Halloween starts a few days early in Brookline, with two events this Saturday to get costumed Halloween fans in the spirit of the season.
The day kicks off at noon with a Halloween party at Brookline Recreation Center. All ages are invited—in trick-or-treat costumes, of course—for an afternoon of making crafts, playing games and collecting candy. Lunch will be provided. A $2 donation per person is requested.
The party ends at 2 p.m., which is when the annual Halloween parade begins. For information about the Halloween parade on Brookline Boulevard, click here and check out this article.
Trick-or-treat in the City of Pittsburgh is Oct. 31.