‘Hauntington’ Costumers to Parade Wednesday

The  Children’s Halloween costume parade hosted by Councilman Mark Cuthbertson and Councilwoman Joan Cergol is set for Wednesday, Oct. 31 in downtown Huntington.

Children of all ages (and their parents or guardians) are invited to dress in costume and walk in the parade.  Participants should meet in front of the Huntington Post Office on Gerard Street at 4  p.m.

The parade will start at about 4:15 p.m. Parade marchers will walk from Gerard Street to the intersection of Wall Street and Main Street (25A).

Village merchants pass out candy to trick or treaters in the “Safe Trick-or-Treat Program.”

For information please call 631-351-3112.

Thanks to a young resident, the town has ceremoniously renamed itself Hauntington for the day.

“Angelica Dee Cunningham, a Huntington resident, student and avid trick-or-treater, wrote to my office and asked that we rename the Town ‘Hauntington’ for Halloween,” said Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci, who sponsored the resolution to rename the Town. “The Town Board unanimously voted to start this new tradition — I commend Angelica’s interest in local civics and I encourage all of our students to follow her lead!”

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