While many Brooklyn neighborhoods have long-standing Halloween traditions, one of the best has to be the annual makeover and performance at 313 Clinton Avenue. This year, the circus-themed event will take place every half-hour between 5 and 8 p.m. Other events in the area include the Fort Greene Park Halloweed Festival from 12-3 in the park, the Great Pupkin Dog Costume Contest at 11:30 on the steps to the monument in the park, and the Society for Clinton Hill Halloween Walk which kicks off at 5 p.m. at the corner of Dekalb and Hall.
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