Halloween Events for Families

Spooky local events bring screams, laughs and fun!

Halloween Family Fun in the Hudson Valley

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. You can be sure to find something fun near you. Want some scarier stuff? Click
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Dutchess County

The Witches. September 30

In Nicolas Roeg's adaptation of Roald Dahl's book "The Witches," Helga and her young grandson Luke stumble upon a witch’s convention led by the Grand High Witch who wants to turn children into mice. Pleasantville. 11:30am 

A Very Fluffy Halloween. October 14 & 15, 21 & 22, 27-29, 31

Enjoy this fun guided farm tour that lets you meet the animals of Lilymoore Farm and Dreaming of A Chance pigeon sanctuary. See alpacas in Halloween costumes, goats too – who knows maybe the llamas will join in the fun this year. Come dressed up for the event or just let our alpaca Lady Valentina Von Sparkles shine. Plus, do a great craft at the end of the farm tour. Enjoyed by all ages. 21 Moore Rd, Pleasant Valley (845) 605-7002. 12pm

Halloween Boo Bash. October 20

Join us for crafts, games, and a Halloween costume parade. Bring your carved pumpkin to display. We will provide tea lights. You can bring it home when you leave. Attendees must be between the ages of 2 Years and 14 Years old. 11 Town Center Blvd, Hopewell Junction (845) 724-3414. 5:30pm 

Trunk or Treat. October 27

Join Hyde Park Roller Magic as they transform the parking lot into a Halloween wonderland, filled with creatively decorated trunks and a plethora of candy-filled surprises. Dress up in your most boo-tiful costumes and embark on a thrilling adventure, going from trunk to trunk to collect goodies, play games, and even snap some wickedly awesome photos. If you would like to give out candy at this event, please DM us or call the rink 845-229-6666 to be added to our list. Each car that participates will receive one free ticket to our Halloween Ball. 4178 Albany Post Rd Suite #666, Hyde Park (845) 229-6666. 6pm 

Halloween Spooktacular at Mid-Hudson Discovery Museum. October 27

Join us for some not-so-scary fun at our Halloween Spooktacular Party! Get ready to see your favorite museum with a fun and spooky twist. Come explore our Halloween themed exhibits, a mysterious haunted house and creepy science experiments. We’ll also have trick-or-treating, a costume parade and much, much more! Pre-registration is recommended. Online registration ends at 8:00 am on day of event. Tickets also available at the door. 75 N Water St., Poughkeepsie. (845) 471-0589. 5pm

Howlin' Halloween Trunk or Treat. October 27

Put your Halloween costumes on and join us for a night of family fun! Prizes will be given out for best costume and best decorated trunk! If you would like to participate as a "trunk" email riteshot21@gmail.com to reserve a spot. East Fishkill Town Hall, 330 NY-376, Hopewell Junction. 6pm

Halloween Wicked WeekendOctober 27 & 28

Join the cool kids for spooktacular fun for the kids on Friday and Saturday! Friday at 6:00 pm come to an outdoor movie night with all the fun and fixings. Bring your own chair but leave everything else to us. Saturday get up early to start the day with a fun hike through Vassar Farms at 10:00 am. Travel down the street at 12:00 pm for lunch and fun. Trunk or treat as you strut your stuff playing games and enjoying the day in your costume. Geneva’s Blues House Southern BBQ, 357 Hooker Ave, Poughkeepsie. (845) 366-3020

Halloween Costume Party. October 28

Get ready for a spooktacular night of thrills and chills at our annual Halloween Costume Party at Hyde Park Roller Magic. Put your knowledge to the test with thrilling trivia, show off your costume creativity and compete for the title of Best Costume at our costume party. We have an array of games and activities planned to keep the Halloween spirit alive all night long. Try your luck at our raffles for a chance to win some fantastic. 4178 Albany Post Rd Suite #666, Hyde Park (845) 229-6666. 7:30pm 

Hocus Pocus Parade & Events! October 27 & 28

Friday, 3-5pm - Black Cat Scavenger Hunt & Main St. Trick-or-Treating, Pick up scavenger hunt passports at participating stores. Get your passport stamped for every Hocus Pocus black cat you find in participating businesses. Prizes for the more you find! Saturday - all day - Black Cat Scavenger Hunt. Parade at 2pm. 2:30-5pm Monster Jam After Party at Memorial Park. Drinkds, treats, music, vendors, and games hosted near the pavilion. Costume contest with prizes.

