It's Halloween!

Oh, I can't tell you how much I wanted to be the girl in this video.  As a child of the 80s, "Thriller" is one of my all-time favorite videos as well is yours I'm sure and will forever be one of the most played songs on Halloween. 

Back to reality.  Finally, the day many of you have been waiting for.  To make this a safe and memorable day, click here to learn a few tips shared on one of the school district website.

After all of the school parades and parties have ended, don't forget to stop by the library and Village Hall before heading out to trick 'o treat.

Henry Waldinger Memorial Public Library

Halloween Babies Storytime
Time: 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Children ages 3 months to 4 years old with a caregiver are invited to enjoy a Halloween story, songs, and treats.  Come in costume!
Call (516) 825-6422 to register

Annual Children's Room Halloween Parade
Time: 4 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Children's 4 and up are welcome to participate in the halloween parade, story, songs, and treats. 
Clal (516) 825-6422 to register.

Halloween @ Valley Stream Village Hall
Festivities include fun, games, hayrides, candy, juice, cookies, and pictures!
Times: 4 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. (events occur in 30 min. increments)
Reservations required: (516) 256-0468 or 872-6033

Elmont Memorial Public Library
Kids in Motion Halloween Costume Parade
6 Months to Preschool
Music & Movement to enjoy with your little ones.  Wear your costume!
To register: (516) 354-5280

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  1. The whole bridal party did the Thriller dance at Jarred and Genevieve's wedding! We rehearsed for months. It. Was. Epic.

  2. 31st October's night is for Halloween therefore for kids too. Kids wear new costumes and make fun. This is quite a different way of entertainment.