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Pumpkin decorating, costume contest, and more at John F. Murray Park on Halloween

Oct. 30, 2017 by Nathaly Pesantez

John F. Murray Park is gearing up for Halloween tomorrow in an event for local ghouls and goblins.

“Murray Park Halloween”, as the event is called, will take place on Oct. 31 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the park, located at 21st Street and 45th Avenue. The two-hour festivities will include arts & crafts, pumpkin decorating, and prizes for costume contest winners. A photobooth with a Halloween backdrop will also be at the event for attendees, along with candy and other treats.

The halloween event is free and hosted by the Swillinger Team, a team of real estate salespeople from the Level Group. Additional support came from Long Island City-based locales like City Owlets and Theraplay NYC.

Murray Park Halloween event flyer

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AsmithLIC

Interesting! Our 4 year old daughter stayed home from the parade on Sunday because of the rain, so I’m glad there is something else going on in the area for halloween. I guess it’s near 45th Ave with all the townhouses where we can get candy at the same time.

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Anonymous

“All Local Goons Welcome!”

You meant “Ghouls” right? If you meant goons, I’ll be there.

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