Mall-O-Ween. October 30

Mall-O-Ween returns with a spooky night of mall trick-or-treating, costumes, raffles, magic shows, and more! Face painting with Sephora and Free photo ops with Hudson Valley’s Best! Poughkeepsie Galleria, 2001 South Rd, Poughkeepsie.

Orange County

Brick-or-Treat at LEGOLAND® New York. September 16, 23, October 1, 7-8,14-15,21-22, 28-29

Halloween just got a little more thrilling at LEGOLAND® New York! The LEGO®  Monster Party returns this year with live shows, limited-time attractions, and, of course, tons of Brick-or-Treating. Join us for some frighteningly fun entertainment on weekends throughout September and October– all included in regular day admission. Don’t forget your costume! LEGOLAND New York, 1 Legoland Way, Goshen. 10am

No Scare Kids Boo Barn & Trails. Saturdays, September 23 - October 28

Haunted farm with different attractions, food, fun, shopping, and music which can all be enjoyed before or after your scare experience! Walk through our Boo Barn without any live actors…just animatronics and cool things to see! Walk through our Halloween-decorated corn trail without any live actors….come see what it looks like during the daylight! Special Event Day is October 7th. The farm is growing pumpkins and will be ready soon!  There will also be carving stations so you can pick, carve, and stay awhile! Thunderbird Farms, 13 Van Sickle Rd., Pine Island. 10am

Twisted Tales: An Autumn Evening with Master Storyteller, Jonathan Kruk. September 24

Jonathan Kruk, will regale you with mysterious, creepy, and ghastly stories of ghosts from the Hudson River and Catskills. Enjoy some hot cider with friends as you stroll amidst the idyllic and historical church grounds, while the sound of fiddle music and the scent of cider donuts fills the air. All proceeds will go towards future Community Events in Washingtonville. 30 Goshen Avenue, Washingtonville. 4:30pm 

Nightmare On Werner. October 6-29; Fridays & Saturdays

"Nightmare on Werner" is a Terror Maze that has over 20 bone-chilling scenes straight from your worst nightmares! New terrifying beings have joined the nightmare cast of live characters, and fun new animatronics populate the maze. Non-Scare Day is October 29th. *Parents are free with paid child's admission during non- scare hours ONLY. If a child or adult has special needs, please contact us. We will do our best to accommodate your needs. 30 Werner Ave., Florida (845) 248-8172. 7pm

Spookley the Square Pumpkin. October 13 & 20

Take a short walk under the moonlight among the apple trees to an open field and watch Spookley the Square Pumpkin on a large outdoor screen (Bring a blanket!).  Each ticket provides parking, admission, and any size pumpkin of your choice in the pumpkin patch.  The farm market will be open for popcorn, drinks, and all our traditional farm goodies. Spookley the Square Pumpkin is a unique pumpkin that delivers a special message of tolerance and kindness that is just right for fall…and any time of the year! 101 Jessup Rd, Warwick (845) 987-7717. 5:30pm. 

Annual Haunted Firehouse. October 20-22

All are welcome as the creatures and spirits of darkness take over our firehouse. Guests can bring masks but we are no longer requiring them. Costumes may protect you but remember... WE MAKE HOUSE CALLS. This is a scary event, children under 10 are admitted at parents' discretion. KIDS HOUR on Saturday from 6pm-7pm. 2128 NY-94, Salisbury Mills. 7pm 

Trunk or Treat. October 20

Come join us for our annual Trunk or Treat event in Chadwick Park! 1702 NY-300, Newburgh. 6pm 

Annual Halloween PartyOctober 20

Haunted Hayride & Trail, DJ Dance Party with glowsticks, Costume Contest, First Responders’ Trunk or Treat. Kristi Babcock Memorial Park, 660 Mt. Airy Road, New Windsor. 6pm

Pumpkin Party in the ParkOctober 21

Music, trunk or treat (11:30am-1pm), vendors, pumpkin patch, decorated pumpkin (painted/carved) contest, face painting, and more! Sensory sensitive time is 11-11:30am

Annual Greater Monroe Trunk or Treat. October 21

Candy, music, food, hayrides, and pumpkin decorating. Don't forget to wear your family-friendly costume! 440 NY-208, Monroe. 6pm 

