Scary Family Fun During The Harloween Festivities In Harlem

October 26, 2016

Halloween Comes Early at EHNCIt’s that time of year again when the spookiest places in Harlem to haunt you again, it’s the time when the trickiest places are a treat and the places that treat you are never tricky in Harlem.

1. Mount Morris Park Trick or Treat

13402978-a03b-46c0-ba19-b1dae5fa112cCheck out the MMPCIA Trick-or-Treat Map! The kids will enjoy climbing up and down the stoops to fill those loot bags.  The list of participating homes will be available on our website.

2. Hooowwwlll-O-Ween Pet Adopt-athon


For a third consecutive year, Bohemia Realty Group, the leading real estate brokerage in Upper Manhattan and the Bronx is hosting its popular Annual Howl-o-Ween Pet Adopt-athon on Saturday, October 29, Noon to 4 p.m., in front of its offices at 2101 Frederick Douglass Blvd, between 113th and 114th Streets.

3. Halloween Parade and Pumpkin Flotilla 


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Celebrate the Halloween season at one of the best park’s in the city for fall foliage: Central Park. Listen to ghost stories, check out a costume parade and get creative by carving a pumpkin. After the festivities, the Central Park Conservancy will partake in a traditional Pumpkin Flotilla, where 50 gourds (possibly your creation) will take a sail across the Harlem Meer at twilight. See more here.

4. Join the Block Association Halloween Parade!

2011-yard-saleCome to the West 102nd & 103rd Streets Block Association Halloween Parade and howl if you want too. Come outside and join to clap and cheer for the kids in the community West 106th Street WEA to RSD (street will be closed to traffic) at 6 pm, October 31st, 2016,

I’m sure you know of other Halloween events readers like you can attend, please list them below in the comments section.

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