Where to celebrate Halloween on Martha’s Vineyard

Tucker Penrose braves a haunted house on Circuit Ave.

Every year there are more and more Halloween happenings on-Island. From kids’ crafts to community parades to late-night parties, there’s almost an overwhelming amount going on. We’ve got the all-inclusive list. Let the festivities begin!

Halloween, Tuesday, October 31


The Edgartown Council on Aging will have its Halloween party at 12 pm. Best costume wins a prize.

The Edgartown library and the Aquinnah library will celebrate their annual Halloween parties at 3 pm. The West Tisbury library’s annual party starts at 3:30 pm.

A costume parade led by Bella’s Puppet Show begins at 4 pm at the Mansion House in Vineyard Haven. Stop by the stores for treats.

Halloween celebrations at St. Augustine Church also begin at 4 pm. Snacks, light supper, and refreshments will be served.

Trick or Treat Halloween Haven happens at the M.V. Playhouse at 5 pm. Come for treats, apple cider, coffee, and tea.

The Vineyard Haven library welcomes children and families between 5 and 8 pm to take a break from trick-or-treating, and relax among cider and friends.

The annual Halloween party at the Ag Hall starts at 6 pm, with games, prizes, refreshments, and a spooky hay ride.

A Halloween thriller at the Edgartown library also begins at 6 pm. They’ll be screening the film “Don’t Look Now.”

The Oak Bluffs library will host a spooky dance party at 6:30 pm. Wear your costumes and dance away the candy crazies.

If you’re 21 and up, don’t miss the 8 pm costume dance party at the Barn, Bowl and Bistro with DJ AP and DJ Ricky Prime.

A Halloween party at the Loft begins at 9 pm with DJ Hack It.

The Space Invaders play at the Ritz at 10 pm.

Have fun and be safe, and The Times wishes everyone a Happy Halloween!