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Free Halloween Party in Court Square Thursday

Court Square branch of the Queens Library (Photo: Court Square Civic Association)

Oct. 30, 2019 By Allie Griffin

Trick-or-treaters can cap off their Halloween festivities with a spooky party in Court Square Thursday.

Families are invited to attend a free Halloween party at the Court Square branch of the Queens Library from 5 p.m. to 6:45 p.m.

The party will feature a host of games, arts and crafts, and Halloween goodie bags. Families are encouraged to dress in costume.

The event was originally going to be at Murray Playground but has been moved to the library, located at 25-01 Jackson Ave., due to likely rain.

The celebration is sponsored by a bunch of civic groups and local businesses including the Court Square Civic Association, Hunters Point Civic Association, Hunters Point Historic District Residents, Friends of Queens Library at Court Square, Chelsea Pediatric Dentistry and The Swillinger Team Level Group.

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