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Things to Do With Kids in Bronx on October 25

October 25, 2014   |    

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free and low-cost things to do with kids in Bronx Find free and low-cost things to do with kids in Bronx today, October 25, including fun activities and events the whole family can enjoy. See what's going on today in Bronx's museums, galleries, and libraries for some educational fun; in the parks, for outdoor and nature activities; and in the theaters, for children's concerts and performances. Plus, get details and directions on any street fairs or holiday festivals happening October 25. For even more free and low-cost upcoming events in Bronx, check out our complete calendar of events.

Alastair Moock - Symphony Space
October 25, 2014 - Upper West Side

Like Pete Seeger and others from an earlier generation of folk music, Alastair Moock makes little distinction between his own songs and cover material; it's all part of a continuum - a collaboration between the old and the new that he loves to share with kids of all ages. Joined by his rowdy roots band, an Alastair Moock performance captures the spirit and sound of timeless music from yesterday and today.

Halloween Open House - Turtle Bay Music School
October 25, 2014 - Midtown

Prospective and current students and families are invited to the annual Halloween Open House at Turtle Bay Music School! Put on your costume and join us for musical trick-or-treating, games, and Halloween crafts. The Open House is a fun opportunity to meet faculty members, try out different instruments, and register for classes. RSVP here:

Halloween Haunted Walk - Prospect Park Lookout Hill/Nethermeade
October 25, 2014 - Windsor Terrace

Lurking high on Lookout Hill are zombies, wolf men, headless horsemen, good and bad witches, and other creepy characters. Visitors brave enough to experience this harrowing hike should head to Lookout Hill. The Halloween Haunted Walk is suitable for children accompanied by parents/guardians or older siblings (though it may be frightening for very young children).

Pumpkin Park - Adventureland
October 25, 2014 - Farmingdale

This trick or treating event for kids of all ages invites guests to dress up and "trick or treat" at the vendors set up through out the park. Pay One Price bracelets can be purchased for unlimited riding. Single tickets can be purchased to pay per ride (tickets are $1 each and each ride takes 3, 4 or 5 tickets). Rides include the Wave Swing, Pirate Ship, Hurricane Coaster, Ghost House and more.

Boo at the Zoo - Prospect Park Zoo
October 25, 2014 - Flatbush

The Wildlife Conservation Society’s host its annual, family-friendly Halloween extravaganza. Festivities include costumes, arts and crafts, and treats for the animals. Highlights include the popular “Spooky Barn” with requisite scary creatures and not-so-scary animals to pet and feed. No Halloween celebration is complete without bats, and the Zoo’s nocturnal exhibit provides the perfect setting for a dark and creepy look into the world of these fascinating flying creatures of the night.

Haunted Carousel - Prospect Park Carousel
October 25, 2014 - Flatbush

Take a spooky spin on the Carousel. Creepy bats, scary cats, and spiders will watch you ride to the sounds of chilling Halloween music.

Ghouls and Gourds - Brooklyn Botanic Garden
October 25, 2014 - Crown Heights

Shake a tail feather, show off your costume, and carouse with colossal puppets and zany stilt-dancers at Brooklyn's wackiest costume parade! Bang your head to Brooklyn's youngest heavy metal band, waltz with a woodland creature, chat with children's book creators, explore a Victorian toy parlor, or just flop down on the grass and enjoy the Garden's gorgeous fall colors.

Creepy Crawly Halloween - Prospect Park Audubon Center
October 25, 2014 - Flatbush

Kids can examine the creatures that give them the creeps, such as spiders and worms, and do some experiments and craft making.

October 25, 2014 - Bridgeport

Built To Amaze! opens with the All-Access Pre-show where everyone is invited to join the fun and meet the Built To Amaze! international cast of performers as they prepare for the show. The Ringling Bros.® Ringling Girls and Barnum B-Boys encourage kids to participate in a tug-of- war and kick off what will soon become an insane battle of girl power versus boy power. Audiences also can pick up some hip dance moves during the dance party, try on custom designed costumes, learn circus skills like juggling from the famous Ringling Bros. Clown Alley and have the opportunity to witness and win a one of a kind masterpiece created by Asia, Ringling Bros. very own painting pachyderm.

'The Movement'- Dance Classes for the Soul - Alex Ray Studios
Through October 25, 2014 - Hempstead

Alex Ray Studios Inc. presents the "The Movement"! Fallon Alexandria Fleming is going to introduce children in the community to the connection between the soul and contemporary movement. The program is inspired by the likes of Alvin Ailey, Martha Graham, and Lester Horton which delivers soul resurrecting choreography to each participant. The program will incorporate ballet and modern techniques while arranged to pieces like "Fix Me, Jesus" and the "Processional" from Alvin Ailey's world renown production Revelations.

Young Stars: Traditional Cape Malay Singers David Kramer Band - Carnegie Hall
October 25, 2014 - New York

The fascinating folk music from the Cape region of South Africa is explored by two groups in this concert. New York audiences have a rare opportunity to hear a Cape Malay choir - the Young Stars: Traditional Cape Malay Singers, a 15-voice male choir led by Moeniel Jacobs - performing music from Cape Town that combines Dutch folk songs called nederlandslied with colorful inflections and ornaments from vocal traditionas as far afield as Malaysia, Arabia, and East Africa. David Kramer is a composer, guitarist, singer-songwriter, and a tireless champion of Cape musical traditions. For this concert, he performs with a lineup of folk musicians from the remote regions of the Karoo desert.

Le Nozze di Figaro - Metropolitan Opera
October 25, 2014 - New York

Music Director James Levine conducts a new production of Mozart's eternal masterpiece, directed by Richard Eyre, who sets the action in a 19th-century manor house in Seville but during the gilded age of the late 1920s. Dashing bass-baritone Ildar Abdrazakov, our Figaro, leads a dazzling cast, including Marlis Petersen as his bride, Susanna, Peter Mattei as the philandering Count, Marina Poplavskaya as the long-suffering Countess, and Isabel Leonard as the libidinous pageboy Cherubino. Designer Rob Howell (Carmen, Werther) utilizes a revolving set to keep the story bubbling along.

