Annual Events and Holidays in NYC


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Ragamuffin Parade

October 1, 2021 (339 days away)

At the beginning of the spooky season, the Ragamuffin Parade brings out the costumed characters for a tradition that's been celebrated longer than Halloween. The ghosts and ghouls can wait until later in the month, because children in the Ragamuffin Parade dress in hobo costumes when they go door-to-door seeking candy.


Upcoming Events

NYC public schools midwinter recess begins (February 17th)
Special Election for Queens Borough President (canceled due to coronavirus concerns, with no date scheduled) (March 24th)
NYC public schools Spring recess (schools remain closed due to coronavirus) (April 9th)

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