Halloween Festival. October 21

Get your scare on and get ready for a day of Spooktacular Halloween fun! We have a whole day of Halloween festivities planned for both the young and not-so-young. Bark Park Howlaween Costume Contest, trick-or-treating, parade, terror trail (scary and not scary). $5 Admission to enjoy the Trail, Hayrides, Bounce House, Movie, Vendors. Additional fee for face painting, axe throwing, and pumpkin bowling. Don’t fret if you don’t want to do the Terror Trail there will be plenty to do. There will be bounce houses, a movie hay rides, face painting, axe throwing, food, and drinks. There will be vendors as well as snacks and refreshments. Main St., Greenwood Lake. 10am 

No Scare Halloween!! October 21 & 22

A spooktacular weekend filled with Halloween-themed activities for the little ones! 1010 Route 17M, Monroe (845) 782-8247. 11am 

Witchingtonville 2023. October 21

Big surprises await you at our Witchingtonville Daytime Event… A family fun event, especially for the littles! Sensory-Friendly Event: 11am-11:30am. This fun-filled Fall event includes Trunk-or-Treating with Prizes for the best-decorated trunks! Fall-themed lawn games, hayrides, food trucks, and craft & merchandise vendors. Ahern Blvd, Washingtonville 11am 

Lynch & Co. 4th Annual Trunk or Treat for the special needs communityOctober 28

It's also officially time for our 4th Annual Trunk or Treat for the Special Needs Community of The Hudson Valley! This is a FREE event, Car Decorating Contest, Music, Popcorn, Ice Cream, Games, Prizes, and of course... Lots of CANDY!! If you have any questions or need to discuss any accommodations feel free to call/text/email 845-648-7111/mrsg.lynch@yahoo.com. 12pm

2023 Fair Oaks Drive-In Trunk or Treat. October 28

The film will be "HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA". Spooky-Themed Shorts at Dark Passes will be randomly given out for Best Costumes & Best Cars. While not decorating a car is required, we ask that all families attending participate in treat giving. Gates will open at 3:30 and we are limiting it to 100 cars. Tickets are now on sale. 365 Bloomingburg Rd, Middletown (845) 316-2266. 4:30pm 

6th Annual Trunk or Treat. October 28

It’s that time of year again! Join Town of Newburgh Emergency Medical Services as we celebrate our 6th annual trunk or treat event! We will provide many spooky & fun decorated cars, lots of candy, games, treats, and a spooky dance party! The event will take place at our bay. 97 S. Plank Rd., Newburgh 6pm 

I Spy Halloween Scavenger Haunt. October 28

Have some spook-tacular family fun as you sharpen your observation skills as you search for clues and other hidden surprises along the no-scare I SPY Halloween Trail! But keep your eyes open… you never know who -- or what -- you might meet during this special “scavenger haunt!” Find all the hidden items and receive a prize! This self-guided activity is a great way for families with little ghouls and goblins to celebrate Halloween, so don’t delay because it will surely be a scream! Costumes are encouraged! **Register for a time to begin your I SPY trail. Offered every half hour **You may only begin your trail during your 1/2 hour window- no early or late entry will be admitted. Muser Drive across from 174 Angola Road, Cornwall (845) 534-5506. 11am 

I Spy Halloween Scavenger HauntOctober 28

Have some spook-tacular family fun as you sharpen your observation skills as you search for clues and other hidden surprises along the no-scare I SPY Halloween Trail! But keep your eyes open… you never know who -- or what -- you might meet during this special “scavenger haunt!” Find all of the hidden items and receive a prize! This self-guided activity is a great way for families with little ghouls and goblins to celebrate Halloween, so don’t delay because it will surely be a scream! Costumes are encouraged! **Register for a time to begin your I SPY trail. Offered every half hour **You may only begin your trail during your 1/2 hour window- no early or late entry will be admitted. Hudson Highlands Nature Museum, Outdoor Discovery Center, Muser Drive across from 174 Angola Road, Cornwall. 11:30am

Sugar Loaf Halloween Festival and Trunk Or TreatOctober 28

Trick or treat yourself at the FREE Sugar Loaf Halloween Festival Trunk Or Treat at The Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center from 11am-1pm. Then attend the Halloween Festival from 1-5pm. The festival features a vendor village, a witches meet & greet, jack o'lantern contest, fall treats and bar, music and games, witches sorting ceremony, and lots more. Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center, 1351 Kings Hwy, Sugar Loaf.

