Best Halloween Events in Brooklyn and NYC 2012 - A Child Grows

Best Halloween Events in Brooklyn and NYC 2012

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Halloween may be a couple weeks away, but there are loads of events and fun things to do to get us all geared up for the BIG day! There are neighborhood Halloween Parades, Spooktacular events, dance parties, Harvest Festivals and loads of Halloween theatre!  The one question is: HOW are we going to fit it all in?! Get your calendars out, Brooklyn, because we’re about to be b-u-s-y with all things Halloween! Enjoy!

ONGOING

Through October 31st
Lumpy Bumpy Pumpkin at PS 3

The Shadow Box Theatre presents Lumpy Bumpy Pumpkin, an original tale similar to the story of the ugly duckling.  It is a story about someone different who finds acceptance. With comedy, compassion, and plenty of pumpkins, this Halloween story will soon have everyone singing along and rooting for Lumpy Bumpy Pumpkin. Along with Lumpy Bumpy, we learn that everyone has a special talent – you just have to find it! The spirit and energy of our storyteller and guitarist help bring Farmer Joe’s pumpkin patch to life. The show includes a rousing Halloween Sing-Along.
Details: 50 Jefferson Avenue, Brooklyn. Ages 3 — 7. Cost: $10 in advance; $15 at the door. Contact: 212.724.0677. Visit the website for more information.

October 2o, 27 at 7pm
October 21, 27, 28 at 2pm

The House of Ichabod Crane at The Trusty Sidekick Theater Company
What really happened to poor Ichabod Crane? Be our guest this Halloween season and uncover the truth in an immersive retelling of a haunting American legend. Bravely embark on an eerie journey from the hallowed revolutionary war battlegrounds of Brooklyn to the bewitching glen of Sleepy Hollow. Who knows what troubled spirits and strange sights await those who dare to enter the mysterious Old Stone House… This site-specific storytelling event will bring audiences up close and personal with the tale of the nervous schoolteacher Ichabod Crane and the legendary Headless Horseman. After navigating the grounds of the historic Old Stone House–site of the first battle of the Revolutionary War–the audience will enter the house and take their seats at a large banquet table to conjure the spirit of Ichabod Crane and experience the tale. The production re-imagines Ichabod’s past as a 15-year-old American revolutionary at the helm of a cannon on the battlefield and the headless horseman as a fallen Hessian soldier who lost his life during the same battle. The actors combine the original text of Washington Irving classic short story The Legend of Sleepy Hollow with history of the Battle of Brooklyn as an eerie and inventive new legend unfolds.
Details: Old Stone House, 336 3rd Street, Brooklyn. Ages 9 and up. Cost: $15/adult; $10/children. Visit the website for more information.

Friday, October 26th — Sunday, October 28th
SyFy’s HalloweenNYC Fest: various times
Syfy HalloweeNYC Fest, a weekend of free, family-friendly Halloween-themed activities! Syfy HalloweeNYC Fest is part of Syfy 31 Days of HalloweeNYC, a monthlong Halloween-themed celebration in October featuring free public events across the five boroughs.
Schedule of Events —
Friday, October 26th:
1pm — 1:30pm: Cast members from rock musical Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark perform and pose for photos with guests.
4pm — 4:30pm: The Gazillion Bubble Show will amaze children of all ages with mind-blowing bubble magic tricks combined with lasers, special-lighting effects and jaw-dropping masterpieces of bubble artistry.
Saturday, October 27th:
1:30pm — 2pm: Popular children’s musicians Princess Katie & Racer Steve will host an interactive musical show designed to entertain kids and parents alike.
2:30pm — 3pm: The Jimmies, Parents’ Choice Award–winning performers, will entertain guests with their upbeat song-and-dance routine.
3:30pm — 4pm: The Amazing Max leads a magic show filled with illusions, comedy, juggling and loads of audience participation.
Sunday, October 28th:
1pm — 1:30pm: Cardone, the ultimate vaudeville magician, will mystify adults and children with a high-energy performance.
2:30pm — 3pm: Mike Gold, “the Ballooniac,” will create special balloon designs for guests, ranging from bracelets and rings to hats and centerpieces.
Details: Flatiron Plaza North at 23rd Street between 5th Avenue and Broadway, NYC. Visit the website for more information.

Friday, October 26th from 3pm — 7pm
Saturday, October 27th from 3pm — 8pm

Monster Mash and Halloween Fete 2012 at The Brooklyn Children’s Museum
Boo! We’re summoning all goblins big and small to attend our annual Monster Mash Feet  celebrating the harvest season and Halloween! This year, little witches, ghouls, and princesses can enjoy the Museum’s fun-filled, Halloween themed programs leading up to the big party and beyond! Boasting a successful track record as being Brooklyn’s best Halloween party for kids, MONSTER MASH 2012 features family-friendly trick-or-treat alternative activities including a costumed DJ dance party on SATURDAY only, Michael Jackson “Thriller” tribute, spooky activities, costume parade, slithery animals, and much more.  This festival is not to be missed! PLUS… wait for it… there will be a visit by Brooklyn NETS players on FRIDAY night! Oh-la-la!
Details: 145 Brooklyn Avenue (at St. Marks Street), Brooklyn. All are welcomed. FREE with museum admissions. Contact: 718.735.4400. Visit the website for more information.

Throughout October 31st
Boo At The Zoo — Bronx Zoo
Boo At The Zoo is certainly one of the favorite festivities at The Bronx Zoo. There are tons of themed activities that are fun for kids and adults alike. Here’s what’s in store for this year:
Haunted Mansion (11am — 5pm) — by Sumba Village
Creepy Hallow Hayride (11am — 5pm) — boarding by Fordham Parking
Hay Maze (11am — 5pm) — by Butterfly Patio
Pumpkin Carving Demonstrations and Display (11am — 4pm) — by Dancing Crane Plaza
Costume Parade (12pm and 2pm) — begins at Zoo Center
MUSIC: Gigi and The Lend Me A Hand Band (11:30am, 1pm, 3pm) — Tent by Bears
MAGIC: Thrilling Magic Shows (12pm, 2pm, 4pm) — Tent by Bears
Children’s Theater Performance 12:30pm, 1:30pm, 2:3opm) — by Asia Plaza Theaters
Treat Stations (11am — 5pm)
Details: Boo at the Zoo festivities run every weekend in October. Adults (ages 13-64) are $29.95 Children ages 3-12 years are $19.95. Visit the website for more information. Also, be sure to check out our full post on Boo At The Zoo HERE.