Die Zauberflote - Metropolitan Opera
October 25, 2014 - New York

Julie Taymor's transcendent production of Mozart's magical composition, seen this season in its full-length German version, stars Pretty Yende as Pamina, in her first Met performances since her stirring debut. Toby Spence is her prince, Tamino, Markus Werba is Papageno, and the great Rene Pape is Sarastro. Adam Fischer conducts.

SpokFrevo Orquestra - Jazz at Lincoln Center
Through October 25, 2014 - New York

Saxophonist Inaldo Cavalcante de Albuquerque, also known as "Spok," is considered a frevo maestro with an adventurous mind. Drawing from the democratic underpinnings of jazz, Spok uses improvisation as an exercise in expressing freedom, taking this music from the streets of Brazil to the international stage.

JLCO Goes to Brazil - Jazz at Lincoln Center
Through October 25, 2014 - New York

The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis and guitarist/composer/arranger Mario Adnet come together to perform the music of the late Moacir Santos, one of Brazil's most important musicians and prolific composers.

Hot Latin Moonlight Cruises - Spirit Cruises
October 25, 2014 - New York

New York's hottest summer cruise is celebrating its 11th anniversary and you can?t afford to miss the boat. Grab your favorite pair of dancing shoes to rock the boat all night with non-stop Salsa, Bachata and Merengue. Come aboard and enjoy a night under the stars dancing to your favorite songs!

Le Poeme Harmonique - The Dark Hours - Church of St. Mary the Virgin
October 25, 2014 - New York

Miller Theatre's favorite French early-music band, Le Poeme Harmonique, returns with another evocative, candlelit performance. Lalande was the leading French composer of sacred music during the 18th century, and he wrote with an emphasis on the female voice that was unusual for his time - perhaps inspired by the vocal talents of his wife and daughters. Claire Lefilliatre's soaring soprano shines in these Lecons de tenebres, or "Lessons of Darkness," based on the Lamentations of Jeremiah after the destruction of Jerusalem.

Bobby McFerrin - Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts
October 25, 2014 - Brooklyn

Best known for his chart-topping single, "Don't Worry, Be Happy," Bobby McFerrin has redefined the role of the human voice in contemporary music. He has interpreted everyone from Bach to The Beatles, and his collaborative partnerships range from Yo-Yo Ma to Sesame Street. Join this international superstar as he opens Brooklyn Center's 60th Anniversary Season with a concert featuring his Grammy-winning vocal finesse and musical genius.

Cynthia Oliver - New York Live Arts Theater
Through October 25, 2014 - New York

BOOM!, a new duet by Cynthia Oliver, features Oliver and Leslie Cuyjet as individuals, friends, strangers, family and younger/older versions of themselves, negotiating relations that are persistently in flux. Building upon a non-linear sequence of narratives around a life and a relationship-of a woman to herself, her history, her present and her future-BOOM! is a choreography of shifting realities. It is a looping, fractured unfolding, examining the notions of destiny, when life happens and when "fairness" and cause and effect do not necessarily align.

The Source - Brooklyn Academy of Music
Through October 25, 2014 - Brooklyn

Chelsea (formerly Bradley) Manning has many identities: adrift adolescent, emboldened whistleblower, traitor to her country. In this penetrating music-theater work, Brooklyn-based composer Ted Hearne and director Daniel Fish dive into the media hysteria responsible for the many faces of the Army private who infamously leaked hundreds of thousands of classified documents to WikiLeaks.

Judy Collins Live! - The Town Hall
October 25, 2014 - New York

Judy Collins has inspired audiences with sublime vocals, boldly vulnerable songwriting, personal life triumphs, and a firm commitment to social activism. In the 1960s, she evoked both the idealism and steely determination of a generation united against social and environmental injustices. Five decades later, her luminescent presence shines brightly as new generations bask in the glow of her iconic 50-album body of work, and heed inspiration from her spiritual discipline to thrive in the music industry for half a century.

The Amazing Maize Maze - Queens County Farm Museum
October 25, 2014 - Floral Park

Who knew getting lost could be fun? Families can enjoy the fun of getting lost and loving it at this three-acre interactive corn maze. The adventure begins with a "Stalk Talk" to prepare you for the challenge of finding clues, solving puzzles, and making your way out of the maze.

Children's Halloween Spooktacular - New York School for the Deaf
October 25, 2014 - White Plains

A fun, lighthearted, Halloween event for children of all ages! Crafts, games, bounce castle, pumpkin-painting contest, face painting, costumes, and more. This fundraising event is a fun and festive way to celebrate the Halloween spirit.

The RISE of the Jack O'Lanterns - Old Westbury Gardens
October 25, 2014 - Old Westbury

Lighting up the night once again this October on Long Island is a unique all-ages Halloween extravaganza, The RISE of the Jack O'Lanterns! More than 5,000 hand-carved jack o'lanterns created by professional artists and sculptors are arranged in artful displays throughout a 1/4-mile scenic trail. The entire family-friendly stroll is a multi-sensory experience that is sure to be a lasting annual family tradition.

Imagine seeing thousands of carved jack o'lanterns arranged within a variety of exciting themes. Visitors will see a re-creation of the New York City Skyline, favorite sports stars from all of New York's professional teams, amazingly carved images of famous TV stars, a giant graveyard made of jack o'lanterns, and a pre-historic arrangement of life-sized dinosaurs made entirely out of lit jack o'lanterns! The variety of themes is sure to impress visitors of all ages.

The event is held for 14 nights, Oct. 16-Nov. 2, during evening hours. The RISE is a rain or shine event. Refreshments and merchandise are available for purchase at the event. The surface of the trail is stroller and wheelchair accessible. Tickets are available for advance purchase exclusively online at

Fanwood's Nightmare Manor: NYSC's 4th Annual Haunted House - New York School for the Deaf
October 25, 2014 - White Plains

New York School for the Deaf presents the fourth annual Haunted House: Fanwood's Nightmare Manor. Known in Westchester as one of its scariest-kept secrets, this event promises to be even more terrifying than ever. With more than 45 live actors, terrifying special effects, and a twisted maze, Fanwood's Nightmare Manor will be sure to drive you mad! Parental guidance is strongly suggested for children younger than age 12.

