Halloween Havoc comes to Lynbrook for its sixth year

October 26, 2012 by  

Ahead of all the bell ringing and door knocking that will be descending on Lynbrook this Halloween, the village is already getting in the mood. Returning for its sixth outing, the Halloween Havoc event is set to be another fun time had by all ages.

The annual event will take place on Atlantic Avenue once again this year, on Sunday, October 28. The road will be closed for a fair few hours to be decorated with spooky signs and to put up the banner printing efforts undertaken.

Following the success of last year’s event, an extra hour has been added to proceedings. With a noon start as normal, the havoc now ensues right through until 3:00 pm.

That should leave plenty of time for households of the village to ready themselves for the trick-or-treating that will surely be coming as the darkness descends.

As well as the ever-popular spooky walk, poster printing is likely to have been used by the organisers to advertise the other activities taking place. A bounce house is on offer, complete with slide, while other fun activities include pumpkin and cookie decorating.

A magician will keep the kids entertained too, while anyone wanting to start the day even earlier can take part in the costume parade at 11:30 am, which works its way up to the goings-on from Earle Avenue.

Should rain try and dampen things, everyone is invited to reconvene on Monday, October 29, at Greis Park from 3:00 pm through 6:00 pm.