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Halloween for Grown-Ups 2017:

Halloween_KMA_Dance Party Where to celebrate Halloween 2017Local! Costume Bash Dance party, Katonah Museum of Art – Fri, 10/13: 80pm: Boogie down on Jay Street while sipping cocktail concoctions and crafty beer. Their mad host committee – Casey Carter and Melissa Dilmaghani – will be out on the dance floor with you. Most creative costumery wins prizes. Plus spooktacular raffles from Bijou and Old New House. (134 Jay St., Rt.22, Katonah;

Jay Ghoul’s House of Curiosities, Lyndhurst Mansion: Thurs-Tues, 10/19-31: In this new edition of Jay Ghoul’s House of Curiosities, it’s 1925 and a murder has been committed. The Gothic mansion is filled with Halloween_Lyndhurst_JayGhoul Where to celebrate Halloween 2017madcap suspects from the board game Clue. Including Madam Peacock, Chef Mustard, and Miss Scarlet who each hold a clue to the crime. Who did it, with what weapon, and in what room? Help solve the case before the menace gets away! The performance is fun, suspenseful, and spooky but not scary and appeals to adults and teens and most younger children. (Lyndhurst Mansion, 635 S. Broadway, Tarrytown;

Horse and Hound InnA Taste of Westchester, The Horse & Hound Inn, Ghosts– Thurs, 10/26: 6-8pm: Silvano and Sue Vales share stories of spirit sightings at the inn at this annual cooking class and gourmet boo fest. Your meal starts with butternut squash ravioli with sage crema. Then Chef Clinton Barlow shows you how to break down a duck for classic confit and pan seared with an orange sauce. Seasonal apples in a puff pastry for dessert plus wine pairings. Register here (94 Spring Street, South Salem, 

Local! After Dark Halloween Marathon, Jacob Burns – Fri, 10/27: 8:30pm: Stay up all night at J. Burns’ 4th annual Halloween Marathon! Hosted by JBFC Senior Programmer Andrew Jupin, this year’s marathon features eight films including: the new 4k restoration of George Romero’s 1968 horror classic Night of the Living Dead. Plus, in the spirit of “so bad it’s good” cinema, J. Burns will screen the 1997 film I Know What You Did Last Summer, starring Jennifer Love Hewitt and Freddy Prinze Jr., with live commentary from the cast of the We Hate Movies comedy podcast – that revels in this sort of thing. There’s a costume contest and activities in the Jane Peck Gallery, and the concession stand will be open all night with plenty of coffee! (Jacob Burns Film Center, 364 Manville Rd., Pleasantville:

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Local! Rocky Horror Picture Show, ChappPac, Fri, 10/27: 8pm: It’s astounding, time is fleeting, madness takes it’s toll…” Try to keep control when Riff-Raff and Magenta come to 10514 (home of 12,741 Brad & Janet’s) with their Time Warp tutorial. WARNING: It may be just a step to the left, and then a step to the right, “but it’s the pelvic thru-ust that really drives you insa-a-a-a-ane!” Just in time for Halloween. This we gotta see! (480 Bedford Road, Chappaqua; 914.458.5143) Tickets here.

Halloween_The_Heights_Soul'd_AgainSponsored! Halloween Costume Party featuring Soul’D Again, The Heights at Brother Vic’s – Fri, 10/27: 8pm & Sat, 10/28: 12am: Get all costumed up and head over to The Heights for an adult style costume party. Featuring Kisco-based Soul’d Again performing 50s&70s soul from James Brown, Sam & Dave, Stevie Wonder & more. (920 Oak Ridge Drive, South Salem, 914.704. 8427;

rHalloween_rocky-horror Where to celebrate Halloween 2017Rocky Horror Picture Show, Paramount Hudson Valley – Sat, 10/28: 8 & 11pm: “Toucha- toucha- toucha- touch me, I wanna be dirty. Thrill me, chill me, fulfill me, creature of the night.”  (1008 Brown St., Peekskill:

Phil Lesh Capitol Theatre Port ChesterPhil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band, Capitol Theatre – Tues, 10/31: 8pm: Lesh’s love affair with the Capitol Theatre continues. The Grateful Dead bassist and his Terrapin Family Band are joined by Rob Barraco, Nicki Bluhm and pedal steel guitar extraordinaire Robert Randolph. TKTS avail on STUB HUB! (149 Westchester Ave., Port Chester;

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