Halloween Is Not Totally Cancelled in Brooklyn Heights!

From Brooklyn Heights Association:

No–Halloween isn’t totally cancelled. The beloved neighborhood parade tradition continues, but with some safety modifications.

The BHA will be hosting a socially-distant, face-coverings required Halloween Parade for families on the Promenade on Saturday October 31st at 10am, offering kids a chance to show off their costumes and receive a treat. 

We can’t wait to see your costumes! If you’d like to get in the spirit with this DIY paper and felt face mask, download it for free from www.makepopupcards.com and make it for the parade — or for everyday use!

Unfortunately, the normal Halloween trick-or-treat celebrations on Garden Place won’t take place this year. Garden Place residents look forward to hopefully welcoming everyone back next year!

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And Later in the Day at Estuary:

On Saturday October 31st, families are invited to swing by Estuary’s patio at ONE15 Brooklyn Marina from 4-8pm, where children can join pastry chef Christophe Toury to dip a free candy apple in chocolate, caramel, or sugar. Plus, adults in costume get a 10% discount on festive cocktails to sip on while strolling through nearby Brooklyn Bridge Park

Halloween 2020 Post Card Flyer


And from the DUMBO BID:

Dumboween 2020:  Photo Fun for Everyone!

Live on Saturday, October 31 from 12pm-7pm


ON MAIN ST (At Plymouth St)

ON DOCK ST (At Water St)


We’re creating festive photo experiences, perfect for showing off that creepy costume or commemorating a day in Dumbo.

No reservations necessary, but masks required + please keep six feet of distance from others while enjoying this experience.

Details at Dumboween 2020.

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