Thursday, October 25th — Sunday, October 28th from 11am — 5pm
Giant Corn Maze at Pier 86: Intrepid
A giant corn maze and pumpkin patch will invade Pier 86 at The Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum and you are invited to partake in the fun! Event attendees can make their way through the family-friendly maze which leads to Intrepid’s very own pumpkin patch, where visitors can select a pumpkin to take home.  As an added bonus, on Saturday, the 27th and Sunday, the 28th, guests can decorate their pumpkins to look spooky and fun using paint and other supplies!
Details: Pier 86, West 46th Street and 12th Avenue, NYC. All are welcomed. FREE for all. Museum admission is NOT required. Visit the website for more information.

October 19, 20, 25, 26, 27, and 31: various times
Gravesend Inn Halloween Haunted Hotel at The Voorhees Theater
Theatreworks’ high-tech haunted hotel, the Gravesend Inn, returns again this year. Produced by Theatreworks, City Tech’s resident theatrical troupe with design, construction, and operating support provided by students and faculty of the College’s nationally unique Entertainment Technology Department, this theme-park-quality Halloween attraction has been thrilling children and adults alike since 1999.
Details: 186 Jay Street (north of Tillary), Brooklyn. Ages 7 and up. Cost: $5/students with ID and group admissions; $6/general admissions. Contact: 718-260-5588. Visit the website to reserve tickets.

SATURDAY OCTOBER 20TH

Saturday, October 20th from 10:30am — 1pm
Harvest Festival at Pier 6
Summer temperatures and warm weather is not the only time to enjoy The Brooklyn Bridge Park! This season you can enjoy it with a Fall Harvest Festival too! Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy, in partnership with Brooklyn Bridge Park, will celebrate the fall season with a Harvest Festival on Pier 6! This event will feature a pumpkin patch, musical guests, face painting, mask making, storytelling and art activities.
Musical performances include: Bilingual Birdies at 10:30am and The Pop Ups at 12pm!
Details: The Brooklyn Bridge Park, Pier 6. All are welcomed. FREE for all. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, October 20th from 11am — 3pm
Halloween Harvest Festival at Socrates Sculpture Park
There’s no doubt about it: every year, Socrates Sculpture Park rocks it out when it comes to Halloween parties! Follow the Yellow Brick Road to Socrates where you can do “Artist-led costume-making workshops”, eat great food, face painting with one of our favorite face painters, concert and you can  enter your pet in the annual canine costume contest. Don’t forget to check out the art installation of Scarecrows. Still looking for a costume? Bring your costume for a costume swap from 11am- 3pm and find a new one!
Details: 32-01 Vernon Boulevard at Broadway. All are welcomed. FREE for all.

Saturday, October 20th from 1pm — 5pm
Halloween Harvest and Fall Festival at Wyckoff Farmhouse Museum
Discover the magic of Halloween at NYC’s oldest house! There will be crafts, food, games, music, colonial superstitions, and a haunted tour of this old, old house! Oooh!!! Children can create their own trick-or-treat bags and decorate their own pumpkins. There will also be a magic show featuring Didi Maxx, which promises to be amazing. Whoops! I almost forgot about the best part (to me, anyway): children can help make yummy candy apples and caramel corn!
Details: 5816 Clarendon Road, Brooklyn. All are welcomed. Cost: $5/adults; $3/children. Contact: 718.629.5400. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, October 20th from 1:30pm — 3:30pm
Annual Halloween Party at Ms. J’s Gymnastics and Dance
This Halloween party is the perfect warm-up to fun festivities to come.
Go dressed in your costumes or get your face painted while there. Enjoy the spooky fort, open play time, balloon animals, Plum Organics snacks and so much more!
Details: 289 Kent Avenue, Brooklyn. All ages welcomed. Cost: $15/per person, but FREE if you’re registered. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, October 20th at 4 pm
The Ghost of Greenwich Village Family Scavenger Hunt
Kids and adults work together to uncover the stories of secret cemeteries, looming skeletons, the haunted home of Edgar Allen Poe, bats outside a creepy building, and Harry Potter’s nemesis.
Details: Children ages 7 and up. Cost: $$18/ children 7 — 17; $22/adults. Visit the website for more information.  Advance purchase required online at WatsonAdventures.com or by phone via OvationTix at 866-811-4111.

SUNDAY OCTOBER 21ST

Sunday, October 21st from 11:30am — 1:30pm
Halloween Monster Brunch at The Moxie Spot
The Moxie Spot will be hosting a Halloween Brunch in order to support the Camp Highlight Fundraiser. The event includes a costume contest and prizes, gourd painting as well as other spooky crafts, face painting by Broadway Make-Up Artist, Monster Mash Class with a dance instructor, and a Halloween Photo Booth!
Details: 81 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn. Ages 2 –15. Cost: $10/child in advance; $12/child at the door.
Contact: 718.923.9710. Visit the website for more information.

FRIDAY OCTOBER 26TH

Friday, October 26th from 3pm — 7pm
Monster Mash and Halloween Fete 2012 at The Brooklyn Children’s Museum
Boo! We’re summoning all goblins big and small to attend our annual Monster Mash Feet  celebrating the harvest season and Halloween! This year, little witches, ghouls, and princesses can enjoy the Museum’s fun-filled, Halloween themed programs leading up to the big party and beyond! Boasting a successful track record as being Brooklyn’s best Halloween party for kids, MONSTER MASH 2012 features family-friendly trick-or-treat alternative activities including a costumed DJ dance party on SATURDAY only, Michael Jackson “Thriller” tribute, spooky activities, costume parade, slithery animals, and much more.  This festival is not to be missed! PLUS… wait for it… there will be a visit by Brooklyn NETS players on FRIDAY night! Oh-la-la!
Details: 145 Brooklyn Avenue (at St. Marks Street), Brooklyn. All are welcomed. FREE with museum admissions. Contact: 718.735.4400. Visit the website for more information.

