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Celebrate Halloween at Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast

October 18th, 2021 by Mark Macnish

Celebrate Halloween at Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast on the North Fork, where skies are dark, and the moon is bright. An eerie fog blows off the Sound, creeping across country roads, while autumn leaves rustle, owls hoot. You get the picture, so get in the mood for a fun filled and spooky weekend.

During the day, pick up a pumpkin or two to take home, from one of our many farm stands. Now is the time for enjoying a variety of local harvest bounty: home-made pies (don’t be shy, try all the flavors and freeze them for later) corn, fall vegetables, apples, pears and stone fruits .

Enjoy a scary night-time visit to a corn maze, or a special harvest themed dinner at one of our many great restaurants. Farm, and ocean, to table is just a short trip here, in the middle of wine country, after all. The food could not be fresher or tastier

After an evening of revelry and celebrating the season with our prize winning wines (and the sprits of the founding fathers that you might run into in one of our historic villages), nestle into your cozy bed at our charming country inn, and wake to a delicious breakfast.

Below are some tips on just how to celebrate Halloween on the East End this year:

Caught short without a costume? There are plenty of places just a few miles from Shorecrest BnB that can help you out.

 The Times Vintage, 429 Main St, Greenport

 Here there is an extensive collection of vintage clothing, jewelry and accessories like hats and wigs that make you shine like specter. Greenport Village is always a fun place to parade in your get up on Halloween. Stop in at

Eastern Long Island Hospital Opportunity Shop, 321 Main Street, Greenport.

If you lean toward DIY, buying second-hand is where it’s at.

Ye Olde Party Shoppe, 53850 Main Road, Southold

The lower level of this ancient Tudor-styled store has a collection of ready-to-wear costumes.

Now that you are decked out in your frightening finest, here are a few events for you to get your ghoul on.

 Haunted Farms

Krupski’s Farm Haunted Cornmaze and hayride- A scream a minute and a local legend which includes a haunted barn!  Open 12-5 Saturday and Sunday until the end of October. https://www.facebook.com/Krupski-Farms-103854429678626/

Harbe’s Family Farm Haunted Cornmaze- Their orchard maze transforms into a spooky night maze Saturdays in October! Beware of creepy characters as you find your way out of the maze! Open 7pm-9:30pm Saturday nights 10/23, 10/30

https://harbesfamilyfarm.com/fall-attractions/#spookymaze

Haunted House

For the ultimate Haunted house experience, it’s worth the trip to go to Darkside’s Haunted house in Rocky Point. This is one of those highly produced, no-holds-barred haunted house experiences. For more information http://www.darksideproductions.com

 Halloween Cruises to Bug Lighthouse

East End Seaport Museum and Marine Foundation, 3rd St, Greenport, NY

Bring the whole family out to Greenport to enjoy some Halloween fun at Bug Light! The legend of Brownie, the ghost dog dates back to 1936 when William H. Follett the last known lighthouse keeper of the Bug Light was accompanied by his dog Brownie. Join them to find out more about the spooky tale. https://www.eastendseaport.org

 Winery and Brewery events

Terra Vite Winery- The Spookiest Stories of the World’s Haunted Wineries

October 29 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm The winery is offering a Tasting of (5) wines from Haunted Wineries around the World and theatrical recounts of spooky wine tales. Dress for the occasion, an Adult Costume Party will follow . https://www.terravitevineyard.com/event/the-spookiest-stories-of-the-worlds-haunted-wineries/

Long Ireland’s 7th Annual Halloween Costume Party

7th Annual Halloween Party! Saturday, October 30th from 6-11pm

Where Stars Collide , a 7 piece band will  keep you dancing all night, so  have a wicked time!
The Big Black food truck on hand again with some awesome eats- so come hungry!

https://longirelandbeer.com/upcoming-events

Celebrating Halloween at Claudios

Sunday, October 23, 24,30  2021 Time: 11:30am – 05:00pm

Join us at the Waterfront for some Halloween Fun! October 24th Kids- Pumpkin Painting in the Patch Adults- $10 Paint a Pumpkin + Mother Pumpkin Ale – All Day Trick or Treat at Waterfront & Claudio’s Pizza Pumpkin Painting + Beer Special https://claudios.com/event/family-friendly-halloween-activities-3/

Waterfront Halloween Costume Party! Saturday, October 30, 2021, 09:00pm – 01:00am       Celebrate Halloween in the bar where rum runners and bootleggers unloaded their hooch and local imbibed illegal sprits almost 100 years ago!  Free Entry with Costume! https://claudios.com/event/late-night-halloween-party/

Long Island Aquarium

Bats, Barnacles & Broomsticks – Halloween Party October 23 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm Celebrate Halloween – Aquarium style.  All “buoys” and “ghouls” in costume will get 50% off admission with a paying adult (one child 12 years and under, per adult).  Children will gather sweets and treats with our Safe Trick or Treating throughout the Aquarium, vendor tables featuring giveaways and raffle prizes and of course, our lovable animals, enjoying their Halloween treats! https://www.longislandaquarium.com/event/bats-barnacles-broomsticks-halloween-party/

Trunk or Treat

Hallockville Musuem Festive Trunk or Treat,  Saturday, October 30 from 3-6PM. The event will feature Mike the Silly Magician, a fabulous silent auction and raffle, pumpkin decorating and other Halloween crafts, games on the lawn, a costume parade and contest, all culminating in an amazing “Trunk or Treat!” https://hallockville.org

Halloween Costume Skate for Adults 21+

GDC Roller Skate Rink, 102 3rd Street, Greenport-Sat, October 30, 2021 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM Halloween Costume Skate for Adults 21+. Prizes and surprises! Tickets required for entry. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/halloween-costume-skate-for-adults-21-tickets-177282756497

Enjoy, and have a spooky time. We’ll keep the lights on for you.

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