Halloween Costume Contest and Mini Parade

Old Stone House Halloween Costume Contest and Mini Parade

Halloween Costume Contest and Mini Parade

Old Stone House | Park Slope

Roll out that great Halloween costume early for our Park Slope Parents sponsored Costume Contest and Mini-Parade at the Old Stone House of Brooklyn on Sunday, October 29, 2017, perfect for anyone who can’t stay up past 6:30 pm!

Arrive at 3 pm to sign up for a category.  Mini-parade around the park with members of our fave Halloween marching band, Paprika!

 

2017 Halloween Costume Contest Awards

Boo Baby Award                              Best Infant up to 12 months

Hot Wheels Award                          Best Stroller/Wagon/Pram

The Creature Award                        Best Animal

Greenest Ghoul Award                   Best Use of Recycled/Green Materials

Infinity & Beyond Award                Best Sci-Fi

Howling Hipster Award                  Best Pop Culture

Devilish Duo Award                         Best Couple

Ghostly Group Award                     Best Group/Family/Ensemble

Big Apple Award                              Best NYC

Old School Award                            Best Classic Halloween

Grownup Gruesome Award           Best in Show for Adults:

Whippersnapper Award                 Best in Show for Kids

Utterly Awesome Award                Best of Show/Most Creative

 

Old Stone House Halloween Costume Contest and Mini Parade

 

Old Stone House & Washington Park — historic site and park conservancy

The Old Stone House & Washington Park is dedicated to preserving and teaching local and national history as it has impacted our historically significant Brooklyn neighborhood, serving as the conservancy organization for JJ Byrne Playground and Washington Park and contributing to the needs of the present-day community through family programs, arts and cultural events and neighborhood advocacy.

The Old Stone House Building is a reconstruction of the 1699 Vechte-Cortelyou House. Located in Washington Park, on the border of Park Slope and Gowanus in Brooklyn, it marks the place where the original Dutch farmstead stood and the culminating engagement of the 1776 Battle of Brooklyn took place. It also commemorates the birthplace of the Brooklyn Dodgers. It is a Historic House Trust of New York City site, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.