The Riverhead Business Improvement District’s Halloween Fest is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 26, and the event will include some of the staples of past events, including the annual Halloween Parade, trick-or-treating on Main Street and decorating the street lamps. READ
Due to the forecast of heavy rains and winds Saturday, paired with high tides and potential river flooding, the Riverhead Business Improvement District Management Association has made changes to the schedule for the planned Halloween Fest this weekend, according to Diane Tucci, the executive director for the BIDMA.
The Riverhead Business Improvement District Management Association is bringing back the popular coffin races for the second straight year at its annual Halloween Festival Oct. 27.
The Halloween Parade will also take place that night, and there will be trick-or-treating in the afternoon. READ
With rain in the forecast Sunday, the new coffin races that are part of the Halloween Festival have been moved up a day. READ
The annual Halloween Parade and the new “coffin races” will be among the highlights of the Riverhead Business Improvement District’s Halloween Festival this year.
Riverhead may soon have coffin races, like those held in a mountain town in Colorado.