Exhibit: Natural Enemies - Pelham Art Center
Through October 25, 2014 - Pelham

Pelham Art Center is pleased to present Natural Enemies, opening on Sept. 12 and running through Oct. 25. One artist group and seven artists will exhibit a diverse collection of artwork ranging from performance artifacts from an Ideological Tug of War to sculptural wooden wall objects. Viewers can explore a Collage Formation with sculpture based on a chicken liver to the duality of Martha Stewart vs. Martha Rosler. This group exhibition explores the inherent conflicts in human nature and the prevailing ideologies that influence and motivate our existence on an emotional and intellectual level. Curated by Elizabeth Saperstein. Reason vs. Emotion. Sacrifice vs. Self-interest. The theme of human nature has inspired countless works of art and literature throughout history. Philosophers, economists, and ecologists continue to develop new lines of inquiry and theories to explain the subject. One popular theory suggests that our daily thoughts and actions are inextricably linked to underlying impulses in human behavior that may undermine the dominant notion of reason as the ultimate arbiter of decision-making. Another theory challenges homo economicus - that perhaps humans are not by nature cruel and motivated by self-interest, but more inclined to share, give, and cooperate. "Human nature is potentially aggressive and destructive, and potentially orderly and constructive," observed the cultural anthropologist Margaret Mead. Today, even at the most prosaic levels, we are chided to "make smart choices," which implies choosing between right and wrong, for one set of values against another. Whether addressing notions of what drives opposing values or reflecting on an increasingly rapacious culture, the exhibit presents an opportunity to start a conversation about integrating a better understanding of human nature - our beliefs, assumptions, and morality - into the way in which we communicate and conduct ourselves. Participating artists: Inga Dorosz, Loren Eiferman, Dahlia Elsayed, The Ladies' Auxiliary, Erik Parker; Tom Sanford, Barbara Weissberger, and Jeremy Willis. Admission is free and open to the public. An opening reception and free all-ages art workshop will be held on Friday, Sept. 12 from 6:30-8pm with an artist and curator talk at 7pm. A panel discussion will be held on Thursday, Sept. 18 at 7:30pm. About the Artists: INGA DOROSZ Inga Dorosz received her B.A. in Political Science from UCLA and an MFA in New Genres from Stanford University. Dorosz has exhibited her photographs, videos, and drawings at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco; Sam Lee Gallery, Los Angeles; Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE); Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Oregon; and Kunstraum Arcade Galerie, Austria, among others. She has been in residence at Djerassi; Atlantic Center for the Arts; AIR Krems, Austria; and Skriduklaustur, Iceland. She lives and works in San Francisco. Her work investigates place through abstracted depictions of specific locations based on intensive research of cultural history and environmental interests. LOREN EIFERMAN "My work can be called the ultimate recycling: where I take the detritus of nature and turn it into a new art. Nothing in my studio goes to waste. My influences are many: carpets from Iran from the 13th century, the mysterious crop circles that appear in the U.K. every spring and summer, the metaphysical works of Buddhist mandalas, sacred geometry found in nature, the chemical structure of wood and the translation of that into sculptural forms, and the celestial images viewed from the Hubble Telescope. Each sculpture is a new geometry that works on many different levels where numbers and numerology, interconnections, science, and color all have a place and relate together in a new pattern and dimension." Eiferman lives and works in Katonah, New York. She received her B.F.A. from Purchase College, Purchase, New York. DAHLIA ELSAYED Dahlia Elsayed combines text and imagery to create visually narrative paintings that document internal and external geographies. Her work, influenced by conceptual art, comics, and landscape painting, is informed by autobiography and environment, to create illustrated documents of places and memories. Frequently using the visual language of cartography, Ms. Elsayed's paintings employ symbols of hard data - geologic forms, borders, markers, coastlines - to frame the soft data of the ephemeral, adapting a quantitative schema to the qualitative. Her paintings, prints and artist books have been shown at galleries and art institutions throughout the United States and internationally, including the 12th Cairo Biennale, and solo exhibitions at Aljira Center for Contemporary Art and the Jersey City Museum. Her work is in the public collections of the The Newark Museum, The Zimmerli Museum, Johnson & Johnson Corporation, and New Jersey State Museum, amongst others. Dahlia has received awards from the Joan Mitchell Foundation, the Edward Albee Foundation, Visual Studies Workshop, Women's Studio Workshop, Headlands Center for the Arts, and The NJ State Council on the Arts. She received her M.F.A. from Columbia University, and lives and works in New Jersey. Ms. Elsayed is assistant professor of humanities at CUNY LaGuardia Community College. THE LADIES' AUXILIARY The Ladies' Auxiliary, founded in 2007, is a maternal organization dedicated to the promotion and preservation of the homely aesthetic. "Our membership is comprised of married women professionally trained in the functionless arts who have chosen to reside in peaceful, wholesome communities where they can nurture both their families and fixations. Our non-political, self-serving organization selects projects based upon their potential futility. Mrs. Sarah Eyre, Mrs. Erin McNally-Klein, Mrs. Leila Orienter, and Mrs. Jessica Villar are the charter members of The Ladies' Auxiliary. At this time, we have one additional active member, Mrs. Becky Teves." The members, along with the help of their devoted husbands, participate in, manage, and endorse all activities sponsored by the organization. ERIK PARKER Erik Parker is a New York-based artist. He has had solo exhibitions at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Connecticut; the De Appel in Amsterdam; the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Texas; Colette in Paris; Honor Fraser in Los Angeles; and Galleri Faurschou in Copenhagen, Denmark. Parker studied at the University of Texas, Austin with Peter Saul before receiving his M.F.A. from Purchase College of the State University of New York. Employing his own wildly inventive architecture and signature neon palate, Parker creates bold, graphic compositions that riff on the traditional genres of portraiture and still-life. His visionary paintings draw their inspiration from diverse elements of American subculture - psychedelia, underground comic books, the Chicago Imagists, hip-hop, and heavy metal, as well as Picasso, Francis Bacon, and Roy Lichtenstein. TOM SANFORD Born in Bronxville, New York, Tom Sanford is a New York-based artist whose work is exhibited around the world. His paintings, which range from historical works depicting celebrity assassinations to portraits of gangsta rappers and teen pop tarts to elaborate cosmologies weaved together from Hollywood movies, reflect a deep ambivalence about the American cultural condition. Sanford received a B.A. from Columbia and an M.F.A. from Hunter College. BARBARA WEISSBERGER Barbara Weissberger's work has been shown at such venues as the Drawing Center, PS1/MoMA, DUMBO Art Center, and White Columns in New York; GRIDSPACE Brooklyn; Hallwalls, Buffalo, New York; in Pittsburgh at The Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, and Artist Image Resource; Artspace New Haven in New Haven, Connecticut; the Holter Museum (solo, catalogue) in Helena, Montana; and ADA Gallery and the Harnett Museum of Art, University of Richmond in Richmond, Virginia. She is a participant in the inaugural Open Sessions at The Drawing Center (New York, 2014-2016). Grants and fellowships include a Guggenheim Fellowship, residencies at The Camargo Foundation (France), the Hambidge Center (NEA Distinguished Fellow 2013), Oberpfalzer Kunstlerhaus (Germany), the MacDowell Colony, Yaddo, the Ucross Foundation, VCCA, and the Montana Artists Refuge. She divides her time between Pittsburgh and New York. Play is central to her process; images grow out of improvisation and the pleasure of working with materials. The writer Sherrie Flick described the idiosyncratic mix of elements in her work as "stacked and wrapped -- harmoniously, improbably, united in their disparity." JEREMY WILLIS "I have been doing paintings of women for the last few years that explore the intersection between the pop culture and personal experience. The painting style is a collision between abstract expressionism (the personal) and comic books/cartooning (pop culture). I also incorporate elements of baroque painting and the visual manifestation of rock-and-roll culture. Sort of an Ab-ex Betty and Veronica. Or (do you read comics?) Maggie and Hopey from "Love and Rockets," or Enid and Rebecca from "Eightball." The paintings have a sense of compromised exuberance. The expressive is thwarted by the false promises of youth and pop culture, the insanity of addiction/compulsion cycles, and the disenchantment of contemporary New York. The compromised nature of personal expression seen via the lens of hedonism." Willis received his M.F.A. from Hunter College. He is from New Orleans. He sings and plays guitar with the Brooklyn band, Cathy. About the Curator: Natural Enemies is organized by Elizabeth Saperstein, an independent curator. Saperstein has served on the Pelham Art Center's Gallery Advisory Committee since 2004, where she has organized several thematic group exhibits including still life, landscape, comics, and cartography, and most recently a luscious painting exhibition titled, "Big, Fat and Juicy." Horizon Variations, is her most recent offsite exhibition at the Camera Club of New York. She is a former professor of multimedia studies at the University of the Arts and program manager at the Charles Mingus Jazz Workshop. She received her M.A. from Purchase College and B.S. from Emerson College. Pelham Art Center, 155 Fifth Ave., Pelham, NY 10803. 914-738-2525. Directions: Located 5 blocks from the Hutchinson Parkway exit 12 and 2 blocks from the Metro North Pelham stop. These events and programs are made possible, in part, by the ArtsWestchester with funds from Westchester County Government. Pelham Art Center also receives funding from New York State Council on the Arts, A State Agency; Westchester Jewish Community Services; hibu; Nurses Network of America; Town of Pelham; New Rochelle Campership Fund; Bistro Rollin; Robin's Art+Giving; Nycon; Junior League of Pelham, Prospect Hill Lunchtime Enrichment; Strypemonde Foundation; Mark Link Insurance; Broadway Electric, Owen Berkowitz; Members; and Annual Fund Donors.

