Boo-tiful Halloween events in Brooklyn & Queens
by Jennifer Khedaroo
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Halloween Family Fun Day in Bayside Village
Halloween Family Fun Day in Bayside Village
Even though Halloween will be on a Tuesday this year, there are still plenty of events happening around Brooklyn and Queens all week long. Check out these ghoulishly delightful parties and activities.

Boroughs of the Dead Tour - Brooklyn Heights

Friday, Oct. 27 at 7 pm

Saturday, Oct. 28 at 3 pm

Interested in ghost tours? This tour, now in its fourth year, is a favorite among locals. The Haunted Brooklyn Heights tour provides two hours of history, folklore, ghost stories, true crimes and more. Stories involve authentic histories of the borough, macabre tales, literary and movie locations, crime, scandal, hoaxes, long-buried bones, urban legends and forgotten histories. It’s also suited for families with children aged 10 and up. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Visit for more info.

‘Rick and Morty’

Halloween Party

Friday, Oct. 27 | 10 pm - 4 am

This galactic throwdown will include “Rick and Morty” trivia, drinking games, a “Rick and Morty” themed costume contest, art and visuals based on the show and a “Rick and Morty:” Virtual Rick-ality zone. You will also have the chance to watch episodes while drunk. All guests must be 21+. | Lot45 Bushwick, 411 Troutman St., Bushwick

Halloween Family Fun

Saturday, Oct. 28 | 10 am - 1 pm

Visit Rego Center in Rego Park for an array of family-friendly activities including mini pumpkin decorating, a costume contest, live entertainment, a bounce house and balloon twister. The event will take place in the Galleria walkway between Panera and ALDI | Rego Center, Junction Blvd. between Queens Blvd. and Horace Harding Expy., Rego Park

BK Block Party: Halloween Edition

Saturday, Oct. 28 | 2 pm - 5 pm

Albee Square will have bouncy castle fun, balloon ghouls, monster tunes by DJ Mike Doelo, a photo booth (for those of you whose images can be caught on film), paintable pumpkin patch and more! | Albee Square, corner of Fulton St. and Bond St., Downtown Brooklyn

Free Halloween

Family Fun Day

Sunday, Oct. 29 | 11 am - 4 pm

Activities include (Not so) Spooky Stories, magic and games with Mappi the Clown, live music performance, an all day pumpkin patch, slime making, bounce houses. There will also be creepy crafts such as skeletons, spiderwebs and mini haunted houses. | Bayside Village, 41st Avenue between Bell Blvd. and 213th St. near the LIRR station

2nd Annual Howl-O-Ween Party Sunday, Oct. 29 | 1 pm

Dress your pup up for some Halloween fun. The event will feature treat boxes, prizes, samples and giveaways. There is a $5 suggested donation that will go towards improving the dog run. | Underbridge Dog Run, 64th Avenue and Grand Central Parkway, Forest Hills

Musical Haunted House

Sunday, Oct. 29 | 3 pm

The event begins with a concert, costume contest and raffle, featuring the premiere of Dead Zepplin and the rumored to be final performance of Helvis. Following the concert, guests will be lead through Brooklyn Music School’s haunted landmark building where both faculty and students offer a fun and spooky sample of all the music classes at BMS! Come ready for an afternoon filled with plenty of fun, chills, thrills, and of course, candy! | Brooklyn Music School, 126 Felix Street, Downtown Brooklyn

104th Precinct Halloween Open House Tuesday, Oct. 31 | 3 - 6 pm

The 104th Precinct will be hosting an open house that provides a safe trick-or-treating alternative for kids in the area. The police officers will be handing out candy for the children. | 104th Precinct, 64-02 Catalpa Ave., Ridgewood

Haunted Halloween Hike

Tuesday, Oct. 31 | 6:30 - 8 pm

The Alley Pond Environmental Center’s Halloween Hike returns with a twist. Kids will start their evening off at the center’s Make Your Own Slime Station. Participants can also have their picture taken with Ghoulish Glenda in her authentic scary coffin. Next, brave the trails with a spooky guide and meet some live raptors at the fire circle. Warm apple cider and cupcakes are included. Pre-registration required and the event is limited to 40 children. Please note this is a drop off program. Costumes are encouraged - there is a prize for most original. Tickets are $10 per participant for children ages 8-12. | Alley Pond Environmental Center, 228-06 Northern Blvd, Douglaston

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