Monsters, vampires, and more spooky creatures attend ‘Trunk or Treat’


Nassau County Legislator Kevan  Abrahams partnered with Glory House Recovery Inc., Empire BlueCross BlueShield and the Kiwanis Club of Uniondale United when they hosted their “Trunk or Treat” Halloween celebration at the Baldwin LIRR station on Saturday, Oct. 28.

Participating residents were invited to pre-register their vehicles and prepare their decorated Halloween vehicles at the Baldwin train station parking lot where they will give out candy and other goodies such as toys, pencils and stickers to trick-or-treaters. Families joined in on the fun, and adults and wore costumes for these festivities in this safe, supervised, and welcoming environment

This year’s special feature included a “Spooky Tunnel”, and prizes were awarded for the best decorated cars and the best and most creative costumes for kids and parents.