U-Pick - Hilltop Hanover Farm & Environmental Center
October 25, 2014 - Yorktown Heights

Visit Westchester's only U-Pick vegetable operation, and harvest organically grown vegetables and flowers on Saturdays at Hilltop Hanover Farm. Perfect for family trips and outings with friends; bring a picnic lunch and explore the hiking trails. U-pick gate closes promptly at 4pm. Check the website for available produce weekly.

Do Ho Suh - Drawings - Lehmann Maupin
Through October 25, 2014 - New York

This two-part show � also taking place at their gallery on 201 Chrystie Street � features the range of the renowned Korean artist's works on paper, including drawings using pencil, pen, ink, and watercolor, his unique "thread" drawings, as well as his large-scale rubbings.

Admissions Open Houses - Vincent Smith School
October 25, 2014 - Port Washington

Meet the administrators, faculty, students, alumni and parents and learn why at the Vincent Smith School "it's okay to learn differently." The school welcomes grades 3-12 children with learning disabilities. The school serves communities in Queens, Nassau, and Suffolk. Call for more information and additional Open House dates in 2015.

Mad Science: Fire & Ice - Haverstraw King's Daughters Public Library
October 25, 2014 - Garnerville

The library hosts some sizzlin' excitement for kids ages 5-11. Learn about the amazing properties of fire and combustion then cool off with spectacular demonstrations involving dry ice. Kids will learn about the science behind this amazing frozen gas, chemical reactions, and states of matter. Registration is required.

27th Annual Nyack Halloween Parade - Village of Nyack
October 25, 2014 - Nyack

Dancing ghouls, marching bands, floats, stilt walkers, and giant puppets are all part of the action at this popular annual event. Festivities begin at 2pm with live music in the municipal parking lot in the center of town. Then head down to Memorial Park (where Depew meets the Hudson River), where the parade steps off at 5:30pm. Marchers then head toward Broadway then over to Main Street, ending at the municipal parking lot for live music and an awards ceremony. Rain date Oct. 26.

The Good Life Saturdays - Highline Ballroom
October 25, 2014 - New York

Each and Every Saturday at Highline Ballroom. Tickets and table reservations call 347-277-3322 or email

Lang Lang - Tilles Center for the Performing Arts
October 25, 2014 - Greenvale

Lang Lang is a virtuoso pianist. The concert's program include J. S. Bach: Italian Concerto BMV 971 in F Major; Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Seasons; and Frederic Chopin: 4 Scherzos. Lang Lang's enthusiasm and passion are what captivates his audience.

Bowling - Herrill Lanes
October 25, 2014 - New Hyde Park

Singles Association of Long Island, ages 25 plus, meet for fun and fellowship. Join them for bowling and a social gathering afterwards at the Omega Diner, Lakeville Road (off Hillside Avenue) New Hyde Park. Call Vinnie for more information.

Halloween Harvest Festival - Socrates Sculpture Park
October 25, 2014 - Long Island City

Families can make a costume with Socrates artists; listen to live music; enjoy a special art-making workshop with Free Style Arts Association. Agostino Arts will provide face painting for the kids. Try harvest foods from local restaurants; and enter the family dog in the always popular, Annual Juried Canine Costume Contest!

