NYU and Manhattan Community Board 2 invite you to join the 28th Annual Children's Halloween Parade, one of the city's largest free children's events on Halloween Day! Check out photos from previous parades below and use our hashtag, #CB2NYUkidsparade, to get in the Halloween spirit.

When: Wednesday, October 31, 2018, 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Where: Parents and children are invited to gather at the fountain in Washington Square Park by 3:00 pm. After the parade, free trick-or-treat bags, games, and rides will await the children on West 3rd Street between LaGuardia Place and Mercer Street!

The Children's Halloween Parade is made possible in part through generous funding provided by our sponsors, and the parade is organized by NYU Community Engagement and Manhattan Community Board 2. To learn more about future events from NYU Community Engagement, sign up for our newsletter and follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Please note that the event will be photographed. Read more about photography at the parade.

Scenes from Past Parades

Fogo Azul at the Children's Halloween Parade

Fogo Azul at the 2017 Children's Halloween Parade

Children's Halloween Parade

Family members and children are invited to enjoy the Children's Halloween Parade!

Children's Halloween Parade

After the parade, NYU volunteers will distribute trick-or-treat bags full of goodies.

Children's Halloween Parade

Entertainment and performances will be on West 3rd Street after the parade.

Halloween Sponsors

The Children's Halloween Parade is presented by Manhattan Community Board 2 and New York University. The parade is made possible in part through generous funding provided by the following organizations.

2018 Halloween Parade Flyer

2018 Children's Halloween Parade

Please email community.engagement@nyu.edu for a copy of the 2018 Halloween flyer. We have versions in English, Chinese, and Spanish.

Photography at the Halloween Parade

The Children's Halloween Parade and surrounding activities will be photographed by New York University. Photographs may be used for educational purposes and in all media including, without limitation, NYU websites, social media channels, brochures, advertisements, and other promotional materials.