Still haven’t sorted out your Halloweekend plans? Luckily, the neighborhood has enough options that you can find something to please everyone in your crew without even having to worry about weekend MTA service.
From pooches to parent-friendly activities and beyond, see how you can celebrate Halloween right here in Greenpoint and Williamsburg.
Tarot & Angel Card Reading
Head into the holiday weekend with the right vibes after a card reading at Gem House Salon’s pop-up event, plus a drink from their pumpkin bar (serving up kombucha and more). Book yours here.
When: October 29, 4pm to 7pm
Where: 35 Greenpoint Ave
Dulce o Dinero? (Candy or Money?) Opening Reception & Photo Booth
Celebrate the neighborhood’s Halloween history with El Museo de Los Sures’ newest photo exhibit. See the holiday chronicled on the Southside between 2000 and 2010 and join the opening reception on Friday. Then on Halloween, stop by for candy and immortalize the occasion with a picture from the photo booth.
When: Opening reception on October 29, 6pm to 9pm; Photo booth on October 31, 2pm to 6pm
Where: 120 S 1st St
Spice up your celebrations with a super-hot brunch courtesy of Edy’s Grocer in conjunction with Shaquanda’s. While supplies last, enjoy pomegranate braised short rib hash, coconut turmeric overnight oats, and more in support of the Ali Forney Center.
When: October 30 at 9am
Where: 136 Meserole St
Greenpoint Children’s Halloween Parade and Spooktacular Party 2021
Don’t miss the return of Town Square’s annual Halloween parade for costumed kids of all ages. The parade will march down Manhattan Ave towards Nassau Ave and back to return to the Spooktacular Party. Enjoy an hour of arts and crafts, carnival games, live music, a bouncy house, and more fun for the whole family. The parade is free, but get your tickets to the Spooktacular here.
When: October 30, 10am to 3pm (Parade at 12pm)
Where: 24 Greenpoint Ave
Halloween Tattoo Event
Get some fresh ink, tasty BBQ (including vegetarian options), and good drinks in honor of the holiday at Three Kings Tattoo. Don your best Halloween costume for a chance at a gift card to make your new $31 (+ $9 tip) flash tattoo even sweeter.
When: October 30, 11am to 9pm
Where: 572 Manhattan Ave
Between Halloween debauchery, take some time for yourself with a costumed yoga class by Pilates BKLYN featuring plant-based candy bars from GIGANTIC! and other sweet treats from Unreal Snacks.
When: October 30 and 31 at 11am
Where: 1150 Manhattan Ave (Greenpoint Beer)
Rowhouse Glow Row
Break a sweat during a rowing class complete with a black light, fog machine, and pumping music at Rowhouse Williamsburg. This all-levels class is beginner friendly and includes bodyweight and dumbbell exercises. Book your class here.
When: October 31 at 11am
Where: 51 S 3rd St
Halloween Trick or Treat
Get your tricks and treats at family-run spice company Greenpoint Trading. For six hours, they’ll be passing out candy at the shop.
When: October 31, 12pm to 6pm
Where: 65a West St
McGhoulrick Dogs Halloween Parade
Experience literal tricks and treats with your favorite furry friends during McGolrick Dogs’ special parade through McGolrick Park, with costumes encouraged for both dogs and humans. Doggie bags of treats will also be provided.
When: October 31 at 1pm
Where: McGolrick Park Dog Run (corner of Driggs Ave and Russell St)
Berry Street Garden Party
Take in some ghoulish animated props, blow-up characters, and handcrafted decorations made by garden members during the creative, family-friendly event.
When: October 31, 1pm to 8pm
Where: 303 Berry St
North Brooklyn Mutual Aid’s Berry Spooky Halloween Party
Come together with your community for a special, spooky social complete with music, candy, and crafts organized by NBK Mutual Aid and the North Brooklyn Open Streets Coalition.
When: 1pm to 4pm
Where: Berry open street between S 2nd and S 3rd Sts
Give your pup some options this year — the Brooklyn Pawffice is also hosting a dog costume contest. The event will also have human candy, snacks, and drinks. RSVP for your spot here.
When: October 31, 3pm to 6pm
Where: 522 Grand St
Last Place on Earth Halloween Extravaganza
Don’t miss the party that has everything when Last Place on Earth hosts its annual Halloween bash featuring tarot readings, live music and comedy, pumpkin carving, a dance party, a costume contest, and much, much more. Leading up to the big day, Last Place on Earth is also screening classic movies like Hocus Pocus.
When: October 31 at 7pm
Where: 531 Graham Ave