This Weekend’s Highlights: Halloween Edition!

BY  |  Friday, Oct 29, 2010 2:00pm  |  COMMENTS (2)

It’s all about Halloween this weekend. There are fun activities, spooky events, parties and more, so you’ll need to check our Calendar for all the details. You can also check your town’s sidebar for a link to town specific Halloween happenings.

Here are this weekend’s highlights:


Spooky Skating
Codey Arena in West Orange is holding a Goons and Goblins Halloween ice skating party tonight! (October 29)

Listen to Vampire Music
Organist Thomas Mustachio accompanies the vampire silent film Nosferatu with a live, improvised score on the sanctuary’s mighty pipe organ at Glen Ridge Congregational Church. (October 29)

Go to a Harvest Festival
The Montclair Community Pre-K holds its annual Harvest Festival with “make your own scarecrows”, apple cider and more. (October 30)

Springfield Avenue in Maplewood transform into a Harvest Fest with pony rides, activities, games, and much more. (October 30)

Party at a Park
Spiotta Park in South Orange will hold a big Halloween Party with games, music, a pumpkin patch all followed by trick or treating in town. (October 31)

Taylor Park in Millburn is the place of the Millburn Fire Department’s annual Halloween Parade and Festival. Enter a costume parade, take a pony ride and have lots of fun. (October 31)


  1. POSTED BY porchistas  |  October 29, 2010 @ 6:06 pm

    And October 30th from 2pm to 7pm the Live Music Afternoon Costume Dance Party is at the DLV Lounge – more info:!/event.php?eid=159249884094807

  2. POSTED BY porchistas  |  October 29, 2010 @ 7:04 pm

    oops i just realized i commented on the DLV Party in the kids Halloween section – sorry about that folks

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