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Halloween eventsYou see it driving or walking through town.  Ghosts and goblins appear everywhere.  Spiders and monsters adorn front doors and shrubs.  Halloween events are nearly ready.  We have only 2 more weeks till the Big Day.  Because there is so much going on for Halloween, you have many fun options.  Let’s take a look so you can enjoy it to the fullest.

Children love Halloween.  They dress up in costumes, go trick or treating and generally have a blast.  As a result, start with their school.  If you are not sure of what’s happening there, call the school to find out.

Next comes your town.  Check out your town’s website and call the recreation department.  If you don’t know your town’s site address, the Bergen County government website  has every town’s website on it.  Just click here to get yours.

After this, you might also look at your neighborhood.  SoHalloween eventsme neighborhoods have Halloween events themselves.  For example, there are Halloween block parties.  If you don’t know what website to use for this, I can give you some ideas.  Contact me through my site or call me at 201-741-8490.

Because Halloween has become such a big holiday, you’ll find Halloween events throughout Bergen County.  Here are some for you:

Allendale has the John Fell House, a wonderful 18th home that is now a cultural center.  For Halloween there is a production bringing to life Edgar Allen stories. at 7 pm on October 20 to 21 and a Hallow’s Eve Tea on the 28th at 12 noon.

Bergenfield has a Food and Fright Festival at 3 pm on October 31st with a costume parade at 5.  A local restaurant food crawl runs thHalloween eventsrough Nov 5th.

Fort Lee’s Business Alliance hosts it’s popular Fall-O-Ween Spectacular on Saturday, Oct 28th from 2 to 4 pm.

Glen Rock is where you’ll find Porch Light Productions.  This award winning live theater group has a Halloween themed play, Trapped, on October 27-29th.

Glen Rock also has it’s Haunted House event at the Central School put on by 5th graders on Friday Oct 20th and Saturday Oct 21st from 6-9 pm.  This is a great annual event in town.

Paramus is where you’ll Van Saun County Park and Zoo Boo on October 27 and 28 at the Bergen County Zoo there.  Because it’s so popular it sells out quickly so act on this ASAP.

Tenafly’s Nature Center has special Haunted Forest Tours which also sell out quickly.  Right now October 28th is available but this can change.

Ridgewood’s Historical Society is hosting it’s annual spooky and educational Cemetery Walk on October 20th with 3 tours from 6 – 7:30 pm.

Wyckoff’s Family YMCA is again doing it’s Monster Mash event October 24th at 6:30 to 8 pm.  Scroll down it’s page to find the information.

 

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