Members of the Riverhead Business Improvement District Management Association debated whether to continue having the popular Halloween Festival and coffin race next fall in light of the pending resignation of executive director Diane Tucci, who organized that and other downtown events. READ
The annual Riverhead Cardboard Boat Race is sticking with August this year for the second consecutive year and it will have some company. (more…)
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.
“Alive on 25?” There’s an app for that! “Cardboard boat race?” There’s an app for that, too. READ
Storefront trick-or-treating, a jack-o-lantern contest and a nighttime parade down Main Street were among the highlights of Halloween Fest in downtown Riverhead Saturday. READ
For most of the past five years, the Riverhead Business Improvement District has operated without any paid staff or an office.
Members of the BID Management Association, who are volunteers themselves, have been responsible for organizing many of the popular downtown events the group sponsors, including the recent Alive on 25, the Fourth of July celebration and others.