Halloweekend is upon us, and there are plenty of tricks and treats to be had this year. From pumpkin patches to trick or treating, here are the best children’s events going on in your neighborhood this year:

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Haunted High Line Halloween

High Line Park will be hosting a series of haunted events on Saturday October 29th. Join them at the 14th Street and 10th Avenue entrance for face painting, trick-or-treating, and an old time photo booth. You’ll even have a chance to learn about the history of the High Line at a series of pit-stops along the way.

The events will be held along the park between 14th Street and 16th, and each event is on a first come first served basis. For more information, visit High Line Park’s website.

Trick-Or-Treat & Something Sweet Pajama Party

Put on your spookiest PJs and join the NY K!ds Club at 4545 Center Boulevard for a night of festive fun! On October 29th, children will enjoy games, crafts, a haunted house, and a moonlit dance party. Dinner will also be served at the event. Tickets are $36 each and advanced registration is required. To purchase tickets and learn more about the party, visit their website.

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LIC Flea & Food Final Weekend Blowout Party

All good things must come to an end, and this includes LIC Flea & Food’s Outdoor Market. The outdoor market will be going out with a bang, celebrating its final weekend on Saturday October 29th and Sunday October 30th.

Join LIC Flea & Food in marking the end of a successful season with delicious food, brews, and the best flea market finds Queens has to offer. This year, the Flea is celebrating the best South American Cuisine in Queens with their special event, Los Días Deliciosos.

Queens food writer and founder of CHOPSTICKS+MARROW Joe DiStefano will be curating for these festivities. To see the list of vendors and learn more about LIC Flea & Food, visit their website.

Trick-or-Treat with Midtown East

On October 31st, our Midtown East residents can explore new parts of their neighborhood with help from the East Midtown Partnership. Stop by Tramway Plaza to pick up treat bags and a map, then stroll through the neighborhood collecting candy along the way. Once they’ve had their fill, kids can get their faces painted and strike a pose in the photo booth. 

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2nd Annual LIC Bulb Fest

Hunters Point Parks Conservancy invites you to join them on Saturday, October 29th as they plant 5,000 daffodil bulbs in Hunters Point South Park and Gantry State Plaza Park. The event will be held at the train tracks in Hunters Point, rain or shine.

Once they’ve planted their daffodil bulbs, children will be able to have their faces painted and enjoy refreshments from LIC Landing. For more information, visit the LIC Bulb Fest’s Facebook page.

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