Give Me Candy, Lady:) Halloween In NYC

Posted on October 29, 2011


Monday is Halloween, one of the best days in the year! Why you ask? because it is the one day we can all eat as much candy as we want without feeling guilty. Also, it is the one night we can dress in customs and have fun. New York is a great place to celebrate Halloween  because there are many great parties and we get to attend the village halloween parade.  Children are also excited  out trick or treating.

Here is the information for the Village halloween Party if you are in town:

1. Be Creative – Wear Your Costume! ONLY costumed marchers are allowed in the Parade.

2. Show Up on Sixth Ave between Spring Broome Streets.You can only enter this area from the EAST and SOUTH. That is Sullivan, Broome and Canal Streets. If you come from the West, you will need to get back over to the East Side of 6th Avenue to get in the Parade. This can get confusing and frustrating so follow these directions carefully!

3. Arrive between 6:30pm and 8:30pm

or you might miss the Parade! The subway is the best way to get there, parking is always difficult and the Parade makes it even worse.

4. Find your friends, good music or a group to march with. If you are meeting your friends, it is best to meet a block or two from the Parade route and all come over together to the line-up. Even with cell phones, it is hard to hook up with people at the start. Nowadays the bands line-up apart from the general public, but there is so much good music in the Parade you are bound to hook up with some fun vibes to dance with.

5. Follow the crowd up Sixth Avenue (please do not go down Sixth Avenue, the police will stop you!)

We hope you will all have a safe and scary halloween. Make sure to send us your pictures and you might see yourself on here!

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