SATURDAY OCTOBER 27TH

Saturday, October 27th at 10am (Rain Date — October 28th)
Annual Brooklyn Heights Halloween Parade at Pierrepont Playground
Bring your little princes and princesses to the parade to show off their best costumes! A bake sale will be held to benefit the Brooklyn Heights Playground Committee. We will also have a professional photographer available to take photos of the kids and face painters to ensure they look their best! Please note: Volunteers are needed to set-up, bake, sell cookies etc. If you would like to volunteer please email info@bhplaygrounds.org.
Details: Rain date: Sunday, October 28th. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, October 27th from 10am — 1pm
Halloween Spooktacular at Citibabes
Join Citibabes for their Annual Halloween Spooktacular, which will feature loads of events for event attendees. Family events will include: spooky Halloween story readings, arts & crafts, cookie decorating (yum!), face painting by La Voila Beauty, a fun concert with Rock A Baby, and much more!
Details: 52 Mercer Street, 3rd Floor. All ages welcomed. Cost: $$35/families. Contact: 212.334.5440. Email info@citibabes.com in order to RSVP.

Saturday, October 27th from 10am — 4pm
Wonderween at Sony Wonder Technology Lab
Grab your little ghouls and join us for a hauntingly good time at the annual Wonderween event! Come decked out in your Halloween costume and catch a monstrous movie, make some creepy crafts, hear a spooky story and go home with gobs of ghoulish goodies! Please note: movie screenings require a separate ticket. Also, all craft activities require general admission to the Lab and are on a first come first serve basis.
Details: 550 Madison Avenue, NYC. Ages 7 and under. Contact: 212.833.8100. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, October 27th from 10am — 5pm
Halloween in Galaxseum at the Children’s Museum of Art
Now here’s yet another reason to love Halloween in NYC! You get to wear your costume to the children’s museum! The Children’s Museum of the Arts invites visitors to celebrate Halloween in the Galaxseum, a special Halloween celebration inspired by the current exhibition The RAMMELLZEE Galaxseum.  Visitors will be able to several workshops, which include costume design, haunted house cardboard construction, spooky animation, and more. And… wait for it… there will be an in-house Halloween costume parade at 3:30pm with candy being given out to participants. Lovely!
Details: 103 Charlton Street, NYC. All are welcomed. FREE with museum admissions. Contact: 212.274.0986. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, October 27th from 11am — 2pm
Coney Island Children’s Halloween Parade
Festivities begin at 11:00am at MCU Park, with music, magicians, face painting, costumed characters and more!  The Halloween Costume Contest begins at 12:00pm: home-made or Coney Island themes are encouraged (psst–might get first prize!) And once the parade is over, Luna Park NYC has agreed to open its doors for Trick or Treat!  That’s right, FREE Admission to the amusement park for all children participants. Please note: rides cost extra. Also, this event is contingent upon appropriate weather.  Registration from 11:00 am – 12:30pm. Judging between 12:30pm – 1:30pm. Line up starts at 1:30 pm. Parade kicks off at 1:45 pm.
Details
: Line up at MCU Park, 1904 Surf Avenue at West 19th Street. All are welcomed. FREE for all. Visit the link to preregister for the parade.

Saturday, October 27th from 11am – 5pm
Spooktacular Fun at The New York Aquarium from 11am — 5pm
This Halloween, it’s a swash-buckling pirate adventure with nautical- and pirate-themed activities planned for aquarium-goers of all ages. Visitors will have the opportunity to journey through a haunted sea-fari adventure, experience spooky pirate tales, enjoy sea shanty musical performances and gypsy dancers. All of these activities and more are among the activities that will make Ascarium: A Pirate’s Adventure the destination for a safe, fun Halloween this season.
Activities include: Hunted Sea-fari, Go In Character, Spooky Storytelling, Astounding Pirate Feats, Terrifying Tunes, Spine-Tingling Shows, Creatures of The Creepy Deep Workshop, Ghoulish Games, Arts and Crafts, and Trick-or-Treat! Whew… so much to do!
Details: Surf Avenue at West 8th Street in Coney Island, Brooklyn. Admission is $14.95 for adults, $10.95 for children ages 3-12 and $11.95 for senior citizens (65 and older); children under 3 years of age are admitted free. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, October 27th from 11am — 7pm
1st Annual Halloween Monster Mash at Sugar Shop
Visit one of our favorite Brooklyn sweet shops for not just treats but tricks too: face painting (from 3:00 – 6:00pm), Cotton Candy, Costume Contest, Glitter, Tattoos, Make Your Own Trick or Treat Bag, Candy Lego, Make a Candy Bracelet, Ghoulish Guessing Game, Make a Lollipop Ghost, Halloween Coloring Pages, and more!
Details: 254 Baltic Street between Court and Clinton in Cobble Hill. All are welcomed. FREE for all. Contact: Jen@sugarshopbrooklyn.com for more information.

Saturday, October 27th at 12pm
Halloween Costume Contest and Parade at Liberty Science Center
I know what you’re thinking: this event is in another state. But… it’s not that far, if you think about it. And it’s totally worth it to cross over the bridge for this awesomeness! You can join other costumed contestants in Science Court for a parade up the grand staircase to Governors Hall where you will get the opportunity to impress our judges with your fabulous costume. The grand prize is a FREE Liberty Science Center birthday party! The parade begins at 12:00 noon in Science Court (first floor lobby area).
Details: 222 Jersey City BVLD, Jersey City, NJ. Ages 12 and under. Contact: 201.200.1000. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, October 27th at 11:30 am
Carroll Park Annual Halloween Kids Parade
Get your best costumes out and get ready to march to the beat of Brooklyn! Event participants will step out of Carroll Park and make their way up Smith Street and back down Carroll Street in the annual Carroll Park Halloween Parade.  Don’t miss out on all the fun. There will be FREE noise makers for the first 200 children so be on time!
Details: Carroll Park. Gather at 11:30 am in the park and at 12 pm the parade up Smith Street will begin.