Dance Party & Trick-or-Treating. October 31

Come join us to kick off our Mall Trick-or-Treating with some music and dancing fun! Show starts at 5:30pm. Trick or Treating starts at 6:30pm and while supplies last! Entertainment is geared toward children. 1401 Route 300, Newburgh (845) 564-1400. 5:30pm 

2023 Trunk or TreatOctober 31

Our Trunk or Treat event is FREE, FUN, and SAFE. Come check out decorated vehicles with trunks full of Candy. Come dressed in your costume and get ready to have some fun. There will be a Bouncy House, Live DJ, Fun Zone, and more. Church at the Bridge, 90 Broadway, between Liberty and Grand St.6pm

Ulster County

Headless Horseman Hayrides & Haunted Houses. September 23 & 30; Fri.-Sun. October 6-29

For over a century, the headless horseman has been trapped between our physical world and the spectral plane. He rides tirelessly on a quest to find his physical body, eliminating anyone who stands in his way. Deep in Crow Hollow’s cemetery, something sinister wakes from the earth. Go on a hayride, walk a haunted trail, visit 6 haunted houses, Mama Rose's Swamp Shack, Dr. Dark's Black Spider Side Show, a haunted corn maze, and a spooky walk-through maze. 778 Broadway, Route 9W, Ulster Park (845) 339-2666. 7:30pm 

A Tiny Taste of Terror. October 7 & 21

On Children's Day, the park tones down its scare level. You will enjoy a hayride and visit friendly characters along the way.  In addition, you will experience our Magic Moon Maze, Haunted Gardens, Witch Hazel's Halloween House, Dino Zone, enjoy music, and other surprises making this the perfect outing for families with young children. Please make reservations online and join us for this fun-filled event. 778 Broadway, Route 9W, Ulster Park (845) 339-2666. 11:30am 

Living History Cemetery Tour. October 7, 14, 21, 28

We are outside the Old Dutch Church in Kingston, New York. As night falls, and the guests gather, our ghosts light their lanterns and take their places. We are transported through space and time to join them in the liminal space of the graveyard to hear their stories… are they here in our time? Are we back in theirs? They speak to us and share the cries of their hearts that still linger in this realm. On Saturday night October 14th at 7 pm the cemetery tour will be part of The Burning of Kingston ceremony. Old Dutch Church, 272 Wall Street, Kingston. 7pm

Catskill Mountain Railroad Pumpkin Express. October 21, 22, 28, 29

With Halloween coming up the don't miss a chance to ride the Catskill Mountain Railroad Pumpkin Express Trains that have an added bonus - passengers will be able to select their own pumpkin to take home and decorate. Catskill Mountain Railroad-Kingston Station, 55 Kingston Plaza Rd., Kingston. 10am

Spookapalooza/FryteFest. October 20-22

Outdoor Fall Festival, come join us ghouls, goblins, sirens, and ghost pirates for food fun and a haunting experience. 249 Libertyville Road, New Paltz 7pm 

Halloween at the Animal Sanctuary. October 28

Visit Wayward Ranch Animal Sanctuary for our Halloween Open House and meet our rescue small animals, dogs, cats, pigs, goats, and equines! Tour our facility, learn about the rescue work we do, and see how to get involved! Come dressed in costume and participate in fun Halloween activities like trick or treating around the farm, pumpkin carving, and more! Wayward Ranch Animal Sanctuary, 30 Loosestrife Ln., Kerhonkson. (845) 626-1186. 12pm

Halloween Fest. October 28

The festivities start with the MyKingstonKids Halloween Parade leaving Kings Plaza near Hannaford Supermarket and will end at the Kingston YMCA on Broadway. All community organizations, businesses, churches, individuals, groups, and residents are welcome. Vehicles, walkers, and bands are encouraged!! Line up is at 1pm. Step off at 2pm. The MyKK Halloween Fest event is a family fun event great for all ages. Expect a great deal of special Halloween performances including singers, costumes, various types of music, magic, lots of dancing and so much more. The event also includes vendors, food, trick or treating, carnival games, activities and more. Rain date, Sun., Oct. 29 2pm. 1200 Ulster Ave, Kingston 2pm 

