Halloween Bash

Join us for our annual Halloween Bash on Thursday, Oct. 24, 2019, from 6 to 7:30 p.m.              

Since 2013, the Friends of the Orchard Park Library has hosted a safe Halloween Party at the end of October for all the families in the surrounding communities. We provide a safe, warm and dry environment in the library for children of all ages to celebrate Halloween with their families and the community. 

This year's party will include a scavenger hunt, a spooky stroll (weather permitting), and other fun, Halloween-themed activities.

Returning again this year will be members of the Superhero Alliance. So come on out and get your picture taken with some of your favorite superheroes or villains. They like a good Halloween party just as much as the next person. 

This year's activities include:

  • A Trick-or-Treat Halloween Scavenger Hunt
  • A Spooky Stroll (weather permitting)
  • Gross Feel & Touch Guessing Game
  • Spooky Storytelling n the Community Room
  • Face Painting
  • Craft & Activity Tables
  • Refreshments


This is our sixth year sponsoring and hosting this party for area children.

For more information on the party or to volunteer, please contact the Friends at info@friendsofoplibrary.org.





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4570 South Buffalo Street
Orchard Park, NY 14127


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