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Princeton to Host Downtown Halloween Parade on Friday

Also enjoy a walk through Princeton Cemetery, trick-or-treating in the parking lot, a spooky trail, carnival games and bounce houses.

 

Dress up in your best costume and join in Princeton's Annual Hometown Halloween Parade.

The Arts Council of Princeton, Princeton Public Library, Historical Society of Princeton and the Princeton Family YMCA present a fun and spooky family event Friday, Oct. 26 beginning at 4 p.m.

At 4 p.m, the Historical Society of Princeton will lead  a 45 minute walk through Princeton Cemetery, referred to as the "Westminster Abbey of the United States." The tour will start at the main gate, at the corner of Greenview Avenue and Humbert Street. It is recommended for ages 8 and up.

Gather at 5 p.m. at Palmer Square Green for the parade.At 5:15, the Princeton University Band will lead the parade and march to Albert Hinds Plaza for a performance by Alex and Najwa from Alex & the Kaleidoscope Band.

After the concert,  families are invited to  the YMCA on Paul Robeson Place for a trunk or treat” (trick-or-treating in the parking lot), spooky trail, carnival games and bounce houses.

There will be free parking at the YMCA. 

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