I AM AN ARTIST - New York Public Library, George Bruce branch
October 25, 2014 - Harlem

Children ages 7-12 learn to explore who they are and find their strengths through the arts. A brief art history lesson before each art-making process introduces kids to historical and contemporary artists and movements.

Clifford's Halloween Parade - The Scholastic Store
October 25, 2014 - New York

Celebrate ghosts, skeletons, pumpkins, pirates, and all of your favorite things about Halloween with Clifford! Come dressed in your best costume to make spooky Halloween treat bags, join Clifford in his Halloween Parade, and take part in a costume contest! The parade is sure to delight (not fright) young kids.

Ghost Leaf Paper Lanterns - Kathryn W. Davis RiverWalk Center
October 25, 2014 - Sleepy Hollow

Meet at the Kathryn W. Davis RiverWalk Center in Kingsland Point Park in Sleepy Hollow to celebrate the spirit of Halloween by creating a paper lantern to light up the dark night. Work with fall leaves and flowers to create a ghost scene inside the lantern with leaf silhouettes. Guided by Strawtown Studio artists/educators. Pre-registration required; call 914-762-2912 x110.

Book Buddies: Bayside - Bayside Library
October 25, 2014 - Bayside

Reading is fun-damental. Children ages 4-8 team up with a teen reading partner.

Bowling - Herrill Lanes
October 25, 2014 - New Hyde Park

Singles Association of Long Island, ages 25 plus, gather for bowling fun and fellowship. Social gathering afterwards at the Omega Diner, Lakeville Road (off Hillside Avenue) New Hyde Park.

Dead or Alive - NY Hall of Science
October 25, 2014 - Corona

Pumpkin chucking, live bats, and bioluminescence projects are all part of the fun at this celebration of Halloween and the Day of the Dead. Some activities require an additional fee; see website for details.

'Pirate Pete's Parrot' - The Secret Theatre
October 25, 2014 - Long Island City

Ahoy, Mattey! Climb on board and get ready for a musical adventure. This show revolves around Pirate Pete, a lovable rogue on a mission to find his beloved runaway parrot, Polly (who prefers pancakes to boring old birdseed). Music, mischief, and a boatload of laughs for both children and adults.

Zoo Boo - Bergen County Zoo
October 25, 2014 - Paramus

The zoo opens its doors for trick-or-treaters and special night-time visits with the animals. Kids are invited to come in costume for trick-or-treating around the zoo, ghostly story telling, and magic shows. The Erie Express haunted train ride starts at 6:30pm. (Train ride is not recommended for young children). Rain date Oct. 26. Advance ticket purchase required.

'I Spy' Halloween Trail - Hudson Highlands Nature Museum Outdoor Discovery Center
October 25, 2014 - Cornwall

Kids can come in costume to find some spook-tacular objects cleverly hidden along the nature center's trails. Afterward, stop in the Crafts and Creepy Critter Room to make a craft to take home.

Happy Halloween Happening! - Alley Pond Environmental Center
October 25, 2014 - Douglaston

Come celebrate Halloween by engaging in some fabulous festivities. Children ages 5-7 will decorate a plump pumpkin, make a spooky snack, and walk the trails on an exciting scavenger hunt. The children will meet Charlotte, a resident tarantula and listen to a "not so terrifying" tale. Registration required.

Young Chefs - Ghoulish Goodies! - Alley Pond Environmental Center
October 25, 2014 - Douglaston

Witches aren�t the only ones who can prepare a chilling meal. Kids will prepare and enjoy Mysterious Mummy Dogs and Frightful Frankenstein Fingers! A spooky Halloween story will be read as children enjoy their special Halloween treats. All materials included. Registration required.

Open House - Hug Music
October 25, 2014 - Forest Hills

This newly opened music school will offer demo group classes for several programs including Hug Me for toddlers and free 20-minute trial lessons on guitar, piano, or song-writing for children (4 and older) to adults. Hug Music emphasizes the importance of children having access to high-quality live music from an early age. In order to maximize each child?s potential, each group consists of 4 to 5 children. They use original composition and musical activities and classes are focused on improving both musical skills and children's healthy development using an enjoyable and success-oriented approach. Seats are limited and reservation is required. First-time customers only. Enroll for a semester during this event and receive $20 off tuition.

Fall Marine Life Study Cruises - Maritime Aquarium
October 25, 2014 - Norwalk

Cruise out for close encounters with crabs, fish, squid and learn about a surprising diversity of marine life just off our shores in Long Island Sound. Aquarium educators put participants to work in collecting and examining animals from all levels of the water column. Fall is a beautiful time to be on the water, as reflections on the surface double the reds, oranges and yellows of autumn back on shore. Advance reservations strongly recommended.

Yoga in the Gardens - Old Westbury Gardens
October 25, 2014 - Old Westbury

Professional Kripalu Yoga instructor, Lorili Henry, will lead students through a dynamic, yet gentle, continuous flow of postures and conscious breathing. Participants must bring a yoga mat, yoga strap and towel.

New York Islanders vs. Stars - Nassau Coliseum
October 25, 2014 - Uniondale

It will be a hot, hot time on the ice. Get ready to root for your favorite team.

Media Maker Festival - Jacob Burns Film Center's Media Arts Lab
October 25, 2014 - Pleasantville

Come celebrate the launch of the center's new education website with a fun day of hands-on projects for kids, teens, and adults. From stop-motion animation and light-painting to iPhone photography lessons and a visual scavenger hunt challenge, the day will be brimming with activities for every age. Meet the amazing faculty, explore the state-of-the-art Media Arts Lab, and, of course, there will be popcorn! The event is free and open to the public, so stop by any time between 10am and 1pm.

Diwali Celebration - Scarsdale Public Library
October 25, 2014 - Scarsdale

Celebrate the Hindu festival of lights with song and dance. Registration is not required.

Make A Difference Day "Peekskill Reads" Book Giveaway @ The Field - Field Library
October 25, 2014 - Peekskill

Kids of all ages are invited to celebrate "Make a Difference Day" by getting a free stack of books for their home libraries. Stories will be read by volunteer "Men Who Read" from 11am-2pm.

