New York Halloween Parade 2020
New York’s Greenwich Village Halloween Parade, considered the largest participatory event in the country with 50,000 costumed revelers typically marching up Sixth Avenue, has been canceled . Still, officials have plans for alternative fun that has “the famous, and sometimes crazy, Nyack Halloween vibe.” . Boo-hoo! New York City’s beloved Parade has been canceled due to COVID-19 concerns — but disappointed fans should still expect a surprise “trick” as a consolation gift that night, its long-time .
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Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday said he has no plans to ban trick-or-treating this Halloween amid concerns nationwide about whether kids going door to door could create a safety hazard during the COVID-19 . While Mayor Bill de Blasio thinks Halloween might be a more virtual event in New York City this year, Gov. Andrew Cuomo pledged Tuesday he will not ban door-to-door trick or treating in the Empire .
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This year’s Halloween Parade in Greenwich Village has been canceled. Organizers are now planning what they’re calling a “spontaneous” in-person event in place of the parade. They say the event will be New York City restaurants struggling to stay in business after months of closures imposed in the face of the coronavirus pandemic won a long-awaited approval on Wednesday to resume limited indoor .
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Like so many large scale events this year, the Village HalloweenParade has been canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic, organizers announced Thursday. However, in the spirit of trick or treating . New York Halloween Parade 2020 New York City’s Village Halloween Parade has been canceled due to coronavirus-related concerns, according to the New York Post. The Halloween parade typically runs up Sixth Ave from Spring Street to .