Haunted Library. October 28

Find out what happens at the library after hours. Costumes encouraged. 133 Farmers Tpke, Gardiner (845) 255-1255. 4:30pm 

Kids and Adults Trick or Treat in the Hamlet of Marlboro. October 28

Come stroll through the quaint hamlet of Marlboro, meet & greet many local business owners, civic/school groups and community organization representatives. Adults get a treat by receiving local business information /coupons / savings and kids get tasty treats. Marlboro. 2pm 

Palermo Big Band Halloween Show. October 28

Playing the music of Frank Zappa and more. 1348 Rte 9W, Marlboro. 7pm 

Huguenot Street Halloween Craft Fair & Scavenger HuntOctober 28 & 29

At HHS’s third annual Halloween Craft Fair & Scavenger Hunt, your child will have the opportunity to complete three spooky crafts, participate in a scavenger hunt of the National Historic Landmark District, and enjoy an array of Halloween treats and goodies. Children will take all crafts home and may choose between a bag of candy or an allergy-free, “teal pumpkin” approved bag of treats as their scavenger hunt prize. The ticket price includes a festive treat and a bag of Halloween goodies. Historic Huguenot Street, 81 Huguenot St, New Paltz. 10am

Sullivan County

Peace, Love & Pumpkins. October 13-29

Wind through our garden trails and marvel at thousands of unique hand-carved Jack-o-lanterns and glowing pumpkin art. Delight in displays featuring Woodstock festival icons, dinosaurs, mermaids, witches, and much more! Halfway through the walk, take a break to enjoy a drink, get a snack, warm up by the fire, and on select nights, hear live music! 200 Hurd Road, Bethel. 6:30pm. 

Spooky Sunday crafting series. October 15, 22, & 29

Kids will do a different Halloween craft each night. Tickets are $15 per child and include the potion and materials. Accompanying adult(s) who are not making a potion are not required to purchase a ticket. 200 Hurd Road, Bethel 6:30pm 

Halloween Themed Weekend. October 20-22 & 27-29

A Spooktacular Family Weekend in the Catskills! Frost Valley offers Halloween-themed weekends with pumpkin painting, Halloween crafts, and apple cidering. When the sun goes down, we have something for guests of all ages. Bring your costumes for a costume fashion show or the brave at heart can test their courage by walking through our haunted trail…if you dare! Halloween has never been so eerily exciting. Enjoy many of Frost Valley’s traditional fall activities like hiking, climbing, and canoeing as well. 2000 Frost Valley Rd, Claryville (845) 985-2291. 4pm 

Sensory Friendly Monday at Peace, Love & Pumpkins. October 23

Individuals of all ages with autism, complex developmental disabilities, or sensory sensitivities are welcome to experience our enchanting Halloween walk-thru experience during special sensory-friendly early hours before opening to the general public. Trained sensory-friendly staff will be present on the walk to help as needed. This experience will take place from 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM on Monday, October 23rd only. Caregivers will receive free entry, with a valid ID. 200 Hurd Road, Bethel 4:30pm 

Free Halloween Community Day. October 28

A FREE fun-filled day of fall activities like making apple cider and Halloween-themed crafts and an evening of spooktacular excitement on our haunted trail (if you dare)! Lunch and dinner included. Advance reservations are required. 2000 Frost Valley Rd, Claryville. 9am

Other counties

Sleepy Hollow Cemetery Daytime Tours. September 16, 17, 23, October 1, 7, 8, 15, 22, 29, November 5, 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26

Soak up the beauty of this 174-year-old cemetery while your guide regales you with stories of the fascinating people resting here in peace. Our two-hour daytime walk is the perfect way "to have a colloquy among the tombs" as Washington Irving, famous author of "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow", did himself back in 1849. Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, 540 N Broadway, Sleepy Hollow. 10am

Blaze: Hudson Valley. September 22-November 19

Experience the magic of more than 7,000 pumpkins illuminating the night at this 18th-century landscape. 525 S Riverside Ave, Croton-on-Hudson. 7:30pm 

Home of the 'Legend'. September 22-November 5

Visit the estate during the day to tour the author's home, watch an original shadow puppet film, enjoy games on the lawn, and view a special Legend exhibit. 3 W Sunnyside Ln, Tarrytown. 10am 

