Everything You Need to Know About Halloween in Farmingdale

Activities, contest, decorated homes, safety tips and more.

It's the weekend before Halloween and Farmingdale is full of activities for the sweet and spooky holiday. Click the links below for a guide to everything you need to know about celebrating Halloween locally.

Have something to add? Log in and post it in the comments.

There are activities happening for all ages this weekend. There's pumpkin picking, a seven acre corn maze, a haunted mansion and more at , a haunted house at , costume bowling at , a Rag-a-Muffin parade in the historic Halloween fun at the , trick-or-treating at , a costume party at and more. Click on the link above for a complete list.

Patch and Heidi Klum have joined together to find the most creative kids’ Halloween costumes in the country. Upload photos of your kids in their costumes to the photo gallery here to enter the contest. The Grand Prize? Patch will donate $1,031 to a local charity of the winner's choice and will whisk the winners to New York or Los Angeles for a two day, three night trip for two that includes a meet and greet with Heidi. Nine runners up will also get a $1,031 donation from Patch to a local charity of their choice.

Entries must be made by the parent or legal guardian of the child photographed and submissions must be uploaded before 9 p.m. on Halloween night (Oct. 31).

Make sure to read these important safety tips issued by the Nassau County Police Department before heading out to trick-or-treat this weekend and on Monday. Also join in a discussion about parenting around Halloween and the safety concerns you have in this week's

Decorated Homes
During Halloween season front lawns become graveyards, porches grow spider webs and ghosts live in windows. Haunt us with pictures of your Halloween displays in Farmingdale. Click on the "Submit" button in the link above to add photos of homes around the area to our photo gallery.

UPDATE: The Rotary's Rag-a-Muffin parade scheduled for Saturday has been cancelled due to the weather. There are parades scheduled within the school district on Monday. Click the link above for information about all the local Halloween parades.


More »
Got a question? Something on your mind? Talk to your community, directly.
Note Article
Just a short thought to get the word out quickly about anything in your neighborhood.
Share something with your neighbors.What's on your mind?What's on your mind?Make an announcement, speak your mind, or sell somethingPost something