Artist Chie Nishio presents an exhibition of the Hasidic religious community through female point of view. 9 am–6 pm.
Bring in a non-perishable food for the homeless and receive a free initial exam. By appointment only. 9 am–7 pm.
A new exhibition tracing the tracks of the Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad through the natural and built environments of New York State. 10 am–4 pm.
Artist Traci Talasco transforms Brooklyn Arts Council Gallery into an interactive, domestic environment created entirely out of sandpaper 10 am–5 pm.
The new exhibit at the museum provides young scientists the opportunity to explore innovations in biology, health, robotics, and technology. 10 am–5 pm.
Anniversary exhibition of works by Igor Bezchastnov. 10 am–6 pm.
An original Halloween musical comedy for kids. 10:30 am.
A retrospective of the artist’s work. 11 am–6 pm.
A collection of portraits by six artists, using the technique "Moonalising," or capturing the essence and uniqueness of the subject. Featuring Abdul Badi, Yehuda Blum, Colin Bootman, Maria Diaz-Luna, France Hilbert, and Carlos Pinto. 11 am–5 pm.
Works by 35 Brooklyn artists and collectives. 11 am–6 pm.
An immersive installation by Corina Reynolds recreating the waiting room and executive office from the northwestern section of the Jacob K. Javits Federal Building, which is home to the Social Security Administration, New York City Immigration, and other government offices. 11 am–2 pm.
The Downtown Brooklyn Partnership is selling off its stock of summer plants, trees, and flowers. 12–6 pm.
Photographer Natsuko Matsumura’s exhibition exploring the relationship of people and their surroundings. Noon–midnight.
Meet cats and other animals for adoption, every day at Animal Care & Control’s Meow-a-thon. Cats a year and older are free! Noon–7 pm.
An exhibition featuring over 50 artists’ pieces utilizing paper. This includes drawing, painting, cutting, carving, printing, folding, sculpting, and assembling art that highlights the universality of paper. Noon–6 pm.
Installation by Jude Tallichet featuring 10 full-sized castings including a car and six cracked iPhones as a meditation on loss and desire. 1–6 pm.
Get in the Halloween spirit with haunted walk tours, fairy tale forest tours, and costume contest for families. Prizes will be given out for best costume, contests for kids and adults. With a food court, rides face painting train rides, and more. 3:30–9 pm.
Enjoy safe trick or treating at the 19th annual event that includes the pumpkin patch, favorite characters, arts and crafts, more. Older children have fun on a scary stroll. There is also a costume contest for children and adults. Hosted by State Sen. Martin Golden. 3:30 pm to 9 pm.
Children have a safe place to trick or treat with candy and fun and games. Children must be accompanied by an adult. No adult will be admitted without a child. 4–6 pm.
The Brooklyn Academy of Music’s annual Halloween celebration with treats, games, a costume contest and more. This year’s theme is Around the World. 4–7 pm.
MNS real estate hosts a Halloween haunted house, complete with a vampire’s den, skeleton graveyard, picture booth, witches’ coven, and candy. 4:30–7:30 pm.
Win bar tab prizes for best costumes, plus drink specials and a midnight screening of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show." 5 pm.
Join in for the fun in costume and march along with other ghosts, ghouls, and goblins. The parade winds its way up 14th Street and ends at the Old Stone House and Washington Park where there will be dancing and entertainment. 5:30 pm.
The local recreation house turns into a Halloween extravaganza with scary decorations, costumes, music, lights and kid-friendly candy. Suitable for older children, but younger ones welcome with parent/guardian. 6–8:30 pm.
Horror author Andrea Janes leads a 90-minute walking tour with frightening sites of dreadful stories. 7:00pm.