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Halloween Fun in Lincoln Square

Oct 17, 2018
Halloween Fun in Lincoln Square

Look no further than Lincoln Square to celebrate this spooky season with culture, entertainment, and special sweet treats!

In the Concert Hall at the New York Society for Ethical Culture (2 West 64th Street), The Laurie Berkner Band (a former Winter's Eve performer) will put on a special Monster Boogie Halloween Concert on Saturday, October 20 at 3:00pm. The show will feature some the band's popular kiddie tunes plus some spooktacular Halloween songs. Attendees are encouraged to dress in costumes and bring their favorite stuffed animals. Tickets begin at $39. Click here for more details. 

On Wednesday, October 31 at 1:00pm, join the New York Library for the Performing Arts for a holiday-themed edition of Dance Historian with a special guest host and some spooky treats from the Dance Division's vault. The Dance Historian program is a free monthly screening of dance films and videos from the Library's collection. Click here to reserve your seat.

Celebrate Halloween in Damrosch Park with tickets to the show Halloween: Under the Big Top hosted by Voss Events and The Big Apple Circus. On Wednesday, October 31 at 8:00pm, Ringmaster Bianca Del Rio will be joined in the ring by a multitude of spooky and deadly circus acts with special guests Violet Chachki and Kameron Michaels from RuPaul's Drag Race. Tickets begin at $49 and VIP options include a private mingle with the queens and access to the private VIP tent. 

For sweet and ghostly goodies, visit IT'SUGAR (1879 Broadway) for classic and novelty candies perfect for trick-or-treating, Sugarfina (The Shops at Columbus Circle) with special boutique candies themed for the holiday, or Whole Foods Market (The Shops at Columbus Circle) to pick up bulk treats and pumpkin goodies for Halloween. You can also order Halloween themed cookies and other sweet finger foods for your guests or a party from Williams-Sonoma (The Shops at Columbus Circle). Williams-Sonoma is also offering some discounts on Halloween bakeware and goodies. For any parties you might be hosting or joining, you can also pick up a jack-o-lantern cake or themed cookies from Épicerie Boulud. Plus, grab a fun children's costume from Century 21 (1972 Broadway). 

Happy Halloween!

Photo credit: Williams-Sonoma