Saturday, October 27th from 12pm — 3pm
Fort Greene Park Halloween Festival
The Fort Greene Park Conservancy puts on this fabulous and free Halloween Festival in Fort Greene Park.  It is one of our favorite events though each year it gets more crowded! Hundreds of children will be treated to hay rides, games, sack races, face painting, stilt-walkers, entertainers and their choice from 1000 free pumpkins to decorate in the pumpkin patch. Plus there will be a costume parade and spooky cemetery with such luminaries in residence as “Will B. Back” and “R U Next”. There will also be a costume contest for dogs and their owners sponsored by Fort Greene PUPS, the local dog-owners organization. (This is our kids’ favorite part of the day- bring your camera!) PUPS contest is up at the monument stairs and begins at 12 pm.
Details: Details: Fort Greene Park, The Great Lawn of Brooklyn’s Fort Greene Park (DeKalb Avenue at Washington Park). For additional information, please email: info@fortgreenepark.org, or call (347) 559-5142.  Please note: the rain date is Sunday, October 28th.

Saturday, October 27th from 12pm –3pm
30th Annual Halloween Haunted Walk and Carnival at Prospect Park
Join in the fun at this community tradition! Lurking high on Lookout Hill are zombies, wolf men, headless horsemen, good and bad witches, and other creepy characters. Visitors brave enough to experience this harrowing hike should head to Lookout Hill. The Halloween Haunted Walk is suitable for young children accompanied by parents/guardians or older siblings. There’s also a carnival on the Nethermead featuring all kinds of fun, games, and seasonal treats.
Details: Enter at Prospect Park Southwest and 16th Street. All are welcomed. FREE for all. Contact: (718) 965-8999. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, October 27th from 12pm — 3pm
Pumpkin Carving at ISA with Flower Girl NYC
You can B.Y.O.P (Bring Your Own Pumpkin) or purchase one on site for $10. Everything you will need to carve the perfect pumpkin will be there for you – carving tools, experience, and most importantly, hay bales!
Details:
348 Wythe Avenue, 2nd Floor, Brooklyn. All are welcomed. Cost: Bring your own pumpkin or purchase one for $10. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, October 27th from 12pm — 3pm
Screamin’ Green Halloween at World Financial Center Plaza
Halloween comes to the Hudson this year when downtown’s popular Screamin’ Green Halloween moves outdoors, treating families to a free afternoon of earth-friendly festivities at the waterfront World Financial Center Plaza. Presented by Brookfield Office Properties, the owner and manager of the World Financial Center, the annual celebration will transform the Plaza into Halloween Village, complete with games, performances, a costume parade, and giant, 30-foot high characters including  a scarecrow and a witch. Against the backdrop of the Hudson River, a costume swap will enable families to exchange last year’s costumes for gently used and ready-to-wear ones for the next day’s trick-or-treating. Kids can listen to spooky poems in the Poets House tent, join wandering puppets and marching bands, and create communal, earth-friendly art projects. The day culminates in a Ghosts and Goblins Parade throughout Battery Park City, starting at 3pm. Activities include: apple bobbing, pin the face on the pumpkin, gourd roll, toss a spider in the brew, ghost farm, musical spider web, and more!
Details: 220 Vesey Street, NYC. All are welcomed. FREE for all. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, October 27th from 12pm — 6pm
Ghouls and Gourds at Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Get ready for the wackiest costume parade and drum circle ever! Guests can move and groove and show off their costumes at Ghouls and Gourds. There are a slew of activities at this fun festival — from lots of performances to workshops to a book barn to the costume parade! And to top it all off? There will be colossal puppets, a flamingo croquet, a mustache booth, Waltzing Woodland Creatures, Victorian Toy Parlor, Stilt Dancing, Furry Ragtime Band, a Flying Flea Circus, a pretend petting zoo, and loads more! It’s definitely going to be a grand event!
Details: 150 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn. All are welcomed. Cost: $15/adults; $10/children; FREE/children 12 and under. Visit the website for more information and/or to purchase tickets.

Saturday, October 27th at 1pm
Musical BOO Festival at The Central Library Dweck Center
The whole family can enjoy an energetic variety show of ghoulish music performed by costumed characters with strange and haunting instruments! Theshow will be interactive with movement, face-painting and candy for those who dare attend!
Details: All are welcomed. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, October 27th from 1pm — 4pm
Meadowscare at The Staten Island’s Children Museum
From the Staten Island’s Children Museum website: “What’s orange and black and green? Meadowscare, our not too scary Halloween celebration will be on the Meadow on Saturday, October 27. We need you help gathering recyclables like cans, caps and other recyclables that can be used to make musical instruments at the festival, and old clothes for family Scarecrow making! You can drop off CLEAN items at the museum any weekday between 10 and 5 PM. We’ll keep you posted about the event, which includes bounces houses, inflatable obstacle course, corn maze, pumpkins, games galore, live music and strolling clowns and of course, our famous Haunted House! This year’s Halloween celebration may be the best one ever!” Need I say more?!
Monster Mash Dash, which will begin at 12pm
As stated on the SI Children’s Museum website, “Come early for the Monster Mash Dash! From noon to 1, costumed children are invited to participate in our fun run, in costume if they wish. All participants will receive a participation medal and there will be trophies for the winners! Children will run according to age: 2-3, 4-6, and ages 7-10; a healthy way to start the festivities! Call (718) 273-2060, ext. 147 to sign up.”
Details: 1000 Richmond Terrace, SI. All are welcomed. FREE with museum admissions. Contact: 718-273-2060. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, October 27th from 1pm — 4pm
Creepy Crawly Halloween at Prospect Park
It’s a critter-fest in Prospect Park with lots of spiders, worms, and other creepy creatures that are sure to make your skin crawl! Halloween crafts, live critters and hands-on experiments.  Take a second look at the creatures that give you the creeps, you may find you like them.
Details: Audubon Center at the Boathouse. Near the Lincoln Road/Ocean Avenue entrance. All are welcomed. FREE for all. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, October 27th at 1:30pm
SyFy’s HalloweeNYC Fest
SyFy is at it again! Their HalloweeNYC Fest promises a super spooky event with a concert by Princess Kreepy & Racer Scary on the SyFy Stage.  The show starts at 1:30pm, so get there in costume and be prepared to do some dancing and who knows, maybe a Halloween Horn section might be just the thing to kick things off!  Mwaaaah!
Details: Flatiron Plaza North (5th Ave & Broadway) NYC. All are welcomed. FREE for all.

