Some might say 2020 has been frightening enough, but local groups and organizations are doing what they can to bring the Halloween fun to the North End / Waterfront this year! Read below for your guide to this year’s spooky season.
Tuesday, October 27
2:15PM: NEMPAC Halloween Community Dance Class. Join Dance Director Amanda Teneriello Yazinka in this 45-minute Halloween community dance class outside. Full of fun music and dance games; dress up in your Halloween costumes and dance as another character! Registration required. $5 for currently enrolled NEMPAC students; $15 for non-NEMPAC students. Children under the age of 4 must be accompanied by an adult.
Friday, October 30
Beacon Hill Civic Association (BHCA) Virtual “Halloween on the Hill”. Due to COVID-19, the BCHA will not be organizing trick-or-treating this year and will not be closing the streets as was done in the past. Instead they will be offering fun virtual activities on Friday afternoon, October 30.
- 4:30PM: Virtual Halloween on the Hill for Kids. Join us for a virtual Halloween costume party! Spooky Halloween stories will be told, interactive games will be played, and more.
- 5:30PM: Virtual Halloween on the Hill for Grown Ups. Join us for a virtual Halloween costume party! Listen to some spooky Beacon Hill Halloween history and connect with your neighbors and friends.
Saturday, October 31
1:45PM: Halloween-themed Opera from the Balcony. Hosted by the North End Music & Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC) and Tresca. Come and listen in person wearing your mask on Hanover St. or online on NEMPAC’s Facebook Live stream.
North End Trick-or-Treating. The North End Waterfront Mothers’ / Fathers’ Association (NEWMA) is once again sponsoring neighborhood trick-or-treating. NEWMA is encouraging both residents and local businesses to participate in the Teal Pumpkin Project, offering non-food treats in addition to traditional candy. Read more here.
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