Puppets on Film: Family Puppet Workshops - Brooklyn Academy of Music
October 25, 2014 - Fort Greene

This year’s puppet-themed family workshops will take place before and after the selected BAMkids screenings during the Puppets on Film series. During "How to be a Puppeteer", participants will learn about the different kinds of puppets while developing their puppetry skill. Workshops have limited capacity. Children 10 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Each ticket admits one person.

Puppets on Film - BAM Rose Cinemas
October 25, 2014 - Brooklyn

With a selection of BAMkids screenings, BAMcinématek and the Jim Henson Foundation present the fourth annual festival of the best puppetry on film, featuring innovative short films, Muppets, special guests, and more.

Haunted Halloween Carnival - 1st Street Recreation Center of PS 372
October 25, 2014 - Park Slope

This event will host crafts, games, and activities for kids of all ages as well as performances, free giveaways, and a costume contest. The first 200 kids will receive Puppetry Arts Gift Bags filled with tons of goodies. Special guests include Sandy the Seagull and cameos by Star Wars Characters from the 501st Empire City Garrison and the Echo Base Rebel Legion. Activities include games, crafts and snacks, a bouncy moon walk, and haunted house.

The Legend Behind the 'Legend' - Washington Irving's Sunnyside
October 25, 2014 - Irvington

During October, Sunnyside celebrates its connection to Washington Irving's classic tale, "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow." A daytime visit to Sunnyside is the perfect prelude to an evening at the Blaze, Horseman's Hollow, or Irving's "Legend." Irving's fascinating home - a colorful blend of architectural styles - will showcase numerous objects related to Irving's famous story. Visitors can enjoy a shadow puppet performance of "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" and experience one of Irving's spooky tales on a walk through the woods. Recommended for all ages. Admission is by timed tours which begin at 10am. Last tour at 3pm each day. Buy tickets in advance at Oct. 4-5, 11-13, 18-19, 25-26, 31, and Nov. 1-2.

Irving's Legend - Philipsburg Manor/Old Dutch Church
October 25, 2014 - Sleepy Hollow

Master storyteller Jonathan Kruk offers a dramatic reading of Washington Irving's classic tale, "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow," featuring the Headless Horseman, Ichabod Crane, Brom Bones, and Katrina Van Tassel. Flavored with live spooky organ music by Jim Keyes, Kruk's spellbinding storytelling captivates all audiences. Recommended for ages 10 and older. Event takes place at the Old Dutch Church, just across the street from Philipsburg Manor. Oct. 4-5, 10-12, 17-19, 24-26, 31, and Nov. 1. Admission for this 45-minute performance by timed ticket only, which must be purchased in advance at Please note: Parking for this event is at Philipsburg Manor, 381 N. Broadway, Sleepy Hollow.

Horseman's Hollow 2014 - Philipsburg Manor
October 25, 2014 - Sleepy Hollow

Taking the tale of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow to its darkest extremes, Horseman's Hollow returns for a third year of highly entertaining haunted mayhem, now expanded by popular demand to 13 evenings. Philipsburg Manor transforms into a terrifying landscape ruled by the undead, the evil, and the insane. Visitors begin walking a haunted trail, stumbling upon scary scenes of a town driven mad by the Headless Horseman. The Hollow's unfortunate inhabitants are all too ready to keep visitors from ever leaving. Creatures, human and otherwise, lurk in the shadows, ready to terrify the unsuspecting, while incredible special effects disorient and unsettle. Elaborate costumes and the work of award-wining feature-film makeup artists make it all too real. Those who survive the trail must still negotiate a twisted maze of horrors too terrible to describe, only to end up in the lair of the Horseman where a party is being thrown in his honor. Heads will definitely roll...maybe even your own! Attracting widespread media attention including a feature on CBS national news, this event is NOT suitable for small children or the timid, but it is one of Westchester's premier haunted attractions, right in the heart of the village of Sleepy Hollow. WARNING: This event is NOT suitable for adults who are claustrophobic, have heart or respiratory conditions, are prone to seizures, or have other chronic health conditions. Recommended for ages 10 and older. Oct. 4-5, 10-12, 17-19, 24-26, 31, and Nov. 1. All admissions are by timed ticket only, which must be purchased in advance at

The Great Jack O' Lantern Blaze - NOW EXTENDED THROUGH NOV. 16! - Van Cortlandt Manor
October 25, 2014 - Croton-on-Hudson

The tri-state area's biggest, most exciting, most electrifying Halloween event returns for a whopping 28 nights in 2014! See more than 5,000 individually hand-carved, illuminated Jack O' Lanterns in this elaborate walk-through experience. Meander through an historic, 18th-century riverside landscape and discover a breathtaking display - all made of jack o' lanterns! Walk through a covered bridge adorned with jack o' lanterns on all sides - even the ceiling! - and emerge to the sight of Sleepy Hollow Country's most iconic inhabitant, the Headless Horseman! Oooh and ahh at intricate pumpkin portraits of characters from Washington Irving's famous tale, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. Tumbling acrobats and circus characters will put a smile on your face, and a special 10th anniversary pumpkin cake will whet your appetite for...more pumpkins! Witness the incredible sight of gourd-filled Jack-in-the-Boxes springing up and bouncing around. See slithering ground snakes, a giant spider web, and go gaga over a collection of shrunken Little Monsters. Gaze in amazement at a working doomsday grandfather clock. A giant sea serpent adds some hiss to the Undersea Aquarium while comical, squash-eating Venus pumpkin traps sprout in the garden. Blaze's perennially popular Jurassic Park includes a triceratops, a pterodactyl, a brontosaurus, and a T-Rex! Gawk at more Jack O' Lanterns than ever before. Tens of thousands of visitors experienced last year's Blaze', which was sold out EVERY NIGHT! Complete with sound effects, elaborate synchronized lighting and the second volume of an all-original soundtrack by recording artist Richard Christy, this not-to-be-missed spectacle is the area's most innovative Halloween happening. Recommended for all ages. All admissions are by timed ticket only, which must be purchased in advance. Buy tickets online at or call 914-366-6900. Oct. 4-5, 10-13, 16-19, 23-31, Nov. 1-2, 6-9, and 14-16.

