Hamptons Halloween parades are spaced out enough this year that you can bring your ghosts, witches, goblins, princesses, superheroes or other otherworldly characters to several of the East End marches.
The annual Sag Harbor Village Ragamuffin Parade (sagharborchamber.com) kicks off East End Halloween parades. On Sunday, October 23rd, costume paradegoers will meet on Nassau Street (between Muse and the Laundromat) at 1 p.m. and march down Main Street to the Custom House Lawn for family fun games and homemade baked goods from LVIS.
Hampton Bays Library (52 Ponquogue Avenue, Hampton Bays, hamptonbayslibrary.org) will host its Annual Halloween Parade, Story and Craft on Friday, October 28th at 4 p.m. Bring the kids to the Library to trek through the building for tricks or treats and to partake in a seasonal activity.
Hampton Library (2478 Main Street, Bridgehampton, hamptonlibrary.org) is also presenting a haunted story time and Halloween Parade. Taking place on Saturday, October 29th at 10 a.m., attendees will hear a spooky tale at the Library before heading into Bridgehampton Village on their candy quest.
Greenport Village (www.greenportvillage.com) will host March of the Goblins & Hounds – its Halloween costume parade – on Saturday, October 29th. The parade begins at Mitchell Park near the carousel at 11 a.m.
Showoff your adorable pup’s costume during Little Lucy’s Halloween Pet Parade on Saturday, October 29th at 1 p.m. The stroll will take paradegoers down Jobs Lane, onto Main Street, and then back to Little Lucy’s (91 Jobs Lane, Southampton) for a Halloween party with entertainment by Beau Hulse, who will enchant the crowd with Sinatra tunes. Registration for the walk is $10 and proceeds will support the Southampton Animal Shelter (southamptonanimalshelter.com).
Southampton Chamber of Commerce’s 26th Annual Rag A Muffin Parade & Pumpkin Trail (www.southamptonchamber.com) will be held on Sunday, October 30th at 1 p.m. The parade will begin at Agawam Park, head to Windmill Lane onto Nugent Street, to Main Street, down Jobs Lane and back to Agawam Park. Following the walk, capture the moment with seasonal “props” courtesy of “Pumpkintown at Hank’s Farm.”