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Halloween superhero, princess party; Circus for adults

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Halloween is turned up several notches around the city that never sleeps as the fun-filled holiday approaches.

What young child doesn't dream of flying high like a superhero and reigning over her kingdom as a princess?

It's all possible at the Princess and Superhero themed Halloween party on Manhattan's West Side.

The Hudson Terrace on West 46th Street and 11th Ave. is hosting a mega-party fit for the cutest of kids.

Guests of all ages are encouraged to dress up and have some fun on Saturday, October 27 from 12 p.m.- 2 p.m.

The children's Halloween party will feature a photo session with princesses and superheroes, trick or treat bag decorating, tattoo stations, live entertainment, games, pizza and candy!

General admission is $40 (includes admission for one with Entertainment, Games & Prizes, Pizza & Juice Box, Superhero Mask or Princess Wand and Photos with Superhero & Princess.) Children under three are free. Adults will receive a complimentary glass of wine or beer with a General Admission ticket.

For full details and to purchase tickets, visit iAdventure.com

Before the kids have all the fun this Halloween, check out the Midnight Circus featuring aerial performers and contortionists.

The folks at Providence night club on West 57th Street and 8th Ave. will be serving up absinthe cocktails and spooky Halloween treats.

With a DJ spinning the latest beats, you'll be able to dance the night away.

Entry tickets (access to cash bar and entertainment) are $30 and include a masquerade mask.

General admission is $55 and includes one treat, masquerade mask and one absinthe cocktail.

For full details and to purchase tickets, visit iAdventure.com

For more Halloween fun including resources, tips and fun facts, visit the Halloween Headquarters at MyFoxNY.com

 

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