Saturday, October 27th at 1:30pm and 2:30pm
Oiche Shamhna: An Irish Halloween at The Irish Arts Center
As stated by the Irish Arts Center: “We’ve added some great new activities to our annual Irish Halloween celebration! It’ll be an afternoon filled with lively spirits and fun for the whole family. Children can partake in creative projects featuring púcas and fairies, and do crafts including turnip carving and mask making. Or you can have your fortune told and take part in our costume parade!”
Details: 553 West 51st Street, NYC. All are welcomed. Cost: $8/person; Use code FAMILY if two or more are attending to pay $5/person. Contact: 866.811.4111. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, October 27th from 2pm — 5pm
Children’s Halloween Parade and Party at The Polish and Slavic Center
Calling all princes & princesses, witches & warlocks (or whatever your choice) and families! This fairly new parade has become a “must do” for Greenpointers. Parade prepartions start at 2 PM on Java Street between Manhattan Avenue & McGuiness Blvd. Come at 2 PM if you want a balloon, your face painted, or arms tattooed for the parade. At 3 PM, they will march down Manhattan Avenue to Driggs Avenue, and loop back to Java where a spoktacular movie party at the Polish & Slavic Center will follow.
Details: 176 Java Street between Manhattan Avenue and McGuinness Boulevard. All are welcomed. Cost: Parade is FREE; $5/party.

Saturday, October 27th at 3pm
City Stomp Live: Halloween Edition at Littlefield
Get ready for an afternoon of thrilling, chilling music, plus a few spooky surprises are in store at City Stomp Live:  Halloween Edition Costumes are encouraged, as is dancing to Halloween favorites performed by the Brooklyn-based band, comprised of five veteran musicians, several of whom teach the City Stomp music classes held in multiple locations around Brooklyn.  Also on the play list are rock versions of children’s classic melodies and songs that celebrate the sights and sounds of New York City.
Details: 622 Degraw Street, between Third and Fourth Avenues in Brooklyn. Advance tickets are recommended.  Tickets are $8 for individuals aged 2 and older, or $10 at the door.  Family tickets are $30 for a family of four (maximum of two adults) and are sold in advance only.  To order tickets, visit http://www.littlefieldnyc.com/event/164219/.

Saturday, October 27th from 3pm–5 pm
Franklin Ave Halloween Parade
Crown Heights has it’s own Halloween Parade. Come in costume and bring noise makers and/or instruments. Pumpkin painting and candy will be at the parade finish.
Details: Start: Walt Shamal Dean St Community Garden B/w Franklin ave and Bedford Ave.  End (new**): 983 Dean Street. Between Franklin and Classon Ave. Email tengrandfab@verizon.net with questions.

Saturday, October 27th from 3pm — 8pm
Monster Mash and Halloween Fete 2012 at The Brooklyn Children’s Museum
Boo! We’re summoning all goblins big and small to attend our annual Monster Mash Feet  celebrating the harvest season and Halloween! This year, little witches, ghouls, and princesses can enjoy the Museum’s fun-filled, Halloween themed programs leading up to the big party and beyond! Boasting a successful track record as being Brooklyn’s best Halloween party for kids, MONSTER MASH 2012 features family-friendly trick-or-treat alternative activities including a costumed DJ dance party on SATURDAY only, Michael Jackson “Thriller” tribute, spooky activities, costume parade, slithery animals, and much more.  This festival is not to be missed! PLUS… wait for it… there will be a visit by Brooklyn NETS players on FRIDAY night! Oh-la-la!
Details: 145 Brooklyn Avenue (at St. Marks Street), Brooklyn. All are welcomed. FREE with museum admissions. Contact: 718.735.4400. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, October 27th from 6pm — 9pm
Halloween Karaoke Party with Carroll Park
Party with friends and neighbors in front of the Robert Acito Park House and sing some of your favorites. You won’t get hoarse since there will be plenty of hot cider on hand. Suggested donation of $1/song to benefit Friends of Carroll Park.
Details: Carroll Park

Saturday, October 27th from 6pm — 8pm
Monster Mash Dance Party at The Moxie Spot
Come eat, drink, dress up and dance! Get ready for Halloween: Free Trick-or-treat bags to decorate (this year they’re purple and orange!) Treats for kids.
Details: 81 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn. Ages 2 –15. Cost:$2.50/child, $5.00/family max. $2.50 waived for every $15 purchased in food and beverages. Contact: 718.923.9710. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, October 27th from 8pm — 12am
All Hallows Eve Bash!
Get your best costumes out and get ready for some Halloween adult fun! The Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy and BBPC Junior Committee are pleased to announce our third annual All Hallows Eve Bash fundraiser! Ticket price includes an open bar, awesome music and dancing, and costume contests – and you’ll be supporting the free programming they provide all year long!
Details: 360 Furman Street, Brooklyn. Adults only. Cost: $75/person. Visit the website for more information and to purchase tickets.

SUNDAY OCTOBER 28TH

Sunday, October 28th from 9:30am — 12:30pm
Families First Annual Halloween Party
A morning of frightfully good fun awaits with:
 Games, Halloween crafts, Face Painting, 
Snacks, baked goods and drinks. 
Sing-A-long with Ted Stafford. 
Professional Halloween Costume Portraits and goodie bags and balloons for all kids!
Details: Families First at 250 Baltic Street – auditorium

. $10 per family, $8 for Families First members

Sunday, October 28th from 10am — 12pm
ZUMBAtomic Halloween BASH at Breakin’ Boundaries
I am not quite sure what ZUMBAtomic means, but it sounds amazingly fun! Parents and children moving and groovin’ ZUMBA style? Sign me up! Also, there will be pumpkin painting, game playing, trick or treating, and, of course, ZUMBAtomic!
Details: Children 3 and up. Parents are invited to stay and groove! Please reserve your spot by contacting BreakinBoundariesrm@gmail.com or by calling 347-889-7066.

