Halloween 6

October 30, 2010 by Post Team 

Halloween 6, This is the time of year for lots of treats and ghosts. Do you have plans for Halloween? If not, here for you lot to choose from. You can take the family to Camp Creepy in Chittenango or Fright Nights at the Fair. For those who prefer horror movies, you can head to the Gallery ArtRage for a film festival of Halloween. If you want to listen to music, see Los Blancos at Shifty is.
Hours: 9:00 to 5:00 p.m. Friday. Chamber of Commerce County of Cayuga, 36 South Streets, Auburn. Auburn artist Alan Alger exhibits drawings, paintings and masks with a Halloween theme. Free. 315-253-5288.

STORY TIME AND CRAFT HALLOWEEN SPIDER: 1 pm Saturday. Onondaga Free Library, 4840 W. Seneca Turnpikes, Onondaga. You can get a case of chilling (or more likely laugh) with our stories and seasonal crafts. For ages 3 and older. Free. 315-492-1727,

HALLOWEEN Film Fest: 6:30-22:30 Saturday. ArtRage Gallery – The Norton Putter Gallery, 505 Hawley Avenue, Syracuse. “Fright Night” (1985) with Chris Sarandon and Roddy MacDowell, followed by “The Uninvited” (1944) with Ray Milland and Gail Russell. Suggested donation, and 5. 315-218-5711,

KIDS HALLOWEEN PARTY: 2-16 pm on Sunday. Colgate Bookstore, 3 Utica Street, Hamilton. Featuring stories, crafts, games, a costume contest and prizes, and balloon art at home. A parade of costumes in the store will begin at 3 pm Free. 315-228-7480,

CREEPY CAMP: 7:30 p.m. to 0:00 Friday and Saturday, 30-22 7:00 pm on Sunday. Camp Grounds High Esteem Camp Goodwill, Route 13, Chittenango. Three different hosts haunted walk through attraction. Live bands, concessions and novelties. Single attraction, $ 8, double, triple $ 14; $ 20. 315-655-9735,

AFRAID TO SHOW NIGHTS: 7 to 11:30 pm Friday to Sunday. Empire Expo Center, 581 State Fair Blvd. Geddes. Five haunted houses – more than 12,000 square feet of corridors creepy, costumed characters and special effects – all under one roof. A haunted hayride through a vibration between the buildings along a path with real actors and props for Halloween. In addition, food vendors and rides for children as part of a carnival fearlessness. Held in the Cattle Barn and surrounding areas. $ 20.

GET READY FOR HALLOWEEN: 2-4 pm Saturday. Onondaga County Public Library Mundy Branch, 1204 S. Geddes St., Syracuse. Discover the books of costumes for ideas learn safe trick-or-treating, get into the spirit with spooky face painting and a treat. Free. 315-435-3797,

Gross Out HALLOWEEN PARTY: 18 are Thursday. Salina Free Library, 100 Belmont St., Mattydale. Try your Halloween costume and prepare for the activities of crude and snacks. For ages 10 and older. Registration required. Free. 315-454-4524,

HALLOWEEN AT THE Y: 18 pm Friday. Oswego YMCA Armory, 265 W. St First, Oswego. Many of the activities of healthy children with snacks and a haunted trail. Free; make a good box. 315-342-6082,

Halloween: 18 pm on Sunday. West Monroe Volunteer Fire Department, 54 County Route 11, West Monroe. There will be music, games, cider, donuts, popcorn, hot chocolate, costume contest for different age groups, and a hayride through the haunted forest, weather permitting. Free for residents of West Monroe.

HALLOWEEN FUN NIGHT: 4-18 pm Saturday. Little Utica United Methodist Church, 1459 Lamson Road, Phoenix. Harvesting some of the children until age 10. A Halloween party for between 11 years and older begins at 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. There will be games, crafts, food and music. 315-678-2243,

HALLOWEEN MAGIC SHOW: 14 are Saturday. Central Library Onondaga County, 447 S. Salina St., Syracuse. Moreland the Magician will perform. Free. 315-435-1900,

HALLOWEEN PARTY: 5 to 21 pm on Sunday. Minoa Fire Department, 238 St. N. Main Minoa. Presented by the Village of Minoa and Minoa Fire Department. Enjoy apple cider Bec-No-Skiff and donuts Tops.

