Upcoming Holiday Events
From Downtown Cranford: It’s back, the biggest downtown event of the year! The 12th Annual Scarecrow Stroll will take place Oct. 16 – 31, with the Night Stroll scheduled for Oct. 18. If you’d like to register for the event, please click here. Registration is free and open to local residents, as well as Cranford organizations, businesses, and schools. More information.
From the Livingston Mall: Dress up in your boo-tiful Halloween Costumes and join us in Center Court for Disney Halloween-inspired crafts, spooky snacks, lots of free giveaways, and entertainment! Jungle Dave will awe us with his magic show! So get in the Halloween Spirit and come join us for this frightfully fun time! Event begins at 4pm with crafts and activities. Magic Show at 6:00pm. More information.
From The Red Mill Museum Village: Set in a historical wool mill from 1810 that now hosts a museum, the Haunted Village has been providing scares to tri-state residents for 29 years. The mill is transformed into 3 stories of twists and turns, never knowing what kind of ghouls and zombies you’ll encounter with your next step. The theme of this year’s Haunted Village is Run for Your Life! The Haunted Village is family fun for people of all ages. There will be kid friendly Happy Haunts taking place as well, please check back for dates. Please also visit Main St. Clinton for great restaurants and shopping! More information.
From the Livingston Community Center: 5-6:30 PM is appropriate for children ages 7 & up. 6:45-8:30 PM is NOT recommended for children under 10 years old. All children under 10 years old must be with a parent at all times. Sneakers are recommended and bring a flashlight. More information.
From Six Flags Great Adventure & Safari: Enjoy thrills and activities for the whole family throughout the day and come back for a truly frightening evening of fun after the sun goes down. Fright Fest offers a wide variety of places to get your scare on including seven haunted mazes and five scare zones located throughout the park. The stuff of nightmares lurk around every corner as the dark of night washes over the park. The ghouls are set free for their daily hunting rituals. More information.
From the Township of Nutley: Be sure to wear your costume!! Tickets will be available for this event at the Recreation Department. For further information please contact 973-284-4966. More information.
From Psycho Trail: Come celebrate Halloween by getting spooked at this home haunt. Admission is free but donations are gladly accepted and go towards The Unforgotten Haven, which helps those who are less fortunate. More information.
From Farm of Horrors: Spend 45 minutes making your way through 200+ acres of Fright. It starts with our Hair Raising Hayride that “Scares the YELL out of You”, then we let you off in the middle of nowhere for a Treacherous Trek through the “Trail of Terror.” Then, just when you think you have had enough and begin see that you are almost home, you realize the only way back is through the MassAcre Maize, a Casual Run for your Life. Once it is over you find that the path is blocked, and you must enter your final Nightmare, the Carnevil of Chaos! More information.
From Grover Cleveland Park Conservancy & West Caldwell-Caldwell Recreation Department: Celebrate Halloween at our 18th Annual Halloween parade at Grover Cleveland Park Pond House Field. There will be free crafts, games and activities, a toddler maze, and a dragon egg hunt. Kids must be accompanied by an adult. Haunted House suggested donation: $3. Halloween train ride: $3/person; $5/two people. More information.
From the Borough of Roseland: Join other families while children “trick or treat” from the “trunks” of various cars in the Lester C. Noecker School parking lot area. This is a great way to trick or treat with resident friends who do not live in your neighborhood. Children are encouraged to wear their costumes and bring “trick or treat” bags for their goodies. There will be contests for best decorated trunks and best children’s costumes. Register here by October 23. More information.
From Downtown Westfield: ‘AddamsFest’, celebrating Westfield Native Charles Addams and his creations, is returning to Westfield October 19-20 & October 26-27, 2019 This year, we’ll have two weekends of town-wide festivities. Join us October 19, 20, 26, and 27 as Westfield will be transformed to all things Addams Family with family themed events, movie screenings, art exhibits, a beer garden, masquerade ball and much more! More information
From Jenkinson’s Boardwalk: Boo at the Boardwalk returns to Jenkinson’s for 2019! Join us on October 19th, 20th, 26th & 27th from 12-4pm each day for Halloween fun for the entire family! Trick-or-Treating, Crafts, Games, Pumpkin Patch, Beach Maze, Underwater Pumpkin Carving, Rides (limited kiddie rides) Perky’s Pumpkin Derby, and so much more! More information.
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