Sunday, October 28th from 10am — 12:30pm
Neighborhood Swap and Bop at BAX Brooklyn Arts Exchange
BAX is hosting their Halloween Swap and Bop, and a huge component of it is their Neighborhood Swap and Bop, which includes a gear and clothing swap for Maternity through age 6. Anything left will be donated to Little Essentials, which is a great organization helping local families in need get the stuff they can’t afford. Not only is this fun, but it’s for a great cause as well. They are welcoming maternity to 6 years clothing and baby gear in great condition. Please drop-off 10/9 – 10/26 during Birth Day Presence business hours (Monday and Friday 10am-12pm in SoHo, and Tuesday-Thursday 10am-5pm in Park Slope) or on 10/28 at BAX.
Schedule of Events:
MIL’S TRILLS – local kids favorite Amelia and her ukelele, plus band! A healthy pregnancy with LATHAM THOMAS of MAMA GLOW. Premier your HALLOWEEN COSTUME – contest for the kiddos!. Healthy food by THE REAL MEAL Portraits of your child by Lara Robby Photography. RAFFLES including the “Everything You Need for a Baby” grand prize, Joovy Stroller, $100 certificate to Bump Brooklyn, and more!
Details: 421 5th Avenue, Brooklyn. Visit the website for more information and to RSVP.

Sunday, October 28th from 11am — 5pm
Spooktacular Fun at The New York Aquarium from 11am — 5pm
This Halloween, it’s a swash-buckling pirate adventure with nautical- and pirate-themed activities planned for aquarium-goers of all ages. Visitors will have the opportunity to journey through a haunted sea-fari adventure, experience spooky pirate tales, enjoy sea shanty musical performances and gypsy dancers. All of these activities and more are among the activities that will make Ascarium: A Pirate’s Adventure the destination for a safe, fun Halloween this season.
Activities include: Hunted Sea-fari, Go In Character, Spooky Storytelling, Astounding Pirate Feats, Terrifying Tunes, Spine-Tingling Shows, Creatures of The Creepy Deep Workshop, Ghoulish Games, Arts and Crafts, and Trick-or-Treat! Whew… so much to do!
Details: Surf Avenue at West 8th Street in Coney Island, Brooklyn. Admission is $14.95 for adults, $10.95 for children ages 3-12 and $11.95 for senior citizens (65 and older); children under 3 years of age are admitted free. Visit the website for more information.

Sunday, October 28th from 1pm — 4pm
Creepy Crawly Halloween at Prospect Park
It’s a critter-fest in Prospect Park with lots of spiders, worms, and other creepy creatures that are sure to make your skin crawl! Halloween crafts, live critters and hands-on experiments.  Take a second look at the creatures that give you the creeps, you may find you like them.
Details: Audubon Center at the Boathouse. Near the Lincoln Road/Ocean Avenue entrance. All are welcomed. FREE for all. Visit the website for more information.

Sunday, October 28th from 1pm — 6pm
¡CALABAZAFEST! at Maria Hernandez Park
¡CALABAZAFEST! is a colorful mash-up of Day of the Dead, Halloween, and Harvest Fair traditions, with an eco-friendly message. Activities will include pumpkin crafts (painting and carving), “sugar skull” mask making, a costume contest (4:00pm), and cooking demonstrations using seasonal ingredients. All vegetable waste will be composted and used to enrich the soil at nearby Bushwick Campus Farm. Fantastic live musical performances include Mariachi Flor de Toloache, Sabor and the Afro-Latineers, and Mariachi Tapatio de Alvaro Paulino accompanied by New York City Mariachi Conservatory students – plus a special performance by OWS Puppetry Guild.
Details: Maria Hernandez Park in Bushwick, Brooklyn. All are welcomed. FREE for all. Visit the website for more information.

Sunday, October 28th at 1:15pm
Washington Market Park’s Halloween Extravaganza
Princess Kreepy & Racer Scary make their spooky return to this spectacular Downtown Halloween annual event.  March in the parade down Greenwich Street and then we’ll meet you at the Gazebo. Oh, and as requested, “costumes, costumes, costumes, please!” I conquer!
Details: Chambers & Greenwich Streets, Tribeca, NYC. All are welcomed. FREE for all.

Sunday, October 28th from 2pm — 4pm
Halloween at Lefferts Historic House at Prospect Park
Come hear scary stories from the past, form a circle and listen to master storyteller Tammy Hall keep the tradition of scary stories alive with “The Legend of Pope’s Lane,” “The Domine’s Ride,” and more. My son and I attended this event last year and it was very pleasant, to say the least.
Details: Lefferts Historic House, Brooklyn. All are welcomed. Cost: $3/adults; FREE/children. Visit the website for more information.

Sunday, October 28th from 2pm — 5pm
Kid’s Halloween Party and Benefit at Ceol Pub
This party is to benefit Jonah’s Just Begun, there will be lots of activities for your enjoyment. Face painting, games and crafts by Cheeky Monkey Party, the musical guest Pete Singing of the Hootenanny Art House, a light lunch, and Halloween-inspired baked goods. Parents, there will be an extra special “treat” for you — a full bar where you can purchase drinks from! This will be a spooky fun event for the entire family so please arrive in your costumes and your best pose as there will be several photo opps!
Details: 191 Smith Street, Brooklyn. Ages 4 –12. No strollers please. Cost: $10/child. FREE/adults. Contact: 347.643.9911. RSVP to channon at ceolpub.com no later than October 24. Include the number of kids/adults. Visit the website for more information.

Sunday, October 28th from 4pm — 5pm
powerHouse Kids Halloween Party
Show off your costumes at the powerHouse Arena Kids’ Halloween Party, featuring readings by Patty Bowman and others, along with some fun Halloween-themed activities. In case you were wondering about The Amazing Hamweenie, “Dressed in his signature top hat and black cape, Hamweenie is poised to earn his place among the most famous celebrities and daredevils of all time. From the stage to the red carpet, the skies to the sea, Hamweenie believes, without a doubt, that he will be the greatest star the world has ever seen.” And, in case you were wondering about Pam Bowman, she is “ a children’s book illustrator based in Brooklyn, New York. She’s originally from near Narragansett Bay in Rhode Island. She likes drawing, coffee, and winter.”
Details: 37 Main Street, Brooklyn. Ages 3–8. FREE for all. Contact: 718.666.3049. RSVP at: kids@powerhousearena.com.

MONDAY OCTOBER 29TH

Monday, October 29th at 5pm
Halloween Acting Class at Child’s Play NY
Its our favorite time of year for dress-up and imagination! In this annual Halloween Acting Class, kids come in costume and leave in character.  When else will you see Cinderella making a witch’s brew with Spiderman?
Details: 1 Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn. All are welcomed. FREE for all. Visit the website to RSVP.

