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Halloween Funtivities

Check out these fun Halloween events going on tomorrow and on the big day, Saturday, October 31.

Friday, October 30

Halloween Celebration for Kids at the Carroll Gardens Library (396 Clinton Street), 3:30 pm. Wear a costume and enjoy the fun, free activities with your kids after school.

Monster Mash at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum (145 Brooklyn Avenue), 5 – 8 pm, for all ages. Get your face painted, hear spooky stories, and touch slithery snakes. Costumed DJ dance party, “Wee Little Monster” for preschoolers, Mad Scientist’s Laboratory and more. Due to the popularity of the event each year, advance ticket purchase at the museum’s admission desk ($10 per person, $5 per person for Museum members) is recommended.

Tarot-A-Palooza at the Kris Waldherr Art and Words gallery (1501 Newkirk Avenue, Ditmas Park), 6-11 pm. Participating readers at this pre-Halloween tarot reading marathon include urban shaman Mama Donna Henes and acclaimed tarotist Rene Collins. Admission and refreshments are free, but palm readings prices vary.

One World Symphony Nightmare On Montague Street at St. Ann and the Holy Trinity (157 Montague Street), 8 pm. Frightful favorites will be performed: The Sorcerer’s Apprentice; from Nightmare Before Christmas (1993); Toccata and Fugue in D minor; from Songs and Dances of Death; Erlkönig; The Headless Horseman (2009 world premiere).

Halloween Eve Masquerade at the Green Building (405 Union Street), 9 pm, $20. This event is presented by local favorite Michael Arnella and his Dreamland Orchestra and will feature live jazz, special performances, costume contest, hors d’oeuvres, and cocktails by Court & Spark.

Halloween Saturday, October 31

Brooklyn Heights Halloween Parade, Pierrepont Playground, 10 am. Bring your kids to join the parade and show off their costumes. A bake sale will be held to benefit the Brooklyn Heights Playground Committee.

The Legend of Ichabod Crane at the Brooklyn Lyceum (227 Fourth Avenue), 11 am and 12:30 pm. Based on the “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” by Washington Irving, this humorous, is appropriate for kids ages 5 and up. Freely adapted and performed by Dan Kitrosser with Ilan Isakov on piano and Directed by Edward Elefterion. $10 for a single ticket, or $30 for a pack of 4, purchased here.

Prospect Park Halloween Haunted Walk and Carnival, 12 – 3 pm. Prospect Park transforms the Nethermead area of the park for its scary Halloween Haunted Walk and Carnival, for kids of all ages. Look out for zombies, wolf men, headless horsemen, and witches. Plenty of fun, including seasonal treats and a puppet show.

Green-Wood Cemetery walk, 1 pm, $20. Celebrate the holiday with tales of murder, mayhem, spirits, and ghosts on Green-Wood’s annual Halloween walking tour with Green-Wood Historian Jeff Richman. This is a very popular tour, so arrive early. Meeting Point: Inside the main entrance at 25th Street at 5th Avenue. Buy tickets online here.

Cobble Hill Halloween Parade, Cobble Hill Park, 4pm. Join the costume parade behind the Jah Pan Steel Drum Band, then trick-or-treat (if you’re and older kid!) around the neighborhood.

BAMboo! BAM Under the Sea, 4-7 pm. Come dressed in your costume best to BAM’s eighth annual Halloween extravaganza,an evening of underwater activities and submarine adventures. From candy giveaways to costume contests and tons of great games, there’s fun for kids of all ages in front of BAM. Lafayette Ave between Ashland Pl. and St. Felix St.

Monster Mash at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum (145 Brooklyn Avenue), 5 – 8 pm, for all ages. Get your face painted, hear spooky stories, and touch slithery snakes. Costumed DJ dance party, “Wee Little Monster” for preschoolers, Mad Scientist’s Laboratory and more. Due to the popularity of the event each year, advance ticket purchase at the museum’s admission desk ($10 per person, $5 per person for Museum members) is recommended.

Flavorpill Halloween 2009 Benefit for Charity Water, undisclosed Brooklyn location, 9pm – 3am, $35. Live performances and open bar all night long, with all proceeds going to Charity Water. The location of this 21+ Brooklyn event will be sent to you after you RSVP, and is easily accessible from trains/Manhattan. Purchase tickets here.

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