Looking for some costume inspiration or curious to see what the Slope looks like on Halloween?
The homemade, DIY costume is easy - all it takes is a little time and inspiration. Here are some tips to get you started on a creative costume!
Here are some humorous tips for Halloween survival...
Papier mâché creations: limited only by the imagination (and the laws of physics). For committed do-it-youselfers, papier mâché is the costume craft of choice. It's pliable,easy and kid-friendly, plus it's fun to watch your ideas take shape.
Is it your first Halloween in the 'hood? Here is the spooktacular scoop on having a great Halloween with very small children.
You can make something wonderful (or at least socially acceptable) with as little as a few plastic bags and a snuggie. Here are some of the last minute costume ideas we came up with.
Halloween in the Slope is lots of fun but it comes with its own unique set of challenges - like how to tell your Princess Leia and Spiderman from the 400 other princess Leias and Spidermen. Here are our top tips for making our urban Halloween safe and fun.
The Hallowen Parade this year was Grrrrrrrreeeeat! Thanks to all the folks & families who made the evening a success. Great fun was had by all and the costume this year were some of the best! Click HERE to view photos from the night.
Over the years, pop up costume shops and stores selling Halloween gear have been available at the following Brooklyn locations:
Face painting is almost always a hit with the 3-8 year old set. Hiring a face painter can be expensive, but they bring all the equipment and it's good stuff. You can also decide to try your own hand at making it happen.
Please fill out the registration form here (you need to print this off, fill it in, and drop it off) and read the Halloween Contest Costume Rules below.