December 15, 2018

It’s All Happening for Halloween! Haunted BookCellar at OL Library, Halloween Party at LYSB, Costume Parade Down Lyme Street …

This house on Lyme Street is all ready for the Halloween happenings tonight!

Today is Halloween and there’s even more than usual happening on Lyme Street!

The Lyme-Old Lyme Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a contest to support the Florence Griswold Museum’s Wee Faerie Village theme of Faerieville USA.  Take a stroll down Lyme Street and you will see Humpty Dumpty on the Library lawn, a rocking faerie at the Nightingale Café and a teen collaboration of Faeries at Lymes’ Youth Service Bureau (LYSB.) Which one will win the coveted orange ribbon and lead the LYSB Halloween Parade?

New this year from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Old Lyme-Phoebe Griffin Noyes Library, there will be a Haunted Bookcellar, so when the little kids finish school, take them down to the Library for some pre-Halloween fun to kick off the night.


In this file photo, Katie Colburn celebrates Halloween with Max Garvin.

Then, in keeping with a 20-year plus tradition, Lymes’ Youth Service Bureau is hosting a Halloween Party for children ages 12 months through 2nd grade from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.  This is a free, fun family event offering games, crafts, photo booth fun, face painting, and more.

All “little goblins” must be accompanied by an adult.

The traditional costume parade will then leave the firehouse at 6:30 p.m. when all party participants are invited to march down Lyme Street behind a fire truck.

Here’s wishing all our readers a Happy Halloween!



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