Belmar Halloween Parade, Costume Contest and Trunk-or-Treat

Belmar's Halloween parade, costume contest and trunk-or-treat are open to Belmar and Lake Como children — from infants to eighth-graders. With registration beginning at 4:30 p.m. in the Belmar gym, 601 Main Street, the parade will begin at 6 p.m. and proceed down Main Street to Pyanoe Plaza, where judging for the costume contest will take place before a trunk-or-treat begins in adjacent Belmar Plaza. 

In addition, the Beach Music Rock Band from Belmar-based Beach Music Studios will perform during the event. 

If inclement weather forces the cancellation of the parade, the trunk-or-treat will be canceled as well.

Click here for more information on all three related events, or contact Recreation Director Barry Trogu at 732-681-3700, ext. 211, or email btrogu@belmar.com.

 

Contact Information
  1. Barry Trogu
  2. 732-681-3700, ext. 211
  3. btrogu@belmar.com
Wed, October 20
6:00 pm — 9:00 pm
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Belmar's Halloween parade, costume contest and trunk-or-treat are open to Belmar and Lake Como children — from infants to eighth-graders. With registration beginning at 4:30 p.m. in the Belmar gym, 601 Main Street, the parade will begin at 6 p.m. and proceed down Main Street to Pyanoe Plaza, where judging for the costume contest will take place before a trunk-or-treat begins in adjacent ...

followed by parade down Main Street to Pyanoe Plaza, NJ 07719

Belmar Municipal Gym, 601 Main Street (registration)


followed by parade down Main Street to Pyanoe Plaza, NJ 07719

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