Halloween Howl - Boo! - Wolf Conservation Center
October 25, 2014 - South Salem

Guests will join ambassador wolves Atka, Alawa, and Zephyr for the WCC's Halloween Howl. The wolves don't do tricks, but sharing a sunset howl is always a treat. Holiday-appropriate goodies will be offered to guests and wolves. Costumes are strongly encouraged. Online pre-registration is required.

Ninth Annual Groove Halloween Jam - Groove Performing Arts
October 25, 2014 - Larchmont

A live, interactive musical experience for the whole family. Get some use out of those new Halloween costumes! Sing, dance, jam and laugh out loud at this festive, colorful, musical, Halloween celebration. Dance the Monster Mash with your favorite Purple People Eater while the Werewolves of London howl! There will be non-candy treats for kids and a fun time for the whole family. Led by talented musician/educators who really know how to play. Most appropriate for kids ages 1-5 years. Registration required.

Around the World Performance Series - Stepping Stones Museum
October 25, 2014 - Norwalk

The Around the World Destination is Ethiopia. Catch the Catskill Puppet Theater's production of The Lion's Whiskers, an Ethiopian folktale. Enjoy live actors, puppets and masks in this musical production about family, love and courage.

Monster Mash: Hall of Heroes and Heroines - Stepping Stones Museum
October 25, 2014 - Norwalk

This 10th annual not-so-scary, silly, funny, favorite Halloween event is filled with tricks and treats for the whole family to enjoy. Dress up as your favorite hero or heroine and join the costume party and parade. Registration is required. Call 203-899 0606, ext. 264. to register.

Spooky Nighttime Adventures - The New York Botanical Garden
October 25, 2014 - Bronx

Grab a ConEdison flashlight and explore the exhibit as you travel along the Whole Foods Market Trick-or-Treat Trail after dark. Listen for critters of the night or sit in on a spooky ghost story. Capture a family photo with larger-than-life skeletons and costumed characters. For those who dare, see the giant pumpkin displays illuminated in the darkness and journey along the meandering Mitsubishi Wild Wetland Trail. Then decorate a gourd and take home carving tips. Advanced ticket purchase is recommended.

Cidermaking - Westmoreland Sanctuary
October 25, 2014 - Mt. Kisco

A favorite fall pastime. Participants will help with the grinding, pressing, and drinking. You haven't tasted cider until you've tried this freshly made, golden liquid.

Halloween Haunted House - Queens County Farm Museum
October 25, 2014 - Floral Park

Visit this Haunted House for thrills and chills! Hayrides, Halloween treats, mulled cider, pumpkins and apples will be sold. This event is recommended for children age 6-12. Adults will find it creepy too!

Mummymania! - Maple Grove Cemetery-Celebration Hall
October 25, 2014 - Kew Gardens

Join Maple Grove historian and award winning teacher Carl Ballenas for this Ancient Egyptian Art Workshop. Kids will learn about ancient Egyptian history and burial customs, make their own life-sized mummies, and will learn how to write their name in Hieroglyphics! Reservations required.

Music for Youth presents Julia Bullock, soprano - Pequot Library
October 25, 2014 - Southport

Winner of the 2012 Young Concert Artists International Auditions, Ms. Bullock made her recital debuts at Merkin Concert Hall and the Kennedy Center to critical acclaim. At the auditions, she was also the recipient of five special prizes: the Alexander Kasza-Kasser Prize, concerts at the Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern in Germany, the University of Florida Performing Arts, and with the Albany Symphony and the Sinfonia Gulf Coast. She holds the Lindemann Vocal Chair of Young Concert Artists. Winner of the 2014 Naumburg International Vocal Competition, soprano Julia Bullock has been hailed as an “impressive, fast-rising soprano . . . poised for a significant career” (The New York Times). She earned her Bachelor’s degree from the Eastman School of Music, and her master’s degree at Bard College’s Graduate Vocal Arts Program, where she was the first recipient of the Mimi Levitt Scholarship, and won Bard College’s 2010 Concerto Competition. She is currently pursuing an Artist Diploma at The Juilliard School, working with Edith Bers. Music for Youth’s mission is to foster the love and knowledge of live music in young people. The program will be followed by a master class for advanced student vocalists. To register for the free post-concert master class for advanced and advanced intermediate students 203-254-0123 or email

Spooktacular Science Weekend - Connecticut Science Center
October 25, 2014 - Hartford

Visitors will be treated to extra special fun for the whole family, including trick-or-treating, a photo booth, and Halloween arts and crafts. Costumes are encouraged. Adult masks are not permitted.

Pre-Halloween Weekend - Get in the Spirit! - Hudson River Museum
October 25, 2014 - Yonkers

Halloween science, tricks, and treats. On Saturday, learn science tricks to turn your Halloween into a spectacle to remember with hands-on spooky science demonstrations led by museum staff. Both days, make a creepy black paper cutout and fearsome paper flowers to decorate the museum and your home. Tour Haunted Glenview, and take a spooky walk through the decorated historic home.

The Littlest Witch - The Showplace at the Bellmore Movies
October 25, 2014 - Bellmore

The Easter Bunny better hop quickly, Santa Claus better hold on to his trousers, and the whole barnyard better sing the blues because one little witch can't get her fill of tricks. This little wonder wishes every day was Halloween and creates witching mayhem wherever she goes. All seems to be just fine until a giant spider and a rapping record producer get in the way. The Littlest Witch will have to play nice if she wants to learn who her real friends are.

Curiosity Concerts: CLASS NOTES - Convent of the Sacred Heart
October 25, 2014 - Greenwich,

Curiosity Concerts presents exceptional music designed to inspire parents and children alike. In "Stories Through Music," this string quartet of exceptional young teaching musicians transforms Mozart, Vivaldi, Beethoven, and Dvorak classics into a roller-coaster of colorful sounds and emotions. Free but reservations required at

ArtSmart! Explorers - Tiny Treehouses - Trumbull Nature and Arts Center
October 25, 2014 - Trumbull

Fine art and cool crafting designed to encourage the exploration of design. Sketch and design the tabletop treehouse of your dreams...then get ready to construct. For ages 8-14.

Fall Foliage Walk - Fort Greene Park
October 25, 2014 - Fort Greene

Get inspired by the beauty of fall colors and enjoy the outdoors on this light hike. Urban Park Ranger hiking guides will introduce you to some common trees found in New York City along the tree trail. Light hikes are a leisurely stroll on mostly paved paths. For all hiking programs, it is recommended to wear comfortable shoes or boots, and pack water and a light snack.

