Halloween Monday, Oct. 31, trick-or-treating starts roughly at 4 p.m., coinciding with the 4 p.m. Cobble Hill Park Halloween Parade. Jammed-packed with babies, kids and adults showing off their costumes, there’s usually some live music that parades around the park. It’s pretty packed, so come prepared!
Some good trick-or-treating/Halloween display sites include up and down State Street in Brooklyn Heights, as well as 1st Street between Smith and Hoyt in Carroll Gardens.
From 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.: Halloween at the Parlor–“Scotto Funeral Home puts the “Fun” in Funeral”
Scotto Funeral Home, Court and First Place
Scotto Funeral Home staff and friends dish out more than 95 pounds of candy. Funeral Director John Heyer II will gather his cast of vampires, devils, witches and more to display Carroll Garden’s love for Halloween. Returning this year will be the hand-carved wooden coffin, imported from Italy, filled with treats as well as the skulls, fog, lights, inflatable scenes and some spooky new additions.