Long Island Child Psychologist – Children and Family Halloween Activities on Long Island
Fall-fun is finally here and it’s the right time to plan for a super exciting Halloween activities and parties in Long Island. This Halloween don’t just stay at home! Rather step out in your fabulous Halloween outfits with family and kids to have ultimate fun and enjoyment. Here, at Long Island, there are many activities going on that you may love to participate. Here we list all the top events this fall on Long Island.
Unlimited Family Festivals
There are various family festivals going on from September to October, which are fun-filled and exciting. From pumpkin picking to interesting carnival games, all these festivals are sure to fill your mind with relaxation and joys. Some of the top recommended upcoming festivals are; Long Island Fair, Apple Festival, Oyster Festival, Halloween Festival and many such more.
Rise of the Jack O’ Lanterns at Old Westbury Garden
The awe-inspiring and mesmerizing exhibition of lantern lights with hand carved jack-o- lanterns created by professional artists, 3D sculptured pumpkins, and so much more. The trees and path this year will be a full of light and illumination to create an aura of its own kind.
Ghostly Gala at Long Island Children’s Museum
The Long Island Children Museum is organizing in Garden City, a stunning ‘Ghostly Gala’ for your family and kids on October 26, 2019. There will be many super-fun activities for you and your kids such as decorating goody bags, trick or treats, face painting, meeting live animals, listening to spooky music and making spooky crafts. There is an additional ‘Scaredy-Cat Scarecrow Show’, with amazing magic, bubbles, comedy and music show.
A Kooky Spooky Halloween
A fabulous family Musical about a ghost who is afraid of dark but must leave his spooky home on a haunting quest with his pals, A Kooky Spooky Halloween, is a must see this year for the ultimate enjoyment of the season. The show will be starting on October 5, 2019, till October 20th.
Halloween fun at Stew Leonard’ in East Meadow and Farmingdale
Stew Leonard’s East Meadow located at 1897 Front ST. as well as Farmingdale at Airport Plaza; both stores are hosting Halloween Happenings all through the month of October. Children are requested to show off their best Halloween costumes with trick and treat activity thorough-out the store. Children will collect a map from customer service and use the map to hunt for the treats.
Many of these events offer accommodations for children with autism and other physical and mental handicaps. Call ahead to arrange any additional help from the venue.