Pumpkin Picking - Historic Richmond Town
October 25, 2014 - Staten Island

Visit the historic 1800s Decker Farm and bring home a pumpkin. Enjoy a farmhouse tour, hayride, face painting, arts and crafts, and corn stalk maze. Free shuttle bus service available from the Historic Richmond Town parking lot to the farm.

Race Around the Farmyard - Lefferts Historic House
October 25, 2014 - Flatbush

The whole family can participate in potato sack races, spoon races, stilts, and other old-fashioned activities.

ArtSmart! ArtStart! Bean and Seed Mosaics - Trumbull Nature and Arts Center
October 25, 2014 - Trumbull

A first art experience designed to allow the youngest artist to experiment with a variety of expressive materials.

Halloween Carnival - Prospect Park Lookout Hill/Nethermeade
October 25, 2014 - Windsor Terrace

After you are scared witless on the Haunted Walk, don’t forget to head over to the Prospect Park Alliance’s Halloween Carnival. This annual treat on the Nethermead features fun games for children, pony rides and more! Rain or shine.

Halloween Skeleton Cut-outs and Scary Stories - Lefferts Historic House
October 25, 2014 - Flatbush

Join the Prospect Park Alliance to make your own scary headdress using traditional paper-cutting techniques, then join storyteller Tammy Hall, who will keep the tradition of scary stories alive with tales told in the Village of Flatbush 200 years ago.

Motion Lab - New York Transit Museum
October 25, 2014 - Brooklyn

The science of motion, done right for our youngest transportation engineers. Experiment with ramps and tracks, wings and wheels, things that glide and things that slide.

SSI: Spooky Subway Investigation - New York Transit Museum
October 25, 2014 - Brooklyn Heights

Join fellow detectives to solve an interactive 100-year old mystery involving missing keys, squeaky wheels, subway spirits and a conductor's hidden stash of candy!

Neighborhood Family Concerts - Bargemusic
October 25, 2014 - Brooklyn Heights

Bargemusic presents Admission Free Neighborhood Family Concerts. Walk across the gangplank of a renovated coffee barge for a one-hour, family friendly performance including a Q&A session with the musicians.

Harvest Festival - Brooklyn Bridge Park, Pier 6
October 25, 2014 - Brooklyn Heights

Join the Conservancy and its dozens of community partners for this beloved, free family festival celebrating the season on Pier 6.

The Enchanted Castle - Burr Homestead
October 25, 2014 - Fairfield

Parents and their children can tour seven fantasy theme rooms: Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, The Wizard of Oz, The Little Mermaid, Candy land, The Pirates of the Carribean and Aladdin. This event is designed for children 2-10 years of age. Funds raised at the Castle benefit The Ahlbin Rehabilitation Centers at Bridgeport Hospital supporting specialized programs such as Cancer Therapy, Fit and Healthy Kids Program, Women's Health program, Music Therapy, specialized equipment and scholarships.

Scarecrows on Parade - Beardsley Zoo
October 25, 2014 - Bridgeport

Check out the scarecrow competition and vote for your favorites.

Howl-O-Ween - Beardsley Zoo
October 25, 2014 - Bridgeport

Calling all ghosts and goblins. Come and spend a truly fun and frightful evening at the Zoo featuring a "Greek Mythology" Hayride, Haunted Farmyard, Gruesome Greenhouse, and magic show by Jim Sisti. Tickets also include face painting, and of course, candy. Event recommended for children ages 6-12, however, some of the "scarier" activities of the evening may be better suited for children ages 8+. To purchase advance tickets, call Amanda Bolanos at(203) 394-6574.

Harvest Fair - The Clover Hill School
October 25, 2014 - Norwalk

This event is for the preschool age who will enjoy games, crafts,face painting, puppet show and pony rides. There will be a bake sale and lunch to purchase.

Sensory Friendly Performances for Children/Young Adults - CM Performing Arts Center
October 25, 2014 - Oakdale

Catch a performance of Beauty and the Beast. During these performances the house lights will remain on during the show, the volume will be lowered, there will be an area available in the lobby with coloring sheet and sensory friendly toys for children to borrow as needed. It will be a relaxed atmosphere where patrons can feel comfortable using tablets and electronic devices during the show and the freedom to enter and exit the theater as needed. A social story is available on the website to assist families in preparing for a live theater experience. Children will be free to sing, talk and vocalize as they wish. Parents/chaperones are welcome to provide snacks (i.e. cheerios, goldfish, pretzels, etc.) and water to bring into the theater.

October 25, 2014 - Port Jefferson

In this hysterical retelling of Snow White, the perfect princess sets out on an adventure with her seven new friends. This daffy tale with a Queen, a Witch, a Princess with skin as white as snow, and seven crazy dwarfs are guaranteed to keep you laughing from start to finish.

Willy Wonka - BayWay Arts Center
October 25, 2014 - East Islip

The delicious adventures experienced by Charlie Bucket on his visit to Willy Wonka’s mysterious chocolate factory light up the stage in this captivating adaptation of Roald Dahl’s fantastical tale. Featuring the enchanting songs from the 1971 film. Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka JR. is a scrumdidilyumptious musical guaranteed to delight everyone's sweet tooth.

'The Legend of Sleepy Hollow' - Studio Theatre
October 25, 2014 - Lindenhurst

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow tells the story of Ichabod Crane and his hapless attempt to win the heart and hand of Katrina Van Tassel.

Halloween Party! - Safari Adventure
October 25, 2014 - Riverhead

Enjoy this family-frendly halloween party. There will be a live DJ and interactive dances with the children as well as games and activities. Call to add your child to the reservation list. 631-727-4386 or email

Open Studio for Families - Parrish Art Museum
October 25, 2014 - Water Mill

Families are invited to spend time together learning about the art on view in the galleries and creating art in the Open Studio.

Halloween Family Day with 'Magic Bob' - Walt Whitman Birthplace
October 25, 2014 - Huntington

Magic Bob is a family illusion show that mixes magic, audience participation, humor, special effects and storytelling. There will also be face painting, a prize for best costume, and guided tours of the birthplace.

Bats, Bats, Bats! - Long Island Science Center
October 25, 2014 - Riverhead

Halloween is around the corner and the bats will be flying. Come in to

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