Children's Halloween Festival in Bronxville

The Bronxville Chamber of Commerce will be sponsoring the event on Sunday, Oct. 28 from 12 p.m. - 4 p.m. at Leonard Morange Park by the Bronxville Train Station.

In Bronxville and across Tuckahoe and Eastchester, kids will surely have plenty of opportunities over the next week to engage in Halloween fun and this Sunday, Oct. 28, the Village of Bronxville will be hosting a fun Halloween event for kids.

Leonard Morange Park, which sits adjacent to the Bronxville Train Station on the west side of the tracks, will be transformed into a Halloween Festival for kids with rides, activities, pony rides, live music, food and more.

Susan Miele, executive director of the Bronxville Chamber of Commerce, stated that, "this event has been taking place for over a decade now in the Village and saw hundreds of families come out last year for the festivities."

Also, remember to upload photos of your kids as well as yourself in costume to enter into Patch's Best Halloween Costume Contest for a chance to win $5,000.

The fun begins at noon and goes until 4 p.m. on Sunday and in the event of bad weather, you can check back with Patch for updates as well as the Chamber's website bronxvillechamber.com.

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Bronxville Chamber of Commerce October 26, 2012 at 05:40 PM
Prices for the festival are kept low thanks to the generous sponsorship of Steve Ircha/Aegis Capital; Gramatan Travel; Lawrence Hospital Center; Pepe Cadillac; Joan Carol Ryan, Speech-Language Pathology; Servpro of Scarsdale/Mount Vernon; Stanley M. Stern/Stern Park, LLC; Greenwood Mart, Stipo Opticians, Red Pepper Restaurant; CVS; Isabella’s Hair Salon; Arista Camera; Savanna at Home; Yum Yum Tree; Bronxville Stationers; Topps Bakery; Topps Wine & Liquor Store; Studio One Salon; Lange’s Deli; Il Bacio Trattoria; Value Drugs; Underhills Crossing; 32 Palm LLC; Womrath Bookshop; Hickey’s Deli; Japan Inn; Joan Iacono, Esq.; Tryforos and Pernice Florists; and J.C. Fogarty’s.


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