The second annual Edgar Allan Poe Festival continued Saturday along Main Street in Riverhead, with dozens of children trick or treating at shops, spooky stories and a Monster Mash performance at Vail Leavitt Music Hall.
The festival wraps up Sunday.
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The Edgar Allan Poe Festival is returning to downtown Riverhead this Halloween weekend and will have a few new features.
The event will include a radio broadcast of Orson Welles’ “War of the Worlds” and will “scare the heck out of everybody,” festival organizer Sal St. George told the Riverhead Business Improvement District Management Association on Wednesday. READ
From haunted houses to real ghost stories to spooky hayrides, there are plenty of Halloween activities on the North Fork this month to put a chill in the air and keep you up at night. Here’s a rundown of the Halloween fun: (more…)
The three-day festival — which kicked off again at 11 a.m. today at the Long Island Aquarium — brought trick-or-treaters downtown starting in the late afternoon, followed by an Edgar Allan Poe Parade down Main Street. (more…)