There’s a chill in the air, colorful mums dot doorsteps and fall leaves are crunching underfoot. Welcome
to “Spooky Season” on the East End—a time when adults have just as much fun celebrating as kids!
From costume parties to parades to pumpkin picking, here are some ideas for getting “in the spirit” out
The Clubhouse, East Hampton — The Clubhouse’s hosts a scary soiree with a costume contest, DJ, and a
special surprise performance. 174 Daniels Hole Road, East Hampton clubhousehamptons.com.
The Church, Sag Harbor — Head to the Harbor for the Church’s “Monster Smash” costume/dance party
featuring hits from the 70s and 80s. 48 Madison St., Sag Harbor thechurchsagharbor.org
Southampton Publick House — Costume contest with cash prizes, drink specials and a photo booth are
just some of the highlights of the Publick House’s bash. 62 Jobs Lane, Southampton publick.com
Calissa, Water Mill — Calissa’s party features DJ sets, a tarot card reader and an optional open bar
package. 1020 Montauk Highway, Water Mill calissahamptons.com
Ram’s Head Inn, Shelter Island — Hop the ferry over to Shelter Island for the Inn’s annual three-course
“Masked Masquerade” Halloween dinner. 108 Ram Island Drive, Shelter Island Heights
KIDS & FAMILY EVENTS
Children’s Museum Halloween Bash
Great fun for little ones—the annual Halloween party at Bridgehampton’s Children’s Museum of the
East End for families (kids 0-8) features games, crafts, and more. More info.
Little Lucy’s Halloween Pet Parade
Four-legged family members love Halloween, too! Dress up the doggies and head down to Agawam Park
in Southampton for this popular annual festival featuring prizes, food, a live band, and dogs for
adoption. More info.
Sag Harbor Pumpkin Trail
Costumed kids can trick or treat at local businesses at the 40th Annual Halloween Pumpkin Trail, hosted
by the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce. More info.