Halloween at Brooklyn Public Library

From costume parties and crafts, to monster mashes and movies--check out what your neighborhood library has in store for Halloween!


Thursday, October 31

Halloween Show and Party
Jessie and the Case of the Missing Candy: Jessie, a young detective, must solve an important Halloween-inspired mystery in this song- and dance-filled adventure. Arts & crafts party to follow.

Bay Ridge Library
Program Type: Kids

Scary Stories!
East Flatbush Library

Program Type: Kids

Halloween Arts & Crafts
Get into the Halloween spirit by creating fun crafts.

Macon Library
Program Type: Kids

Halloween Costume Party
Hear spooky stories, do a craft and the best costume wins a prize!
Brower Park Library
Program Type: Kids

Kids' Halloween Party
Prizes for best costumes
Rugby Library
Program Type: All ages

Halloween Spooktacular
Kensington Library

Program Type: All ages

Night of the Living Dead
George A. Romero's classic horror film is credited with inventing the character of the zombie in popular culture and the zombie movie genre. A group of survivors try to ride out a siege of undead monsters, trapped in a Pennsylvania farmhouse. Shot inexpensively and extremelycontroversial upon its release, it is terrifying and raw, as shocking and spooky as the day it was filmed. (Black & white, 1968.) Perfect for Halloween!

Central Library
Dweck Center
Program Type: Adults