Own October With These Jersey Shore Events
The Downtown Toms River Scarecrow Walk is back. Come downtown and vote for your favorite scarecrow. Scarecrows are on display from October 15th through October 31st along Washington Street. Participating stores will have ballots.
Haunted Hayrides and Haunted Village happen this Friday and Saturday at the Historic Village at Allaire. Tickets sell out early, so if you’re thinking of going, get in on that ticket action pretty quickly.
Bradley Beach Sidewalk Sale happens on Saturday. Shop store and restaurant specials all day.
Asbury Park Ghosts & Legends Tours take place this weekend. A 90 minute walk combining history and myth. Tours depart from the Paranormal Book store on Cookman Avenue in Asbury Park.
Downtown Toms River Harvest Arts Festival happens on Saturday with live music, craft vendors, food vendors, a beer and wine garden, activities for the kids and more. 11 AM – 5 PM on Washington Street.
Saturday, grab the kids and some blankets and maybe some hot cocoa as the Fall Movie Series kicks off at Festival Plaza in Pier Village, Long Branch this Saturday at 7 PM. This week with Goonies.
Brick Township’s Fall Fest, on Saturday at Windward Beach Park with live music, activities for the kids, fire pits, rides, hay maze, food trucks, fireworks and more. Rain Date October 20th.
OktoberFest with Food Trucks & Fire Pits goes on this weekend at Laurita Winery.
Keyport Ghost Tour, a leisurely, lantern-lit walk through Keyport happens this Saturday. Hear stories of the history and hauntings. Tours meet at the mini-park across from Espresso Joe’s on West Front Street.
Boo at the Boardwalk takes place this Saturday and Sunday at Jenkinson’s Boardwalk and Aquarium with trick-or-treating, crafts, games, pumpkin patch, beach maze, underwater pumpkin carving, kiddie rides, and more.
Bradley Beach Annual Scarecrow Festival happens on Saturday in Riley Park with Crafts, vendors, kids activities, build your own scarecrow, live music and more. 3 – 8 PM.
The Jay & Silent Bob Reboot Roadshow happens on Saturday night at the Paramount Theatre in Asbury Park.
The 72nd Annual Red Bank Halloween Parade takes place on Sunday. Lineup and judging begin at 1 PM at the corner of Irving and Arthur Place, stepping out on Broad Street at 2 PM, and walking to White Street parking lot.
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