On the eve of one of the scariest evenings, there will be a swinging party in Brooklyn Heights. All friends are invited but be wary if you scare too easy: the ‘All Hallows Eve Bash’ will be a fright-night for sure!
According to the Brooklyn Bridge Park website (1) “the Conservancy’s Junior Committee (will be celebrating) our first Halloween party, at One Brooklyn Bridge Park.”
Guests will get to enjoy much more than just frights as there will be “Blood and Sand,” the signature Halloween cocktail provided by Highland Park Scotch Whiskey, “music, dancing, a costume contest, immersive video decoration, raffle, festive atmosphere and more!”
For folks who enjoy the Park or just for those who like to support a good cause, you should all come out and spend an evening among friends, having fun. Proceeds from this event will “support free public programming in Brooklyn Bridge Park.”
Whether or not you appreciate this programming, you can’t deny the fact that it does a world of good for the community.