Who isn’t excited about Halloween? It lands on a Saturday and we have so many parades, crafts and other Halloween festivities going on locally to celebrate! Check them out here:
The Great Pumpkin Carve-Out
The Watershed in Pennington (Hopewell) is hosting a pumpkin carving event for visitors 10 and up. Visitors will be carving jack-o’-lanterns to donate to the Nature of the Night Halloween hike. Bring your own pumpkin. Admission free.
Market Fair is hosting treats, Music with the amazing Mr.Ray (for Kids), Face Painting & Crafts. Treat bags for the first 400 registrants! 12-2pm
Hopewell Boro Halloween Parade
The Ladies Auxillary host this annual parade. Kids line up at 12:30 near the train station then parade down to the Fire Station for a little more fun, a goodie bad and a costume contest! Parade starts at 1pm.
“The Art of the Zombies” (Montgomery)
This drawing workshop for 6-12th graders held at the Mary Jacobs Library in Rocky Hill. Register ahead of time: 609-924-7073 ext 5″The Art of the Zombies” is a drawing workshop for 6-12th graders held at the Mary Jacobs Library in Rocky Hill. Register ahead of time: 609-924-7073 ext 5
Hometown Halloween Parade (Princeton)
Dress up and meet at Palmer Square at 5pm. The Parade ends at Hinds Plaza and there will be live music and a showing of the movie “Home” in the Community room at the library.
Princeton Ghost Hunt (Princeton)
These hunts happen frequently but what a great way to spend Halloween. Pick up your EMF reader while you visit the University campus and the locked cemetery at the Presbyterian Church, listen to stories of the past and do some real ghost hunting! $25 pp Hosted by Princeton Tour Company
The Watershed is offering Ghoul School for Children 7-10. Come study “creepy chemistry” with science experiments. Costumes welcome 1-3pm. $20