#MustDo in NYC: Happy Halloween! (Oct. 29 – Nov. 4)
Locals know that Halloween in the city means an all-out celebration, a fun-filled week of parades, elaborately decked out stoops and ghostly tales.
For this week’s #MustDo in NYC, a round-up of the best places to show off your costume and an event to ring in November.
The Classic NYC Halloween
The Village Halloween Parade is one of NYC’s most anticipated event of the year. We love a good party and the opportunity to dress up makes it all the better! This year’s theme is ‘LOVE not fear.’ There will also be a special robot themed section (because, why not?) so if you plan on dressing up as a robot this year, sign up to join the grand marshall in the parade.
Wednesday, October 31 at 7pm
6th Avenue North of Spring Street to 16th Street
RSVP to participate
More info to watch
A Different Kind of Halloween
The Brooklyn Historical Society is hosting their ‘Boos in the Borough,’ an event to highlight the history of Brooklyn’s ghosts featuring the founder of Boroughs of the Dead, Andrea Janes and an exploration of funerary traditions with funeral director, Amy Cunningham to celebrate all things macabre. There will be a costume contest, so come dressed up!
Wednesday, October 31 from 6pm to 9pm
Brooklyn Historical Society
It’s Not Halloween Without a Hocus Pocus Screening
Nobody knows exactly how this Disney movie became a classic (perhaps it’s just because Bette Midler is in the cast) but Halloween would not be complete without it. Join the folks at SVA theater for a free screening on Halloween night. P.S. Get an early start with a Hocus Pocus trivia night.
Wednesday, October 31 at 7:30pm
Kick Off November at the NYC Cider Week Opening Party
Join some cider enthusiasts at Bad Seed Brooklyn in Crown Heights to officially ring in Cider Week, a celebration of locally-made ciders from Hudson Valley to the Finger Lakes. Guests ciders featured include Graft Cider, Diner Brew Co., Naked Flock and more.
Friday, November 2 from 6pm to 1am
Bad Seed Brooklyn
More info here
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