Digital Halloween bash at Brookfield Place

by | Oct 28, 2020 | Culture, Downtown News, Entertainment, Featured, Featured

Families across the city are wondering how best to celebrate Halloween in a safe and enjoyable way.

Mom, Dad, and Children Brookfield Place is providing several different activities and events for the public, including a spooky installation, giveaways and virtual celebrations.

Mark your calendar!

Children and families come over to BFPL to view an installation by New York-based artists Tin&Ed. Witness the newly imagined inflatable sculpture whose hybrid flower bloom comes to life in the Winter Garden on October 24-31. Spanning 20-feet tall by 25-feet wide, Monster will be safely suspended amongst the palms, keeping all who pass by safely out of its grasp.

BFPL Halloween Offerings

  1. Digital Halloween bash. Dress in your spookiest costume and join us online for a family-friendly digital Halloween celebration on Saturday, October 31! Digital programming features performances by Sonia De Los Santos, Mario the Maker Magician, String Theory Theater and a Kids Food Festival cooking class.
  2. Redeem your BFPL Halloween goodie bag! Snap a selfie with a specially designed AR filter and become a part of the Monster installation! Tag @BFPLNY to redeem a goodie bag full of tricks and treats from the concierge desk that you and your little ones can enjoy! The BFPL gift bag includes a Halloween coloring book, sweets, offers from BFPL’s shops, a $10 Hudson Eats gift card, and more.
The BFPL gift bag includes a Halloween coloring book, sweets, offers from BFPL’s shops, a $10 Hudson Eats gift card, healthy treats from Kids Food Festival and their partners, and more!
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