For this month's 100 Things to do in Syosset we are going to Syosset-Woodbury Community park for a frighteningly glorious festival as Tobay transforms the grounds on Saturday, October 6, into a ghoulishly "boo-tiful" seasonal setting.
The devil is in the details at this free festival for there will be fun activities for adults and children such as Halloween crafts, bouncers, apple cider, and popcorn. Some of the ghostly games will be: eyeball bounce, build-a-skeleton, halloween golf, Frankenstein relay, pumpkin roll, grave yard spider hunt, just to name a scary few.
Look for a field of hay for a "U-Pick" pumpkin patch where kids can gather up a gourd and take it to the craft table to create some hair-raising decorations on their very own jack-o-lantern. Each child will receive one free pumpkin while supplies last.
Children will also have the opportunity to enjoy a hayride and everyone is encouraged to masquerade around in their costumes to get into the Halloween spirit.
This event is being held rain or shine and if you can't make it to the Syosset festivities, head over to Massapequa to the Marjorie R. Post Community Park on Saturday, October 20 for more fall fun.
This festival is sponsored by the Town of Oyster Bay's Department of Community & Youth Services, Cultural and Performing Arts Division. For more information visit the Town's website: www.oysterbaytown.com
So come on down from 1pm until 4pm for a Spooktacular Syosset trick and treat.