As Summer leaves us and Fall swoops in, the atmosphere around us changes. Here in the Hudson Valley, there are several locations that offer fun, scares, candy, and costumes that the whole family can enjoy. Sorted by county, you can be sure to find something fun near you.
Make this Halloween season one to remember.
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Halloween Story Time
Come dressed in costume for spooky stories and a Halloween parade through the library. 10:30am. Monroe Free Library. 44 Millpond Pkwy, Monroe.
Rascal's Monster Bash
Trick or treat around Dutchess Stadium plus fun activities, entertainment and plenty of treats. Free. 3-6pm. Dutchess Stadium. 1500 Route 9D, Wappingers Falls. 838-0094.
Trick or Treat at the Library
You don't have to wait until dark to get a treat from the library! Drop in anytime from 4-7pm to do a Halloweeny craft and get a treat from the library! 4-7pm. Goshen Public Library. 203 Main St, Goshen. 294-6606.
Halloween at the Mall
Join FOX 103.1 for a kids costume contest and trick or treating while supplies last. 4:30-6:30pm. Newburgh Mall. 1401 Route 300, Newburgh.
Pine Bush Halloween Spooktacular
Town wide Trick-or-Treating from 5-8pm, Hayrides, candy and lots of Halloween fun. 5-8pm. Pine Bush.
Halloween Trunk or Treat in the Park
Line-up begins for the Jeff Lion’s Club Halloween Parade on Main Street ending at the firehouse for costume judging. 6pm. Backyard Park. 876 Swiss Hill Rd., Jeffersonville.
Starts on Main Street and Manheim Boulevard in New Paltz and ends at the Fire House where the Lion's Club distributes apples and candy. 6pm. Main St., New Paltz.
Night of 100 Pumpkins, Oct. 31
Pumpkin carvers of all ages bring their pumpkin creations to The Bakery. Free cocoa, hot cider and pumpkin bread. 6-10pm. The Bakery. 13a North Front St., New Paltz.
Trick or Treat on Huguenot Street, Oct. 31
Families are welcome to walk the Huguenot Street on Halloween night, trick-or-treating at the historic houses. 4-6pm. Historic Huguenot Street. 81 Huguenot St., New Paltz. 255-1889.