HALLOWEEN PARTY: 6:30 p.m. Friday. Morrisville Public Library, 87 E. Main St. Wear your costume. Listen to a story, play games and eat refreshments Halloween. The winners of the coloring contest will be announced. Free. 315-684-9130, / Morrisville.

Halloween party and costume parade on Sunday. Baldwinsville Public Library, 33 E. Genesee St., Baldwinsville. Come in costume and trick or treat in the library. It will be fun and food, a costume contest for all ages and a parade. The evening will begin at 13 am The parade will be outside (weather permitting) from 14 hours from the community room, walking with Virginia Street, Genesee, and returned by Albert Palmer Boulevard (there will not to cross a road). Fewer than 10 must be accompanied by an adult. Free. 315-635-5631,

HALLOWEEN night security: 5 to 20 pm today. Town of Manlius Police Department, 1 Arkie Albanese Ave., Manlius. Free maps identifying the child, visits the Police Department Manlius, free bags that glow in the dark, flashing lights, refreshments and information about Halloween Safety. 315-682-2212.

HALLOWEEN PARTY ghostly: 3-6 pm Saturday. Cortland YMCA, 22 Tompkins Street, Cortland. Love apples (a string), costume contest, Halloween, relay races of the family pumpkin carving contest, prizes and more. Y families, free; families in the community, and 5. 607-756-2893,

HAPPY HALLOWEEN PARTY: 11 am Friday. DeWitt Community Library, Shoppingtown Mall, 3649 Erie Blvd. E., DeWitt. Celebrate Halloween with Miss Jenny’s library. Come dressed in costume and enjoy some spooky stories, crafts, and snacks. We will also trick-or-treating in the library, to give you goodie bag. Registration required. For children 2 to 6. 315-446-3578.

Haunted Hayride and scary BOOTH: 7 to 09:30 Friday and Saturday. Creepy cabin in Vernon. Twenty-minute hayride through the woods and a 1000 square foot cabin haunted. Sponsored by FFA Vernon-Verona-Sherrill. Hayride, $ 6 cab; $ 4; two, and 8. 315-829-2520.

Haunted House: 7 to 22 hours on Friday and Saturday. CMC Dance Company, 6092 Route 31, Cicero. Walk through haunted barns with a detour along the trail haunted. Appointments with some of your favorites: Jason, Freddy, the keeper of the crypt, a barber mad or you can meet someone new. And 8.00 and 2 back discounts for groups. Re $ 8; -entry, $ 2 discount, available for groups. 315-699-2355, / Haunted_House.html.

Howling Hayride and Maze: 7 to 9 pm Thursday through Saturday. Maxwell Park, Badgley Road, DeWitt. Hauled hay wagons travel through the haunted woods and a visit to a haunted house maze and mysterious. Cider and donuts for all. Presale, $ 7; at the door, and 8. 315-446-9250, ext. 9.

PUMPKINS trough of 12 to 7 p.m. today and Friday, 9 am to 6 pm on Saturday. The Hollow, 3735 W. Seneca Turnpike, Onondaga. Over 15 acres of pick your own pumpkins, barnyard animals, ice cream stand, bin corn children, giant hay jump, hay maze and corn maze. Wagon rides and free face painting for children are available on the weekends. The red barn is filled with Halloween crafts and baked goods. Visit the website for updates on the activities of the weekend, including hunting, pumpkin gold. Free admission and $ 2 for self-picking.

SUPERHEROES HARVEST GROUP: 6 to 8:30 p.m. Friday. Believers Chapel 7912 Thompson Road, Cicero. A celebration for children 12 and under accompanied by an adult. Dress up your favorite superhero or create your own. Children, adults $ 2, free. 315-699-4140.

