Halloween in Brooklyn: Top events this weekend
HALLOWEEN IN BROOKLYN HEIGHTS: PROMENADE PARADE AND SPOOKY FUN ON MONTAGUE STREET
BROOKLYN HEIGHTS — COME GOBLINS AND GHOSTIES — The Brooklyn Heights Association will be hosting its annual Halloween Parade on Saturday, Oct. 28 at 11a.m. Always a fun and photo-friendly event, families will gather at the entrance to the Promenade on Clark Street and parade down to the cul-de-sac on Remsen Street. Follow up with Halloween fun on Montague Street after the parade, sponsored by the Montague BID and BHA. The Zing! Kids Fit Zone will feature a SPOOKtacular kids fitness obstacle course, fit games and prizes, and mini fit classes, and there will be numerous free Halloween activities, spectacular performances and a Pumpkin Patch on the street.
Make sure to swing by the Brooklyn Women’s Exchange at 137 Montague St. for a carving demo and Slime tricks.
BKLYN BOO! IN DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN SATURDAY
ALBEE SQUARE — BKLYN BOO! RETURNS TO DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN on Saturday, Oct. 28 from 1-4 p.m. for fun and exciting family-friendly Halloween activities, live music, and arts in partnership with City Point BKLYN. Activities include Frankenstein slime-making, DJ Mike, puppet shows, a costume dance-off and more.
A photographer will be on hand to snap digital photos, which can be posted to Instagram to enter to win prizes.
CARROLL PARK HALLOWEEN PARTY ON SATURDAY
CARROLL GARDENS — BRING THE LITTLE MONSTERS in costume to Carroll Park on Saturday from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. for a family-friendly Halloween party with music, dancing, treats, scavenger hunt and more. Located at the Park House and Monument area in Carroll Park.
The party is sponsored by the Friends of Carroll Park.
CREEPY CRAWLY HALLOWEEN AT PROSPECT PARK SUNDAY
PROSPECT PARK — DISSECT OWL PELLETS, EAT YUCKY BUT HEALTHY MYSTERY TREATS or take a creepy, crawly walk at the Audubon Center’s Halloween celebration, sponsored by the Prospect Park Alliance on Sunday, Oct. 29. Take a second look at the creatures that give you the creeps and participate in fun activities and experiments that will make your spine tingle.
Do the kids want to watch the Audubon Center’s snake gobble up a mouse? If so, this Halloween event is for them! Free.
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