- Advertisement -

Swap Those Halloween Costumes


Share post:

- Advertisement -

Saturday, October 13 is National Costume Swap Day, a day to pass the Halloween costumes that no longer fit your kids on to a new generation of witches and zombies. This is a nationwide recycling event, and the Bloomfield Public Library will be a swap location.

To participate, you’ll need to drop off clean, gently used children’s Halloween costumes at the library any time before the day of the swap. (The map below will get you there.) You’ll get a swap ticket for each costume, with a limit of 1 per child. You bring your ticket back on October 13 to select a new costume.

From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., the swap will be open only to those with swap tickets. From 1 to 2 p.m., the swap is open to all, with a requested donation of $3 per costume.

If you can’t make the swap and you want a vintage costume, check out the Wonderfun Shop in Pompton Lakes. They are selling off a wide assortment of costumes from theaters and magicians, all at very reasonable prices.

[mappress mapid=”222″]


Print Friendly, PDF & Email
- Advertisement -


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisement -

Related articles

Family Night Set For October 5

Family Night will be celebrated in Verona on Thursday, October 5. The calendar has been cleared of meetings, practices...

Real Estate: 1 New Listing, 2 Open Houses, 2 Price Changes

It's going to be a rainy weekend, which could dampen enthusiasm for Verona real estate. But there's a...

Letter: The State Senate Races Are Important

Dear Editors: Now that the Supreme Court is busy chipping away–-sometimes with a nail file, sometimes with an axe–-rights...

Recreation Basketball Needs Coaches

The Verona Recreation Department is looking for volunteer coaches for its in-town basketball program. Verona has three Recreation leagues--3rd...
- Advertisement -