EVENTS: Halloween Below Canal Street (10.10.18)

EVENTS: Halloween Below Canal Street (10.10.18)

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It’s almost time to get spooky! Halloween below Canal Street is a fright-filled treat, no matter your age. We’ve got the rundown on how you can trick or treat, carve a pumpkin, and celebrate all weekend long (and on Halloween itself!)…

FRIDAY

Asphalt Screams 2018 (Asphalt Green)

Wear your best costume and join us for an afternoon of tricks, treats, and active Halloween games. Free and open to the public, Asphalt Screams will feature trick or treating and sports-related activities, including a Spooktacular Soccer Shootout.

SATURDAY

Halloween Bash (12-3PM - Brookfield Place)

Bring your costume-clad kids for a FANGtastic afternoon at the family-friendly Brookfield Place Halloween Bash! Schedule for the day…

Performance Circle:

·12-1PM: Watch escape artist Adam Rinn perform and pay tribute to the late great Harry Houdini as he attempts to escape from ropes, handcuffs and a strait jacket

·1-2PM: Explore gooey pumpkin slime experiments, frothing witches brew and warlock potions during a presentation with Mad Science.

·2-3PM: Michael Karas, New York’s most gift young juggler, performs feats of skill and agility that are certain to amaze.

Mobile Talent:

·12-3PM: Coney Island USA is sure to impress with shows by world-famous performers such as the stilt walker, the world-champion lasso-throwing cowboy, and the quick magician.

Winter Garden:

·12-3PM: Josh Corn and Eden Lew of Double Take Labs bring you the inner-workings of ghosts so you can finally understand how exactly they stay afloat. 

Upper Plaza:

·12:30PM & 2PM: Enjoy music by The Pop-Ups, a collaboration between Brooklyn musicians Jason Rabinowitz and Jacob Stein who have been setting the standard for children’s music since 2010.

Hudson Eats (Movie Showings):

·12PM: Pooh’s Heffalump Halloween Movie

·1:15PM: Monster’s University

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3rd Annual Pumpkin Carving Contest (4:45-6PM - Washington Market Park)

Sponsored by The Friends of Washington Market Park, this is a free community event with prizes awarded in several categories: scariest, funniest and most creative being just a few. Bring your own jack-o-lantern to enter, or just stop by with your family to enjoy the festive display!

Trick or Treating at Pumpkin Point (1-3PM - Governors Island)

Calling all ghouls, goblins, princesses and witches - put on your most creative costumes and experience the rare chance to trick or treat from house to house in New York City! Exhibitors and spooky friends will be stationed at the historic houses of Nolan Park to hand out candy to kids, families and the young at heart. Free and open to the public.

Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF at Westfield Westfield World Trade Center (10-3PM - Westfield World Trade Center)

The #ScaryGood Carnival will be taking place with fun, fall activities for the whole family!  Also, see what surprises await you when you enter the life-size UNICEF Trick-or-Treat box.  Stop by for the exciting activities, a Scavenger Hunt around Westfield World Trade Center, and to pick up your UNICEF Trick-or-Treat box. The Haunted Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF Box will remain open in the Oculus at Westfield World Trade Center until Halloween, October 31, 2018 where visitors can learn about how they can get involved with the longest running fundraising campaign where kids get to help kids and have a #ScaryGood time!

Pumpkin Point (10-5PM - Governors Island)

Pumpkin Point will bring thousands of ripe fall pumpkins to Governors Island. The patch is free to visit, and small and medium-sized pumpkins can be handpicked and purchased for a small donation that benefits the Friends of Governors Island. Surrounded by beautiful fall foliage and the village-like atmosphere of former officer’s homes, this free fall spectacular will include free live music, and pumpkin painting with the Children’s Museum of the Arts. Visitors can enjoy a fall beer garden and tasty treats including warm cider, mini pumpkin pies, “ghoulash” by Island vendor Little Eva’s, Blue Marble ice cream and more.

Stories for All Ages: Not-So-Spooky Halloween Tales (11AM - Rockefeller Park)

Story Pirates will perform spooky and hilarious stories to get you in the mood for Halloween. The performance is based entirely on stories written by elementary school students, and part of the show is made up on the spot by the kids in the audience. Wear your Halloween costume!

SUNDAY

Halloween Parade and Party (1-3PM - Washington Market Park)
This long-standing Tribeca tradition brings the entire neighborhood together for a parade down Greenwich Street, culminating at our huge park party with games and music.

Trick or Treating at Pumpkin Point (1-3PM - Governors Island)

Calling all ghouls, goblins, princesses and witches - put on your most creative costumes and experience the rare chance to trick or treat from house to house in New York City! Exhibitors and spooky friends will be stationed at the historic houses of Nolan Park to hand out candy to kids, families and the young at heart. Free and open to the public.

Pumpkin Point (10-5PM - Governors Island)

Pumpkin Point will bring thousands of ripe fall pumpkins to Governors Island. The patch is free to visit, and small and medium-sized pumpkins can be handpicked and purchased for a small donation that benefits the Friends of Governors Island. Surrounded by beautiful fall foliage and the village-like atmosphere of former officer’s homes, this free fall spectacular will include free live music, and pumpkin painting with the Children’s Museum of the Arts. Visitors can enjoy a fall beer garden and tasty treats including warm cider, mini pumpkin pies, “ghoulash” by Island vendor Little Eva’s, Blue Marble ice cream and more.

TUESDAY

Little Shop Of Horrors: Director’s Cut (7:30PM - Schimmel Center)

Pre-show activities begin at 6:30 PM.

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