THE GREAT ZOO BOOS: 6 to 8:30 pm Friday to Saturday. Rosamond Gifford Zoo at Burnet Park, 1 Conservation Place, Syracuse. The zoo will be transformed into a Halloween party with animated characters hauntingly hilarious interactive games for children and families to enjoy. It is “crazy, not scary.” $ 7; Advance, $ 6, 2 and younger, free. 315-435-8511,

TRUNK OR TREATING: 6 to 20 pm Saturday. Auburn Alliance Church, 630 N. Ave Seward. A kid-friendly alternative to Halloween. Candy will be handed over in the parking lot and there will be a costume contest, games and prizes inside. 315-253-2650.

Halloween Fest: 11 am to 4 pm Sunday. Great Swamp Conservancy, 8375 N St. Main, Canastota. A non-fear-filled day of fun especially for children. Includes Halloween displays, crafts, games, piƱatas, stories and food. Costumes are encouraged for this great day of events for children. Suggested donation, and 3. 315-697-2950.

CNY Singles Halloween Dance: Saturday. United Inn, 1308 Buckley Road, Salina. Beginner dance lessons 7:15-20 pm with the dance from 8 pm to midnight. Music by DJ Joe Troiano. And 10, includes buffet and snack prices costume. 315-458-7555.

Halloween Dance: 7:00 p.m. to 0:00 on Saturdays. Puttin ‘On The Ritz Dance Studio, Village of lead, Cicero. Refreshments served. $ 10 per person. 315-446-5707.

CONVERSATION WITH JANE: Gravesites OF THE CITY OF ONONDAGA: 7 pm Thursday. Onondaga Free Library, 4840 W. Seneca Turnpike, Onondaga. Listen to stories and “horrible come-on in local cemeteries and the folklore that always gets called during the Halloween season. Free. 315-492-1727,

SSO: SPOOKAPALOOZA HALLOWEEN: 10:30 pm on Saturday. John H. Mulroy Civic Center, 421 Montgomery Street, Syracuse. Part of the core series of the Community Foundation of New York family. Author Bruce Coville will tell a story full of surprises, suspense and local dance students will sow more sinister in their steps. Come dressed in Halloween costume and join the costume parade. Adults, children and students $ 10, with valid ID, and 5. 315-424-8200,

Los Blancos: 21 pm to 1 am Sunday. Is shifty, 1401 Burnet Ave., Syracuse. Sound Check Live begins at 21 pm with a Halloween party from the beginning of hell at 10 h. It is not covered.

Halloween bash with doves RUSTY: 8-11 pm Sunday. Kellish Hill Farm, 3192 Center Road Pompey, Pompey. Subjects. “The Roaring Twenties Revisited” Dress up in costume and hear the Doves perform bluegrass, swing and pop as well as original documents. Admission: $ 10, $ 9 if in costume. 315-682-1578.

Halloween FATMAN DJ CHUCKIE O.: 9:00 p.m. to 2:00 on Saturdays. Big Kahunas, 17 Columbus St., Auburn. No cover. 315-253-6868.

PETS HALLOWEEN: 6:30 pm Friday. Rogers Centre Environmental Education, 2721 Highway 80, Sherburne. Learn more about the creatures as the trails, enjoy a storyteller, and cider and donuts around a campfire. Meet near the Visitor Centre. Registration required. 607-674-4017,

TELL ME a scary story (but not too scary): 11 hours Saturday and Sunday. Hangar Theatre, Route 89, Ithaca. Costumes are welcome. Carl Reiner’s book, Halloween is the centerpiece of a tribute to this fantastic season. The public can join a group of crazy characters in a frightening adventure (but not too scary). $ 7. 607-273-8588,

LITTLEST WITCH: 7 pm Friday, 1 and 4 pm Saturday, 2 pm Sunday. Auburn Public Theater, 108 Genesee St. a family of musicians on a mischievous witch who mixes his vacation every other season but his own. Finally, she learned her lesson not to play tricks on anyone before its own special holiday, Halloween. Friday and Saturday, and 5 per person Sunday Family Series, and 5 per family of four. 315-253-6669,

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