Friday, October 14th – Sunday, October 16th – Brooklyn Horror Film Festival

If you’re up for a good scare this October, check out Brooklyn’s Horror Film Festival. The event will include films screenings throughout the weekend plus Q&As and panels with the filmmakers themselves! The festival will continue into the late hours with fun after events as well. Continue to check the festival’s website for location and venue announcements.

http://brooklynhorrorfest.com/

 

Saturday, October 15th – Sunday, November 19th : Urbanspace Broadway Bites

Head over to Greeley Square on 32nd and Broadway for a delicious line-up of NYC food trucks and vendors because Broadway Bites is back for the fall season! Vendors will include food industry veterans like The Truffleist, Bar Suzette, and Hai Street Kitchen & Co. Don’t forget to stop by Douhmuttery for a bag of scrumptious little, instagram worthy doughnuts! Also keep your eyes open for a few new food startsup such as Boil Boil Ramen and Bunk Sandwiches.

http://urbanspacenyc.com/broadway-bites/

 

Saturday, October 22nd (12:00pm) – The Annual Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade

Let your favorite pup participate in the Halloween festivities this month by bringing them to the Annual Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade! Each year hundreds of dogs participate and strut their stuff in funky threads. No need to pre-register. Even if you don’t have a pup, this is an adorable you parade you don’t want to miss. Who wouldn’t love seeing a French bulldog decked out as a Gotham City superhero!

http://www.tompkinssquaredogrun.com/halloween/

 

Monday, October 31st (7:00pm): 2016 43rd Annual Parade

Celebrate this Halloween where all the action is – West Village! NYC will be hosting its 43rd annual parade whichs runs from 7-10:30pm. If you want to line up to participate in the parade then get your best costume on and head to 6th avenue and Canal Street at 6:30pm. The parade will march up 6th avenue from Spring Street to 16th Street.

www.halloween-nyc.com/