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Halloween Thrills & Chills, The LI Women's Expo, News & More in October 12's Newsletter!

We've got the scoop on all the seasonal fun happening here on Long Island this weekend.


This Week's News, Best Events & More for Long Island
October 12th, 2012
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Haunted Playhouse

If you're looking for a unique scare this Halloween season, head over to the Gateway Playhouse in Bellport for an evening filled with scary good fun.

Thier haunt is produced by professionals, which makes Gateway's Haunted Playhouse truly stand out as a great haunt. This haunt is quite scary, and is recommended for those over the age of 13.

If you're prepared to be scared, then head over to Gateway's Haunted Playhouse this weekend - just remember - FEAR IS CONTAGIOUS.

For more info,
please visit their website
or call 631-286-1133
Dear Long Islander,

October is well under way, and thankfully, after a week filled with rain, the outlook is bright for the weekend is looking bright - perfect for enjoying a haunted house, or some of the upcoming fall festivities. this weekend is also the Women's Expo - an exciting and unique event that ladies from Long Island won't want to miss. As the spookiest season of the year kicks into high gear, there are also plenty of great things to do to get into the Halloween Spirit whether you're looking to enjoy some family fun, or you're ready to step up to something more scary this year. We've even put together a Halloween Safety Guide, to ensure the little ghouls have a good time this Halloween, and parents can have piece of mind. Ready to get into the swing of things? We've got you covered with the best of the best this weekend on Long Island.

Spooky Fest - The Woods Are Haunted!
CSTL Presents Thier 4th Annual Family Halloween Adventure
If you're looking for a Halloween Haunt that will be fun for the whole family, then you don't want to miss Spooky Fest - The Woods Are Haunted! presented by CSTL in Rockville Centre. Starting October 19th, Spooky Fest is open Friday - Sunday, and this haunt is bigger than ever this year. Admission is only $10, and there is tons of spooky good fun to indluge in - including their scary walk in the woods (with a less scary version for the little ghouls at special times), a kids craft area, a live animal exhibit, and goody bags for the first 200 children each night. If you're ready to have a spooky good time, head over to Spooky Fest for a haunted adverture to remember!
For more information, please visit their website, call 516-764-0045.
Hot Off the Presses's Annual Halloween Safety Guide
Tips & Tricks to Stay Safe this Halloween Season
October is one of the most exciting months of the year on Long Island – the days are filled with both fun and fright, all to celebrate the changing of the season, and of course, Halloween. As we begin to indulge in Halloween Festivities, it’s important to remember to be safe, and keep out of harm’s way – especially with all the goblins and ghouls running around! Before you head out to enjoy a night of thrills and chills, make sure you're prepared for whatever the night may bring, and have taken precautions to keep yourself, your property, and others safe. To help you gear up for a Spooktakular Season, we’ve put together a few tips & tricks to help you enjoy a safe & fun Halloween this year.
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The Long Island Women's Expo Comes to SCCC
The Largest Event for Women on LI is Here October 13th & 14th!
If you're looking for something exciting to do with your gal pals this weekend, then you won't want to miss the Long Island Women's Expo this Saturday from 10AM-8PM, and Sunday from 10AM-6PM at the SCCC Exhibition Complex in Brentwood. Admission is only $5, and a portion of the proceeds go to beneift the Baldwin Fund. The first 250 women to arrive will recieve a free gift bag, and there will be free hair & cosmetic makeovers throughout the weekend. All weekend long, there will be fashion shows, fitness demos, wine, food, wellness seminars,raffles, giveaways and more! There are dozens of vendors attending, and many famous featured guests! Ladies - this is one you don't want to miss, so make sure to clear your schedule this weekend to the Long Island Women's Expo!

For more information, please visit their website!
This Week's Best Long Island Events 

The 2012 Long Island Women’s Expo
Bring all of your lady friends out to Suffolk Community College in Brentwood this weekend for the 2012 Long Island Women’s Expo! This ultimate Women’s Lifestyle Event  will feature the latest in fashion, food, fitness, cosmetics, wellness, travel, family, home, health and so much more! Admission is $5 and all proceeds will go to the Baldwin Fund. Head out anytime for 10AM to 8PM Saturday or 10AM-6PM Sunday for an event you won’t want to miss!

AAA Kid-Friendly Spooktacular
Head out to the the Tanger Outlets in Riverhead for the Fourth Annual AAA Spooktacular on Saturday, October 13th! From 12PM-4PM, AAA members and their families can participate in Pumpkin picking, Pony Rides, Magic shows, puppet shows and more! Non-members are welcome. Receive a gift if you bring a non-member and they will receive new member incentives. Don’t miss out on a fun-filled day for everyone!

The Annual Oyster Festival
Head out to Theodore Roosevelt Park in Oyster Bay this weekend for the Annual Oyster Festival from 11AM-6PM! This fun packed weekend will feature a Tall Ship, 2 huge tents full of beautiful handmade crafts, exciting Coast Guard in water rescue demos, hearty pirate treasure hunts, fantastic music for the young and old, thrilling midway rides, an exotic petting zoo and of course the most delicious oysters ever- all in one place! All proceeds from food court sales will go to over 25 local charities.

Bayville Scream Park
Looking for some scares this weekend? Head out to the Bayville Scream Park, open daily from 6PM to 11PM. Bayville Adventure Park transforms into a spooky world of frights and surprises to become Bayville Scream park. Featuring Bloodworth Haunted Mansion, Uncle Needle's Fun House of Fear, Temple of Terror, Zombie Pirates and Evil in the Woods! With a special section for younger kids, this will be a fun night for the whole family!

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