Our full Halloween parade roundup

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You’ve got your costume together, now show it off! Here’s a rundown of Halloween parades happening in a neighborhood near you, for those on two legs and even four! And don’t miss the grand-daddy of them all — the Park Slope Civic Council parade on Sunday night.

Brooklyn Heights Halloween Parade (Columbia Heights and Pierrepont Streets on the Brooklyn Heights Promenade), Oct. 30 at 10 am. For info, visit

Brooklyn Howl-o-Ween Doggie Costume Parade [Brooklyn Heights Promenade at Remsen Street in Brooklyn Heights, (718) 852-6200], Oct. 31 from 1-3 pm. $25 for entry. For info, visit

Carroll Park Halloween Parade (President and Smith streets in Carroll Gardens), Oct. 31 at 12:30 pm. For info, visit

Clinton Hill Children’s Halloween Walk and Performance (Pratt-Clinton Hill Community Garden on the corner of Hall Street and DeKalb Avenue in Clinton Hill), Oct. 31 at 5 pm.

Coney Island Halloween Parade [MCU Stadium, 1904 Surf Ave. at W. 19th Street in Coney Island, (718) 373-9673], Oct. 31 from noon-3 pm.

District Dog Halloween Parade and Costume Contest (McGorlick Park, corner of Driggs Avenue and Russell Street in Greenpoint, no phone), Oct. 31 at 1 pm. For info, visit

Ditmas Park Halloween Parade (Albemarle and Westminster roads in Ditmas Park, no phone), Oct. 31, gather at 4:30 pm for the 5 pm parade. For info, visit

Greenpoint Children’s Halloween Parade, Polish and Slavic Center (176 Java St. between Manhattan Avenue and McGuinness Boulevard in Greenpoint), Oct. 31 at 2 pm. For more info,

Park Slope Civic Council Children’s Halloween Parade [Seventh Avenue and 14th Street, (718) 832-8227 in Park Slope], Oct. 31 at 6:30 pm. For info, visit

Williamsburg Witches’ Walk Halloween Parade (N. Sixth Street between Berry Street and Wythe Avenue), Oct. 31 at 4:30 pm.

Updated 5:21 pm, July 9, 2018
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