Goblins and Ghouls to March on Brookline Boulevard

Friendly ones, of course. Brookline’s annual Halloween Parade is next Saturday, Oct. 27, and all are invited.

If you see a group of fanciful characters and frightening faces marching through Brookline next Saturday, no worries—it’s just a normal Halloween event on the Boulevard.

Brookline’s annual Halloween Parade is Oct. 27, and all ages are welcome to participate. No registration required—just show up in costume.

The parade will start at 2 p.m. at the Cannon Park monument, near Brookline United Presbyterian Church on Brookline Boulevard. Princesses, super heroes, goblins and more will march to the senior high rise a few blocks down on the Boulevard.

Every participant will receive a treat bag full of candy for the kids and coupons for the grown-ups.

After the parade, all are invited to Cannon Coffee to enjoy hot chocolate and coffee.

Trick or treat in the City of Pittsburgh is Oct. 31.

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