Monday, October 29th from 5pm — 8pm
Brownsville Haunted House at Brownsville Recreational Center
This is a great haunted house for children under the age of 10.
This event is presented by Syfy. Syfy is the proud sponsor of 14 NYC Parks fall-themed events across the city, including Pumpkin Fest in Central Park on Saturday, October 27!
Details: 1555 Linden Blvd., Brooklyn. Ages 10 and under. FREE for all. For more information, please call Jerry Childs at (718) 485-4633, or Sharon Colon or Joe Wright at (718) 345-2706.

TUESDAY OCTOBER 30TH

Tuesday, October 30th from 5pm — 8pm
Brownsville Haunted House at Brownsville Recreational Center
This is a great haunted house for children under the age of 10. This event is presented by Syfy. Syfy is the proud sponsor of 14 NYC Parks fall-themed events across the city, including Pumpkin Fest in Central Park on Saturday, October 27!
Details: 1555 Linden Blvd., Brooklyn. Ages 10 and under. FREE for all. For more information, please call Jerry Childs at (718) 485-4633, or Sharon Colon or Joe Wright at (718) 345-2706.

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31ST

Wednesday, October 31st from 9:30 am- 1:45 pm
New Halloween Activities at BIJA KIDS YOGA

Drop In Play  from 9:30am – 1pm
Enjoy hanging out with your kids and other families in our space. Toys, blocks, books, bubbles and music included. For kids aged 1yr – 4yrs. Come anytime. $5/family

All Ages Family Yoga from 1pm – 1:45pm
Lauren teaches a special family yoga class! Class will include Sun Salutations, parachute, chanting, autumn inspired yoga poses and more. No yoga experience necessary. Bring a friend! $15/family

Details: 900 Fulton Street Brooklyn, NY 11238 718-483-4795

Wednesday, October 31st CANCELLED
Halloween Celebration at The American Museum of Natural History

Trick or treat through the Museum’s halls, do arts and crafts, meet your favorite cartoon characters, and hear live performances at this best-ever Halloween party.
Details:
Central Park West at 79th Street, NYC. All are welcomed. Cost: $11/person; $10/members. Contact: 212.769.5200. Visit the website for more information.
Wednesday, October 31st from 12-2 pm
Halloween day fun at Film Biz Recycling (NEW)
Cabin Fever Arts & Crafts at Film Biz Recycling from 12-2 for fun, mess and relief!
Details:540 President St Basement  (between 3rd Ave & 4th Ave)  Brooklyn, NY 11215 Neighborhood: Gowanus

Wednesday, October 31st from 2pm — 4pm NO WORD YET
Face Painting for Halloween at Gumbo
Alisha is a popular Atlantic Antic Artist and is great with kids and she is an equally great face painter. This is a really good chance for children to add finishing touches to their costumes, such as whiskers, butterfly faces, clown faces, and the works!
Details: 493 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn. Cost: $5/cheek; $10/full face. Contact: 718-855-7808.

Wednesday, October 31st from 3:30pm — 7:30mpm NO WORD YET
2012 Costume Contest at Roberto Falck Photography
Children can get their photo taken in their Halloween costumes for a chance to win BIG! The Grand Prize Winner will receive a complimentary session and 2 gift prints (Value $350); Category winners will receive 1 5″x7″ print; All participants who “Like” their Faceboook Page will receive a complimentary 4″x6″ print. Everyone is welcomed to vote and all you have to do to vote you need to “Like” Roberto Falck Photography Facebook page and then “Like” your favorite photos.
Categories include: Best Baby Costume, Most Inventive “Kid-Kreated”, Scariest Little Monster, Funny funny, Fairest of the Fairies, Best Group, and Abstract. Voting ends Friday, November 6th and winners will be announced Monday Nov 7th. Complimentary print pick-up is on Monday Nov 13th.
Details: 217 6th Ave, Brooklyn. Ages 15 and under. Visit the website for more information.

Wednesday, October 31st from 3:30pm — 9pm NO WORD YET
Owl’s Head Park Halloween Event
I love Owl’s Head park all year:  It’s spacious with fantastic playgrounds and a skateboarder’s park too.  The Haunted Walk is free (suggested donation of $1) and the later in the day you go on it, the scarier the walk gets. The park will be turned into a fairytale forest with free face painting, character visits, pumpkin patch, trackless train ride, sand art and much more. There is also a food court, novelty vendors, pony rides and bouncy rides.  The fairytale forest is not at all scary and a fun alternative to trick or treating. There is also a costume contest so get your fabulous homemade duds ready. Stay for dinner as Dracula’s Food Court is open from 3:30-8:30 pm..  This event is really popular: last year they had 10-15,000 people! This year they expect up to 20,000- yikes! Go early as the lines get long very quickly. For more information call 718-238-6044.

Fairytale Forest Tours
(featuring the pumkin patch, apple orchard, costumed characters, coloring contest, magician and more)
3:30-5 pm
5:30-7 pm

Haunted Walk Tours
Scary 4:30-6 pm
Scarier 7-8:30 pm

The Costume Contest
Registration from 3:30-6:30 pm
Judging 5-7 pm (0-3 years judging 4 – 5 pm)
Winners announced at 7:30 pm (need not be present)

Details: Owl’s Head Park in Bay Ridge at Colonial Road and 68th Street. Suggested Donation will be $1 but you can also buy VIP Sponsors Pass for $5 (per adult) at these businesses: Circles, Boragi Florist, Kaleidoscope Toys, Heart to Heart, The Bay Ridge Mail Station.  Sponsorship Passes are limited and will admit one adult and up to 5 children at the VIP entrances.

Wednesday, October 31st at 4pm STILL ON
Cobble Hill Halloween Parade
Parade around the neighborhood with the music of the Jah Pan Steel Drum Band and go trick or treating right afterwards! Merchants typically give out candy up until 630 pm.  Check out the fabulous 274 carved pumpkins at artist Jane Greengold’s home at Kane and Strong Place.
Details: Parade begins at Cobble Hill Park on Clinton Street.

