Halloween Happenings for Adults

Join Montclair Public Library as they host two upcoming spooky events, specifically for adults this Halloween season and yes candy will be included!

Adults deserve to enjoy the Halloween season too!

halloween happenings for adults
Photo courtesy of Montclair Public Library.

Why should kids get all the fun? Thanks to Montclair Public Library, they’re hosting two spooky upcoming events for adults to enjoy this Halloween season! And of course, candy will be included so be sure to be bring your family and friends who have a sweet tooth. By incorporating adults into this fun filled event, it truly shows how accommodating the town of Montclair is to its residents. It exudes pride in everything it does and makes the effort to ensure that all of its residents are included and involved in all commutative events because Montclair is like no other. This is definitely one of the many reasons why Montclair is a great place to live, work, and play.

  • Hudson Shakespeare Company presents Tales of Edgar Allan Poe
    Saturday, October 22 at 2pm

“Words have no power to impress the mind without the exquisite horror of their reality.”

Edgar Allan Poe is notorious for his spooky stories and vivid imagination. Come see four of his most famous horror stories retold and played out before your eyes. Tales include The RavenThe Tell Tale HeartThe Purloined Letter and The Black Cat.

Register here.

  • Screening of King’s Highway: The Story of Malcolm Fairfield
    Monday, October 31 at 7pm

What happens when you realize your long-deceased brother is one of the most famous ghosts in New Jersey? Can tragedy transform into mythology? If you lived for the stage, would part of you always remain there? ‘King’s Highway: The Story of Malcolm Fairfield’ explores these questions through interviews, archives and reenactments.

Filmed in Montclair, this short documentary is about a Montclair State University ghost that has been haunting its Memorial Auditorium for more than forty years. Written and directed by Boris Tsessarsky, it was accepted to the NYC Independent Film Festival.

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