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Saturday, Oct. 20

11 am: Raggedy Ann reading. Barnes and Noble (106 Court St., at State Street in Downtown Brooklyn). Free. Call (718) 246-4996 for info.

11:15 am: Kid’s Shabbat services. Prospect Park’s North Meadow, near the Grand Army Plaza. Free. Call (646) 228-4151 for info.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: Puppet show. “The Prince and The Magic Flute.” Puppetworks (338 Sixth Ave., at Fourth Street in park Slope). $8, $7 kids. Reservations suggested. Call (718) 965-3391 for info.

1 pm and 3 pm: Kid’s musical. “Polly Princess and the Penniless Fry.” Impact theater (190 Underhill Ave., at Sterling Place in Prospect Heights). $10, $7 kids. Call (718) 783-1348 for info.

3 pm: Comedy workshop. Brooklyn Arts Exchange (421 Fifth Ave., at Eighth Street in Park Slope). $15. Call (718) 832-0018 for info.

Sunday, Oct. 21

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: Puppet show. See Saturday, Oct. 20.

3 pm: Kid’s musical. See Saturday, Oct. 20.

Monday, Oct. 22

4–5 pm: Art and video class. Prospect Park YMCA (809 Union St., at Sixth Avenue in Park Slope). Call (718) 768-7100, ext. 115 for info.

Tuesday, Oct. 23

2:30 pm: Kid’s ghost stories with storyteller Robin Bady. Brooklyn Public Library’s New Utrecht branch (1743 86th St., at Bay 17th Street in Bensonhurst). Free. Call (718) 236-4086 for info.

Wednesday, Oct. 24

3:30 pm: Kid’s author (and actress) Julianne Moore. Barnes and Noble (267 Seventh Ave., at Sixth Street in Park Slope). Free. Call (718) 832-9066 for info.

4 pm: Halloween activities. Barnes and Noble (106 Court St., at State Street in Downtown Brooklyn). Free. Call (718) 246-4996 for info.

Friday, Oct. 26

6–10 pm: 78th Precinct haunted house. 78th Precinct stationhouse (65 Sixth Ave., between Bergen and Dean streets in Prospect Heights). Call (718) 636-6411 for info.

Saturday, Oct. 27

10 am: Halloween Parade. Pierrepont Playground (Columbia Heights and Pierrepont Street in Brooklyn Heights). Free. Visit www.bhsplaygrounds.org for info.

11 am: Kid’s storytime. Barnes and Noble (106 Court St., at State Street in Downtown Brooklyn). Free. Call (718) 246-4996 for info.

11:30 am–6 pm: Family festival. Brooklyn Arts Exchange (421 Fifth Ave., at Eighth Street in Park Slope). $45 for family pass. Call (718) 832-0018 for info.

Noon–4 pm: 78th Precinct haunted house. See Friday, Oct. 26.

Noon–3 pm: Haunted Walk. Prospect Park (enter park at Prospect Park Southwest and 16th Street entrance). Free. Call (718) 965-8960 for info.

Noon–4 pm: Halloween Festival. Fort Greene Park (enter Park at DeKlab Avenue and Washington Park. Free. Sorry, no contact phone.

Noon–4 pm: Pumpkin hunt and decorating. St. Marks Residence (839 St. Marks Avenue at Brooklyn Avenue in Crown Heights). Call (718) 857-1769 for info.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: Puppet show. See Saturday, Oct. 20.

1 pm and 3 pm: Kid’s musical. See Saturday, Oct. 20.

1–6 pm: Haunted Halloween Carnival. Middle School 51 (Fifth Avenue and Fourth Street in Park Slope). Free. Call (718) 768-3703 for info.

6–10 pm: 78th Precinct haunted house. See Friday, Oct. 26.

Sunday, Oct. 28

3 pm: Kid’s theater. “Lumpy Bumpy Pumpkin: A Halloween Tale.” Brooklyn Music School Playhouse (126 St. Felix St., at Lafayette Avenue in Fort Green). Call (212) 724-0677 for info.

12:30 pm and 2:30 pm: Puppet show. See Saturday, Oct 20.

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Valerie from Brooklyn says:
does anyone know if the Hyten family from Clinton Hills in Brooklyn is doing their annual "Horrorwood"
at their home??????? If so, please advise
Thank you.
Oct. 10, 2009, 12:16 pm

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