The Riverhead Business Improvement District has scheduled “a weekend of fun and frights” as part of its annual Halloween Fest celebration, which includes the return of the coffin races next weekend. READ
The coffin race is back!
A group of volunteers led by Kevin Zaneski of Aquebogue has agreed to run the race in this year’s Halloween Festival organized by the Riverhead Business Improvement District. READ
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
The Riverhead Business Improvement District’s Management Association is planning to hire someone to help clean up downtown Riverhead.
At its meeting last Wednesday, the BIDMA voted to spend up to $2,000 to hire a part-time person to work seven days a week for 2.5 hours per day, according to BIDMA executive director Diane Tucci. Those hours could also be split between two part-timers. READ
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
Alive on 25 turned a nearly $15,000 profit this summer and plans are already in the works to hold the event again next year, according to Riverhead Business Improvement District Management Association president Steve Shauger.