Park Slope Children's Halloween Parade

7th Avenue & 14th Street

The Park Slope Civic Council's annual Children's Halloween Parade is the largest parade for kids in the United States, and sees costumed children tromping down the neighborhood's main thoroughfare, 7th Avenue, from 14th to 3rd Streets, and ending up ... more

The Park Slope Civic Council's annual Children's Halloween Parade is the largest parade for kids in the United States, and sees costumed children tromping down the neighborhood's main thoroughfare, 7th Avenue, from 14th to 3rd Streets, and ending up at the Old Stone House. The parade is preceded by a costume contest at 4pm with categories that range from "best classic character" to "best use of materials."


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7th Avenue & 14th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11215
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