Wednesday, October 31st at 4pm STILL ON
Williamsburg Witches Walk at The Flying Squirrel
Begin the festive day at 2 pm with free kids photo booth by Rachel Elkind in front of Flying Squirrel at 2pm. The parade starts at 4 pm at Flying Squirrel and goes to: Sweet William, (112 North 6th Street),  Smoochie Baby (110 Berry Street) and Mini Jake (where as always there will be activities) (178 N. 9th Street). The ghouls, princesses, super heroes and various other creatures will trick-or- treat along the way. Enjoy after parties at a choice of 2 locations at 5pm: Klub 4 Kidz with rock climbing, cupcakes, face painting, air brush tattoos for ages 3 years and up for $10 admission. Located at 159 N. 4th Street btw, Driggs and Bedford. OR head to the party at PLAY with food, activities and a performance by Rug Bug for babies and toddlers for $5. Located at 33 Nassau Ave at Dobbin Street.
Details: 96 North 6th Street between Wythe and Berry Streets, Brooklyn. All are welcomed. $5/per person at PLAY; $10/per person at Klub4Kidz.

Wednesday, October 31st at 4pm STILL ON BUT THEY ASK YOU CHECK THEIR FACEBOOK PAGE TO CONFIRM
Jam on DUMBO’s Halloween Concert
Attention all ghosts, ghouls, princesses, pirates and cute baby pumpkins: Add Jam On DUMBO’s Halloween concert to your trick-or-treating route! The super fun Rockdoves will take the stage from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., and there will be a costume contest for the kids. Need another reason to party like a rockstar on a school night?! Superfine will offer a full dinner menu after the show. Yummy!
Details: 126 Front Street, Brooklyn. All are welcomed. Suggested donation: $10/family, although no one will be turned away. Visit the website for more information.

Wednesday, October 31st from 4pm — 6pm STILL ON
Pantomima’s Halloween Celebration
This is a safe and fun kid-friendly event! Enjoy the children’s music, disco dance, food decorations, and mask creations.
Details: 462 36th Street, Brooklyn. Ages 4 and under. Visit the website for more information.

Wednesday, October 31st from 4pm — 7pm CHANGED TO 2—5pm at the Peter Jay Sharp Building at 30 Lafayette Avenue between Ashland Place and St. Felix Street in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.
11th Annual BAMboo at BAM!
The medieval-themed BAMboo! festivities features BAM employees dressed as knights, princesses, jesters, and wizards! They will be giving away trick-or-treat bags filled with sweets and gifts. The celebration will culminate with a children’s costume contest with prizes awarded to the most creative costume! There will be a live band, a moon bounce. a candy giveaway, and other fun-filled activities for children.
Details: 30 Lafayette Avenue between Ashland Place and St. Felix Street in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. All are welcomed. FREE for all. Contact: 718.636.4129 x8.

Wednesday, October 31st from 4pm — 7pm NO WORD YET
Annual Halloween Party and Haunted House at Brownsville Recreational Center
Calling all Halloween lovers! It’s time for a costume party for children 10 and under! This event is presented by Syfy. Syfy is the proud sponsor of 14 NYC Parks fall-themed events across the city, including Pumpkin Fest in Central Park on Saturday, October 27!
Details: 1555 Linden Blvd., Brooklyn. Ages 10 and under. FREE for all. For more information, please call Jerry Childs at (718) 485-4633, or Sharon Colon or Joe Wright at (718) 345-2706.

Wednesday, October 31st at 5pm CANCELLED
The Prospect Park South Halloween Parade
The is always a fun parade for parents and children alike. As reported on Ditmas Park Corner, “Prospect Park South Halloween Parade  gathers early at 5 p.m. on the corner of Albemarle and Westminster Roads. It’s grown to be quite large, so remember that some streets will be closed around this time. Of course, there will be loads of treats on hand. The parade starts at 5:30 p.m.”
Details
: Visit the website for more information.

Wednesday, October 31st from 5:00pm-6:30pm and later for performances STILL ON
Clinton Hill Children’s Halloween Walk and Performance

This is one of our favorite Halloween events. There is a great friendly vibe, trick or treating everywhere, performances in front of houses and seeing friends. Head to the Pratt-Clinton Hill Community Garden (corner of DeKalb and Hall) for the beginning of the parade at 5 pm. The Parade Route winds through the neighborhood. Of course, there will be the fantastic performances at 313 Clinton Ave. This house goes above and beyond with some kind of theatrical performance for everyone to see. (Performances run every 30 minutes from dusk to 9 pm). This year the theme is: The Mayan Apocalypse of 2012. Hmmm…..
Details: Start at Clinton Ave between Gates and Greene and walk up to Myrtle and you will see the great costumes as revelers walk through the blocked-off streets.

Wednesday, October 31st at 6pm STILL ON
West Midwood Halloween Parade
I’ve also liked this Parade, which is quite festive! As reported on Ditmas Park Corner,  the parade “begins to gather at 6 p.m. on the dead end by Glenwood and Rugby Roads. There will be apple juice and plenty of treats for the children. Parents are asked to bring cookies, muffins and other baked treats to make this the best celebration it can be. The parade itself starts around 6:15 to 6:30 p.m. with musical accompaniment.”
Details: Visit the website for more information.

Wednesday, October 31st at 6:30pm CANCELLED
2012 Park Slope Civic Council Halloween Parade
There is absolutely no secret about it: the Park Slope Halloween Parade is always a hit and a well-attended event. There’s none like it, and it truly embodies the spirit of our borough with our children rocking it out! I couldn’t have said this better myself, “The sidewalks are an obstacle course of visual delights. Royalty and robots, animals and anime, svengalis and superheroes — all strolling the streets of the Slope in the afternoon and into the evening.”
Details
: Starting point is 14th Street and 7th Avenue, Brooklyn. All are welcomed. Contact: halloween@parkslopeciviccouncil.org. Visit the website for more information.

Wednesday, October 31st from 7:00pm-10:30 pm CANCELLED
Village Halloween Parade

This annual tradition that New Yorkers love! It best for older kids since it is so crowded and there are some costumes that might make your mom even blanche.The parade  runs straight up 6th Ave from Spring Street to 16th Street. The streets are most crowded between Bleecker and 14th Street. Personally I loved going to the heart of village, no matter how crowded- everyone is so pooped out by the time they get to 15th Street that it seems to have lost its vibrancy. Details: For more information, please click here.

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