The Mount Morris Park Community Improvement Association has some old-fashioned Halloween Fun planned for the neighborhood kids — and the young at heart!
Here’s what’s brewing:
Saturday, October 18
Lenox Avenue Medians Get Dressed Up for Fall!
This year, MMPCIA, in partnership with The League: A Distinguished Gentlemen’s Movement, is organizing Hallow-Greener Lenox. Come out and help clean, plant daffodil bulbs and decorate for Halloween! Bring some work gloves, decorations –please do not bring fresh pumpkins as we are trying to limit rat activity! We’ll meet at Harlem Haberdashery. If you arrive later, you’ll find us somewhere along the median–just follow the laughs.
You can also claim a portion of the bulbs for the tree pits on your block. Just respond asap. Email us your location and the number you want. And if we have the person-power on Saturday, we’ll be happy to help you plant them. Bulb allotment is on a first come, first served basis, so let us hear from you right away.
Supposed to be a gorgeous day Saturday, so come out and join us!
Can’t make it on Saturday? Pick another day with your block association, neighbors or business and add to the decorations or extend to the next median southward down the Avenue.
Friday, October 31
Trick-or-Treating Around Mount Morris Park Neighborhood! The kids will enjoy climbing up and down the stoops to fill those loot bags.The list of participating homes will be available on our website on October 30. Want to be on the list? Add your Trick-or-Treat Friendly House to our map and we’ll mark it with a balloon that night!