If you're looking for some Halloween fun this year, you may want check out the Lambertville Halloween Parade on Sunday, October 27th at 3pm, according to The Patch. 

It's been a tradition in the quaint town for over 75 years. The parade website says it's one of the oldest Halloween parades in New Jersey for adults and kids of all ages. It will step off at Mary Sheridan Park on York and George Streets, and end at Ely Little League baseball field, where the judging of the costumes will be held. The public is invited to watch the judging.


If you'd like to register to participate, click here. Registration begins October 1st. The deadline to register is midnight before the parade. The categories this year include Classic Halloween, comic, eco-friendly, fancy dress, fictional character, scariest, historic, impersonators, original, and homemade. Prizes and special judges awards will be given out.
For more information, click here. You can call City Hall with any questions you may have at  (609) 397-0110.


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