This family friendly event will takes place the last two weekends in October from 6:30-9:30pm at the Tanglewood Preserve in Rockville, Centre. Seventeen acres is transformed into a family friendly, Halloween event. Wooded paths, exhibits and festivities on the preserve will be transformed for Halloween, with eerie lighting, special effects and characters along the way. Everything is perfectly spooky and a little scary. Creatures of all kinds inhabit the woods, the strange and beautiful will draw you into the eerie paths. Spooky Fest is a Halloween Family Adventure. Event info here.
Early American Open Hearth Cooking; Colonial Historians & Woodturners. Harvest Market & Crafts. Farm Animals & Pony Rides. Children’s Craft Area, Pumpkin Patch & Make Your Own Scarecrow. Spinners; Weaver; Antique Cars. Food. Guided Tours Available of Ongoing Ceramics Exhibition. Event info here.
St. Elizabeth's Church, 6 Harvard Street, Floral Park, will be holding its semi-annual Craft Fair / Flea Market on Saturday, October 19th from 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. The fair is a mix of crafts and good quality flea market items. Upwards of 48 vendors will be present. There will be tables of hand-made crafts, jewelry, antiques, white elephants, collectibles, books, etc. Mary Kay and Avon will also be present. Refreshments are available throughout the day. Event info here.
The 65 Roses Gala is a fundraiser held nationally by many different chapters of Delta Phi Epsilon to raise money for one of our philanthropies, The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Event info here.Event info here.
Back by popular demand, The Dees' Haunted House returns for Halloween 2013. It is sure to give you more then goose bumps!!! Don't miss it (small fee applies). Event info here.
The Church of The Ascension, 71 N. Village Avenue, Rockville Centre, two blocks north of Sunrise Highway, schedules this admission-free fair every two years that offers a wide range of items old and new including bargain-priced antiques, furniture, jewelry, crafts, books, collectibles, curios and more. Hours for the Friday and Saturday fair, among the largest of its kind on Long Island, are 10 am to 8 pm each day. Event info here.