It’s all about the Halloween festivities this weekend around the Adirondacks! See all the happenings below, including for Halloween day, Monday.
Halloween & Fall Fun Over the Weekend
Inlet Volunteer Emergency Services and Inlet Community Church have teamed up to make this trunk or treat happen. The parade will follow, and there’s also a Costume Contest.
The third annual Harvest Halloween Festival at Hunter Way Farm in Moriah includes a vendor sale, costume contest, a kid-friendly Halloween trail, and a haunted barn.
Up Yonda Farm in Bolton Landing is hosting a trunk-or-treat with pumpkin decorating and more fun.
October 29 & 30
The Fall Craft Fair in Dannemora comprises a chili cookoff, food trucks, and other specialty food items, along with homemade crafts and gifts for sale.
October 29 – 31
Come see Essex transform into a Halloween lover’s dreamland, with pumpkin carving, a kid-friendly scavenger hunt, music, dancing, s’mores around the campfire, and more.
through October 31
HalloweenFest has been going on all week in Ticonderoga, with a schedule packed with pumpkins and haunted happenings. Activities slated for this weekend include Halloween stories and crafts at the library, a trunk or treat in nearby Hague, a pumpkin walk and campfire in Bicentennial Park, a haunted trail at the elementary school, and a zombie run.
Halloween Festivities on Monday the 31st
If you’re heading out on the actual holiday…
Check out the scarecrow contest in addition to trick-or-treating for Halloween fun in Raquette Lake.
Downtown trick-or-treating starts at 3pm in Saranac Lake, but that’s not all. The fun also includes a costume contest (and a chance to get featured in the Adirondack Daily Enterprise), plus a Halloween party at the Adirondack Carousel.
The young witches and warlocks of Warrensburg will be marching from Hudson Headwaters to Warrensburg Elementary School, with a costume contest to follow.
The Halloween parade in Brant Lake starts at The Hub and proceeds to the Horicon Town Hall parking lot for hot dogs and beverages. The trunk-or-treat will follow.
This trunk-or-treat takes place at Johnsburg Central School, with proceeds from trunk-or-treat vendors going to their parent teacher organization.