Halloween Theme for Last Open Streets Montague of 2023 This Saturday

For the first time in many weeks, no rain is being forecast for this Saturday, October 28. Open Streets Montague, presented by the Montague BID, promises to be a “SPOOK-tacular” pre-Halloween event, with local merchants inviting trick-or-treaters; free pumpkins while they last from a Pumpkin Patch; Halloween themed games, fitness, and dance events; music by Brooklyn’s own youth band JAW from 3:00 to 4:00 pm between Henry and Hicks; and a preview of the Brooklyn Folk Festival (coming November 11-13; details here later) featuring Caroline Kuhn from 2:00 to 3:00 pm between Henry and Hicks and from 3:00 to 4:00 pm between Clinton and Henry. The Brooklyn Women’s Exchange, 137 Montague (below the UPS store) from 11:00 am until 1:00 pm will feature a demonstration of woodcarving by Dennis Taylor. and from 2:00 to 4:00 pm Brooklyn Slime will be in front of the store to allow you to “sample some slime, learn some slime tricks and see the latest fall collection.” Photographer Amy Gibbs will be near 125 Montague from noon until 4:00 pm to photograph you, your children, or your pets. As always, there will be an adults only “Cocktail Co-Op” where you may take your drink (and food) from any local source to enjoy. It will be between Clinton and Henry from noon unti 6:00 pm. There’s a complete schedule of activities and locations here.

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