Dress up in your costumes for some family-friendly fun... plus the downtown shops stay open!

A little free, old-fashioned mischief is coming to Asbury Park this Sunday evening, November 1st.  The Jack O’lantern Festival will take place in Kennedy Park (104 Grand Ave.at Cookman Ave.) from 5 pm to 7 pm. Registration is encouraged by CLICKING HERE.

Local businesses will even be carving specialty pumpkins to showcase their skills and their Halloween spirit.

So come on out for this special evening in Asbury Park -- a city that loves Halloween!. Wander through 'Witches Hollow' in Kennedy Park for the Jack O'Lantern carving and festival, then dine at one of the amazing restaurants and stroll through the downtown shops to top off your Halloween weekend !

Other events for the evening include Ghost in the Graveyard with Kathy Kelly at The House of Independents. Tickets for the evening of “tall tales and true tales” are available by CLICKING HERE. (This event was originally scheduled for Oct. 30th but has been moved to Sunday, Nov. 1st.)

Brought to you by the Paranormal Museum, House of Independents, Parlor Gallery and the Asbury Park Business Committee, Bianca Freda  --Co-Chairperson of the Business Committee says,

“A lot of Halloween has had to change, but we figured we could all pull together and have a fun old fashioned event.  The Jack O’ Lanterns will all be carved by local volunteers and the park set up will be maintained by local citizens. If we have learned nothing else during the pandemic we have learned that little things can mean a lot!”

 

So come out and have some fun. The festival is free but donations will be accepted for a great cause: Asbury Park Dinner Table  is a non-profit that has been feeding those in need since Covid began.

Masks and social distancing are required for this event.

For more info send an email to: Kathy@paramormalbooksnj.com or call 732-455-3188.

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