Halloween parades happening on LI this spooky season 

Don't be frightened as ghosts, goblins, witches and zombies, both playful and scary, take over your neighborhood streets.

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10 family-friendly things to do this 3-day weekend 

Check out fairs, festivals, a hockey game and more. 

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Everything you need to know about the Oyster Festival's big return

One of Long Island's largest outdoor events will return in full swing to Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park Oct. 15-16 for the first time since 2019.

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10 events, things to do this weekend on Long Island

Options include festivals, family-friendly fun, concerts and more. 

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Rise of the Jack O'Lanterns returns to LI at a new location 

The Rise was previously held at Old Westbury Gardens.

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Great Jack O'Lantern Blaze brings 7,000 pumpkins to Old Bethpage

New attractions this year celebrate Long Island Hall of Famers Billy Joel and Joan Jett.

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NYC's immersive 'Beyond Van Gogh' art experience coming to LI

Long Islanders will get the chance to step into the work of a legendary artist this fall.

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'Hocus Pocus' pop-up bar flying back into Farmingdale

It's already Halloween in Farmingdale.

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'World's biggest bounce house' returns to LI 

The event is returning to Long Island for the first time in four years at Broadway Commons shopping mall in Hicksville.

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Tribes and crowds flock back to pageantry, tradition of Shinnecock Nation powwow

Between 30,000 and 40,000 people are expected at the 76th annual powwow, which runs through Monday and this year opened to the public again after two years of pandemic-era tribal-only celebrations.

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Affordable, family-friendly ways to have fun at the Hampton Classic

Here's the lowdown on how families can enjoy an inexpensive day at the Hampton Classic.

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Fitness classes, games, tours more: Explore summer activities at LI wineries

Explore late summer activities at LI wineries.

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