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Little Falls Rec Department Plans Annual Halloween Bash


LITTLE FALLS, NJ - The Little Falls Recreation Department will host its annual Halloween Bash, rain or shine on Saturday, Oct. 28, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon at the Little Falls Recreation Center, 160 Paterson Avenue, Little Falls. This event is for Little Falls residents only.

Cost is $3 per child. Pre-registration is required at the Recreation Center to receive a “Trick or Treat” bag. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged. There is a $5 registration fee at the door if you do not pre-register.

There will be a pumpkin patch, games, and more. There will be prizes for best costume, most original, and scariest. Children must be accompanied by an adult. For more information call 973-256-3884.

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