Forest O’Fears – The Haunting at Cedar Lane & Halloween Family Fun Festival.
When: October 18-19 & 25-26. Festival Dates are 25-26 only
Where: Cedar Lane Park
The Forest O’Fears was created in 2014 by a stay-at-home mom looking to create something fun and unique within the community that everyone could enjoy. Halloween is one of her favorite holidays, so she came up with the idea of a haunted attraction. When considering a home for the haunt, Cedar Lane Park was the obvious choice—its location, size, and isolation made it the perfect spot for a scare! The event is built and produced by more than 100 volunteers—75% are between the ages of 8 and 17.
Oct. 18-19th includes the haunted abandoned building and trails of horror. Guests will be guided up a dark, winding trail to a two-story haunted house where they will enter at their own peril. Upon exiting the house, guests will be directed down the trail of horror leading to their final destination – the haunted pavilion. (Please note: The trail will be purposefully confining so anyone who suffers from claustrophobia should refrain from this walk.)Throughout this walk, multiple things will be taking place. We suggest guests be at least 13 years old to participate.
Oct. 25-26 will feature the Family Fun Field and Halloween Festival in addition to the Haunted Attraction. Families (FUN FOR ALL AGES) can enjoy crafts, games, zombie laser tag, an un-haunted hayride and “hay” maze. There will be a beer tent, food trucks and a DJ plus various other vendors. Tickets for the Halloween festival are $10 for kids and adults are $5 – exact change only – and can be purchased at the entrance the night of the event. Kids’ tickets include 10 free game tickets. Additional game tickets can be purchased at the price of 5 for $1. Laser tag is not included and is $5 pp per 15 min.
See the Event Page here: Forest O Fears
Howloween Kids and Pet Parade.
When: Octover 26, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Where: The Parade kicks-off at the Ossining Elks Lodge – 118 Croton Avenue and Marches to Mike Risko Music- 144 Croton Avenue.
The Greater Ossining Chamber of Commerce Uptown Alliance Presents the 4th Annual Howloween Parade for Kids and Pets.
There will be games, prizes and fun for all! FREE
See the Event Page here: Howloween
Halloween Parade and Pumpkin Painting
When: October 26, 8:30 AM – 2:00 PM FREE
Where: at the Ossining Farmers Market
The Down to Earth Ossining Farmers Market brings regional farmers and local food makers to the corner of Spring & Main Streets, every Saturday from 8:30am to 1pm, year-round.
Visit the market, get flowers, cider, fruits and veggies and enjoy a fun Halloween Parade!
See the event page here: Halloween Parade at the Market
Crotonville Halloween Yard Hunt
When: To Be Confirmed (check back for exact times) but it will be open for visitors on the 26th and 31st.
Where: 6 Samstag Ave
Robert Somma is presenting his annual interactive Halloween yard hunt for Ossining families. There is no blood/gore/violence, but it does has some scares. Lots of 80s tributes including Karate Kid/Cobra Kai. For kids and adults, ideally in costume. Families with special needs children are encouraged to come.
Event page coming.
Boo! A Haunted House in the Library
When: Wednesday, October 30 at 7 pm
Where: Ossining Public Library
The library is about to get spooky and scary! Kids ages 8-12 are invited to the Sally Read Dow Children’s Program Room on the night of October 30. But beware! Who knows what you’ll find there?!?!
For grades 3 -6 ONLY
See the event page here: Haunted House OPL
Halloween Show (+After Party!)
When: October 31, 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Where: Sing Sing Kill Brewery
Something terrifying is coming to Ossining… and by ‘terrifying’ I mean 3 singer-songwriters who write about their feelings. But this time… in costume.
And just when you thought it couldn’t get any scarier, there will be BEER (Crafted by Sing Sing Kill Brewery) and a COSTUME CONTEST!! And if this doesn’t make you quake in your boots, we’ll be capping off the evening with an AFTER PARTY just around the corner (with Ethan and the boys)! Come celebrate Halloween the proper way! IF YOU DARE
See the event page here: Halloween at SSKB
Halloween on Main Street
When: October 31st
Where: Main Street
From 6-8pm Main Street will be the perfect place for kids (and even a few adults) to collect candy from stations staffed by local businesses and community organizations, dance the night away, grab a snack, and of course no party is complete without a bounce house.
The Scariest House in Town
When: All October, usually 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Where: 6 Stone Avenue
Craig Pincus has once again turned his beautiful suburban home into the “Scariest House in Ossining” by opening Pincus Asylum. Bring the family to experience the fun and enjoy some bloody lemonade, all for a good cause. This year Craig (a chef by trade) will be collecting monetary donations for the Ossining Food Pantry.