Sleepy Hollow Cemetery Evening Lantern Tours. September 23, October 2-5, 9-12, 16, 18, 23, 24

Step back in time and explore the cemetery by kerosene lantern light! This two-hour evening tour gives you a great overview of why Sleepy Hollow Cemetery is so famous. You'll visit titans of industry like Andrew Carnegie and William Rockefeller, meet Washington Irving whose famous short story gave our village its very name, see the resting place of two-term Chicago Mayor Walter Gurnee, and learn about two people vital to the success of Wells Fargo and American Express, and much more. Along the way, admire beautiful art, architecture, and cool cemetery symbolism. Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, 540 N Broadway, Sleepy Hollow. 7pm

Broadway Fright Night. October 1

A celebration of songs from musicals with supernatural, horror and sci-fi themes. Created and hosted by New York Casting Director Stephen DeAngelis, five of Broadway's finest vocalists will pay homage to Broadway and Off-most original, intriguing and terrifying characters in this all-new concert event. 1008 Brown St, Peekskill. 7pm 


Immerse yourself in the world of vintage Halloween as we bring together oddities, talented artists specializing in spooky, tantalizing treats, and a delicious food truck. Costumes are encouraged, so come dressed in your most haunting attire and participate in our thrilling costume contest. Discover a bewitching array of vintage treasures and modern creations that celebrate the spirit of Halloween past and present. This spine-tingling event is a must-visit for Halloween enthusiasts of all ages. 100 Whiting St, Winsted, CT. (860) 805-0701. 11am 

Scarrybrooke Park CT's Haunted Trail. October 13 & 14, 20 & 21

Prepare for the scare! Returning for its eighth year, CT's Haunted trail at Scarrybrooke Park returns with more fearsome delights for your walk through the park after dark! Our event is not ONLY a staple of the season for Western CT, but THE LONGEST attraction to walk in the state! 100 Still River Drive, New Milford (860) 799-6520. 6pm 

1st Annual Barktoberfest. October 14

Food Trucks, live music by Kristina Koller,  kids' activities, dog Halloween costume contest/parade, and dog adoptions from local rescues. We look forward to meeting you and your pups, and bringing the community together! **Prize awarded to the dog winner of the Halloween costume contest. Benefits the Peekskill Dog Community. Tompkins Baseball Field Park, 1801 Main Street, Peekskill. 11am

Legend of Sleepy Hollow Storytelling. October 22

Storyteller David Neilsen will perform a retelling of Washington Irving’s The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. This will be a fun, family event, featuring additional Halloween treats and activities for our guests. Join us for a memorable experience celebrating Halloween season in Sleepy Hollow! Suggested for age 8 and up due to slightly spooky content! David Neilsen’s captivating storytelling and mesmerizing one-man shows have enthralled audiences of all ages throughout the Tri-State area. 300 Riverside Dr, Sleepy Hollow (914) 332-5953. 11am & 12pm 

Teatown’s Enchanted Forest. October 28

Find out what trickster has bewitched the denizens of Teatown’s forest and work together to awaken them from their magical slumber. Together, we will enter the Enchanted Forest for a guided adventure featuring a cast of whimsical characters and familiar forest friends. Costumes are optional but encouraged! Keep it spooky but keep it safe by wearing comfortable shoes and clothing suitable for the weather. This event takes place outside. Please, no strollers or dogs. Tours depart promptly, so plan to arrive ten minutes before your scheduled time. 1600 Spring Valley Rd, Ossining (914) 762-2912. 10:30am 

Trunk or Treat: Firefighter Edition. October 28

Join Molly the Museum Dog and some of her closest firefighter friends for a unique event you will not soon forget. Joining Molly will be local firefighters with their decorated firetrucks giving out treats. Come inside the Museum and collect even more treats from the trunks in the Museum! Collect treats, play games, and vote for your favorite firetruck and trunk. Have a safe and spooky pre-Halloween celebration at the Museum! All activities, treats, and games are FREE and will be both indoors and outdoors (rain or shine– there will be a tent outdoors). FREE admission to the Museum will also be offered to all who attend this special event. RESERVATIONS ARE NOT REQUIRED FOR THIS EVENT. 117 Harry Howard Ave, Hudson. (518) 822-1875. 10am 

Last updated 10/5/2023

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