Immigrant Women’s student’s network monthly potluck and discussion 12:15 pm, the Women’s Center and The Exchange are hosting a Potluck (noodles, rice, and dumplings) (vegetarian options available) and all are welcome to join at 227 Ingersoll Hall Extension.
Here are some great fun Halloween events for Monday October 30 and before. The Gravesend End Inn, A Haunted Hotel. NY City College of Technology engineering students made a haunted house which I have been to past Halloweens. There are several rooms you walk through and even though you know it is amusement and know there’ll be a surprise, you still will be shocked. Spoiler alert: When you exit you go into a theater where you see yourself on film. You can ask them to replay it to see yourself scared again. It is open many days before Halloween. $5 for students others $10, 186 Jay Street Voorhees Theatre, 186 Jay Street (north of Tillary), Brooklyn, NY, (718) 260-5592 for recorded information. http://www.gravesendinn.com/schedule.html. http://www.citytech.cuny.edu/news/images/GravesendInn.pdf. Videos, spoiler alert: some may still be used today, http://www.gravesendinn.com/archives.html.
The Village Halloween Parade Monday, October 30. If you can’t be there it is broadcast live on NY1 at 6th Avenue, north of Spring Street to 16th Street from 7-9:30 pm, https://www.halloween-nyc.com/.
Visit Salem, Massachusetts and many events before Halloween http://www.hauntedhappenings.org/.
There are also parades in Coney Island and 7th Avenue, Brooklyn. All year the restaurant/bar Dr. Jekyll and Hyde has a Halloween décor at 91 7th Ave S, Manhattan.
Village Voice picks: Best of food http://www.villagevoice.com/best-of/2016/food/best-bar-your-quirky-uncle-would-love-9242697
Best nightlife http://www.villagevoice.com/best-of/2016/nightlife
Best culture http://www.villagevoice.com/best-of/2016/culture
Best sports and recreation http://www.villagevoice.com/best-of/2016/sports-and-recreation