment

<< Home