It’s time for our weekly events round-up!

This week contains an array of events, including a dog themed Oktoberfest at Bridge and Tunnel Brewery, a Witches March, a Halloween scavenger hunt in Maria Hernandez Park, a haunted house, a prom from the dead and more!

To submit an event for consideration in next week’s list, email Schroeder at Bushwick Daily dot com!


Thursday, October 21

Undead Prom

What is it?

Wear your best undead formal attire as Footlight Presents a night you will never forget, prom! Free prom photos will be provided courtesy of The Windjammer and The Self-Portrait Project, and enjoy live music from The Upstart Crows, PowerSnap, The Rizzos and Teenage Halloween.

Where is it?

The Windjammer Bar, 552 Grandview Ave.

When is it?

8 p.m.

How much is it?

$7-$15.

Donations of baby food, housewares, clean, gently used clothing, as well as monetary donations can also be made to Bushwick Ayuda Mutua.


Friday, October 22

Halloween Queeraoke with Dyke Beer

What is it?

Hosted by Dyke Beer, belt out your favorite tunes while enjoying a refreshing beer. Costumes encouraged!

Where is it?

Pine Box Rock Shop, 12 Grattan St.

When is it?

8 p.m – 12 a.m.

How much is it?

$10


Alternate futures

What is it?

Cities for People, Not for Profit is presenting a fun-filled evening to raise funds for Comida Pal Pueblo, which works to distribute free fresh produce, non-perishables, prepared meals and other essential items on a bi-weekly basis for the Bushwick community. This outdoor event will include a candle magic workshop, tarot card readings, tabling sessions featuring Mi Casa No Es Su Casa, On What Grounds and other local groups that focus on housing justice, land use and environmental justice while offering ways for attendees to get involved in community efforts. A listening station for Nos Cuidamos featuring stories of grassroots organizing from Bushwick mutual aid organizers in response to COVID and a vibrant music performance by Colombian singer-songwriter Alea and Venezuelan guitarist Luis D’Elias will also take place.

Where is it?

L’imprimerie, 1524 Myrtle Ave. 

When is it?

6 – 9 p.m.

How much is it?

$18


Saturday, October 23

Dawgtoberfest 

What is it?

A fundraising event for Small Bites Rescue, Inc. Join the day-long event starting with a barbeque at 2 p.m. and followed by a food truck for our four-legged friends, a dog costume contest at 5 p.m., vital information about health and safety for dogs and a raffle. And, end the day with a K-9 comedy show by Last Call Comedy at 8 p.m. Be sure to enjoy some of the 16 beers on tap while attending this paw-ty. 

Where is it?

Bridge and Tunnel Brewery, 1535 Decatur St. 

When is it?

2 p.m.

How much is it?

Free


BklynQuest: Bushwick Spooky Edition

What is it?

BklynQuest is a choose-your-own-adventure scavenger hunt composed of teams of five to ten people. For this scavenger hunt, be prepared to roam around Bushwick and participate in various challenges. Win points by posting your adventures on Instagram with the hashtag “#BklynQuest.” A closing ceremony and winner announcement will be held at the end of the scavenger hunt.

Where is it?

Maria Hernandez Park. 

When is it?

Saturday, October 23 from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.

How much is it?

$10


Sunday, October 24

Witches March

What is it?

Hosted by Cult 24, come march in your scariest witch attire in the Bushwick area. Witch hats will be provided to the first 24 people. Dark colored clothing, warm jackets, a flashlight and a hot beverage are recommended. Performances by Gabbie Rose, Mag Ne Ta Zair, Nat Brat, Corvette and more. Masks are required for the march.

Where is it?

The Freedom Triangle across from Happy Fun Hideaway on the corner of Myrtle Ave and Willoughby Ave.

When is it?

8 – 11:30 p.m.

How much is it?

$15 donation is recommended as the money will be split between the artists. 


Wednesday, October 27

Euphoria’s Halloween Maze “Nightmare on Jefferson Street”

What is it?

Enter an immersive, terrifying, yet thrilling 4,000 square foot art installation featuring a maze of horror presented by Euphoria and become the star of your own horror movie as well as tap into your biggest fears at this all-ages Halloween event. It is important to note that installations are highly immersive and some may use strong lighting and loud sound effects. People with heart conditions and prone to seizures, are advised to consult with medical physicians.

Where is it?

Absurd Conclave Building, 360 Jefferson St., 2B.

When is it?

It is open Wednesday through Sunday. Hours on Friday, Saturday and Sunday differ from weekday time slots as weekends run from 1 p.m. to 11 p.m. This event runs every half hour from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Wednesday, October 27.

How much is it?

$25 for adults and $12 for children ages 5 – 15.


Featured image courtesy of Euphoria.

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