Wow, Halloween sure did sneak up on me this year. Last year, I was so prepared ordering all our costumes in advance from http://www.costumeexpress.com/ … we dressed up as a Star Wars Family. This Halloween, I barely was able to get Karate Boy’s costume, Snake Eyes Ninja in time for all the festivities. He was able to attend Ghouls & Ghourds last week , as well as trick or treat with his class this past Friday….look out for photographs of all our Halloween adventures on Monday. Yesterday like a wild woman, I scurried over to Ricky’s Halloween pop-up store, there is a location in Park Slope Brooklyn..http://www.rickyshalloween.com/ . After one hour of intense searching, I found my Halloween costume, a flapper girl from the roaring 20′s…. my inspiration came from one of my favourite new shows, Broad-walk on HBO. As of this time, writing this post, The Epicurean Man is still not sure what his costume will be, he has a few hours to figure it out, tonight we attend a fabulous Halloween, Voodoo Bash.
Our Halloween agenda for tomorrow ( I am listing all the info , if anyone wants to join us) :
Come in your Halloween costume!
Go green this Halloween. Please bring your own bag for trick-or-treating.
Admission is $10 per person ($9 for Museum Members). Special Monster Meal packages (choice of dino nuggets or hamburger, fries, and a soda), which include admission, are available for $19 ($18 Members). Reserve your tickets today. Purchase online or call 212-769-5200 Tickets also available at the door.
Please enter at the Museum’s main entrance on Central Park West at 79th Street, the lower level entrance beneath the stairs to the main entrance, the Weston Pavilion entrance on Columbus Avenue and 79th Street, or the Rose Center for Earth and Space on 81st Street between Central Park West and Columbus Avenue.
BAM is pleased to announce the ninth annual BAMboo! Halloween celebration, which will take place on Sunday, October 31st from 2—5pm. The event features games, candy giveaways, a costume contest, and other fun-filled activities for kids. BAMboo!, sponsored by Target, is free and open to the public and will be held in front of the BAM Peter Jay Sharp Building at 30 Lafayette Avenue between Ashland Place and St. Felix Street in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. The BAMboo! festivities begin at 2pm with carnival games, Halloween-themed arts and crafts, and storytelling. Throughout the event, costumed BAM employees will distribute free trick-or-treat bags filled with tempting sweets and gifts. The celebration will culminate in a costume contest with prizes awarded for the most creative attire. For information and updates call 718.636.4100 or visit http://www.bam.org