Time To ‘Trick-Or-Treat’ Through Huntington Village

The Town of Huntington's   Children’s Halloween Costume Parade will march through Huntington village on Tuesday, Oct. 31.   Long Islander News Photo/Archives

The Town of Huntington's Children’s Halloween Costume Parade will march through Huntington village on Tuesday, Oct. 31. Long Islander News Photo/Archives

Ghouls, ghosts and all sorts of costume-cloaked kiddies are set to invade Huntington village this Halloween.

The Town of Huntington’s annual Children’s Halloween Costume Parade, sponsored by Supervisor Frank Petrone and Councilman Mark Cuthbertson, is set to kick off at 4:15 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 31, from the Huntington Post Office on Gerard Street.

Children of all ages, and their parents/guardians, are welcome to dress in costume and march through the village to collect candy from village merchants. Those who wish to participate are asked to arrive at the post office by 4 p.m.

Merchants across town are participating in the Huntington Business Improvement District’s “Safe Trick-or-Treat” program, which will see them pass out candy to swarms of visiting trick-or-treaters.

For more information, contact the Town of Huntington’s department of citizen services at 631-351-2877.