Come to Main Street dressed in your favorite Halloween costume to capitalize on the promotions and savings at our various retailers!
GHOST WALKS RETURN!!!
Join us for a hour long, all ages, walking tour of the most haunted sites in Boonton! There will be two walks; one at 6PM and one at 8PM. We encourage you to pre-register since there are limited spaces. The tour guides will have ghost hunters from the NJGHS joining them to make sure you are apprised of all that is going on in the spirit world while you are visiting the haunted sites!
Don’t forget to register to save your spot for this spooktacular First Friday!
Specials and Sales include:
The Boonton Historical Society, 210 Main Street, will be open from 6 – 9PM to welcome visitors
MUD of Boonton, 409 Main Street, invites you to stop by and create your own scary Jack O Lantern that will NEVER Rot. Pinch, slip, score and decorate your clay “pumpkin” and place it in a scary graveyard! $40 per person – If they glaze it for you, add $15 additional to return and glaze yourself. Materials, tools, glaze and SNACKS included!
The Boonton Holmes Library, 621 Main Street, will have a haunted garden and an escape room!
Sharky’s West, 108 Boonton Avenue, will have .70 wings & .60 steamed clams, $2 Coors Light, Yuengling & Miller Lite pints, $3.50 pint of Sam Adams, Stella & Smith & Forge Cider. 1/2 price selected apps, $3 wine all from 3-7pm. $4 Fat Tire pints, $3 Jager drinks & shots all day!
Club Rock will be playing the Boonton Holmes Library, 621 Main Street
Visitors are encouraged to post photos on social media using the hashtags #BoOonton and #BoontonFF!
“Planning to come out and enjoy First Friday in downtown Boonton this week? The Town of Boonton, the Boonton Police Department and TransOptions remind you to walk and drive safely to this Friday’s event.
Slow down and stop for pedestrians when driving
Use crosswalks and wait for the walk signal when walking
And most importantly, put the phone down when walking AND driving!
TransOptions will be out on Main Street promoting safety and Boonton’s Street Smart campaign!”