NOTE: This is outside of the Bronx, but BronxMama wanted to share! Putting an earth-friendly twist on Halloween Eve, families will be treated to a free afternoon of green-themed holiday festivities at the World Financial Center’s Screamin’ Green Halloween on Saturday, October 30th. Adorned with giant, 30-foot high figures of a scarecrow, witch, and skeleton, the spectacular Winter Garden will be the setting for a fun-filled afternoon featuring everything from
Who says there aren’t any Halloween events in the Bronx? Check them out! For more info, visit nycgovparks.org Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Tumblr it Tweet about it Print for later Tell a friend
Haunted House Fundraiser on October 22 at 6pm for the entire bronx. The Bronx Haunted House now in its 4th year, at 974 Home Street. Admission: any “Cash donation” Visitors can donate any amount to the enjoy the fun scares put on by local students in the Crotona Neighborhood here in The Bronx. Bronx Haunted House is showcased by 15 selected students throughout the neighborhood. This is their 4th year!
Our next meetup will be at the New York Botanical Garden! NYBG has offered BronxMama’s an awesome deal: $12 / Adult (down from $15) $5 / Child (down from $8) Children under 2 – FREE Pack a lunch and join us for their annual Halloween Hoorah festivities on October 24th at 10:45 am- we will eat our lunch in the Picnic Pavilion, enjoy the parade, and the kids can even make
On Saturday, October 23, Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum will hold its fourth annual Harvest Festival from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. This fun and festive event offers a variety of different activities for the whole family. The stars of the day are a Native American duo known as the Leaf Arrow Storytellers. Members of the Sac and Fox and Caddo Indian Nations of Oklahoma, they will present coyote tales, creation stories,
In the Everett Children’s Adventure Garden. Saturday, October 9–Sunday, October 31 Jack-o’-lanterns, costumes, and trick or treating–Halloween is a great time to be a kid–and at The New York Botanical Garden’s annual Halloween Hoorah, it’s a great time to be an adult, too. So scoop up your favorite little ghouls and goblins and go marvel at the 500 pumpkins carved and sculpted by Michael Anthony Natiello (the creator of the annual
Celebrate a New York Halloween tradition! October weekends are packed with activities, including hay mazes and hayrides, pumpkin carving demonstrations, puppet shows, magic shows, and live music. Embark on a Haunted Safari Adventure to protect a creature that needs your help and enjoy an augmented reality 3-D experience. Best of all, visit with bats, cats, and creepy critters. And don’t forget, kids in costume get in free!* Digg this post
Helen Dresslin, from Castle Hill was recently featured in The New York Times for her awesomely decorated house! If you live in the area, be sure to take a detour and walk past with the little ones! She is located on Virgil Place. “By next week, she expects to be churning out chocolate haunted houses, witches, ghosts and brooms. She sells some to neighbors, some to a deli and a