Save the date for SomerStreets: Monster Mash on Sunday, October 30th from 2:00-6:00pm (rain date 11/06) on Somerville Ave between School St to Warren Ave. A free and family friendly event! Make sure to dress up in your best Halloween costume and show it off at the Halloween Parade led by School of Honk.
Join us for a Halloween parade led by School of Honk, meet at intersection of Warren Ave and Somerville Ave for a 3pm start!
This street festival includes local craft vendors, community tabling groups and many interactive activities for kids and adults! Don't miss Parkour Generations, Knucklebones, mini golf with BuzzRoar and Event Them bringing all the yard games.
Gracie's Ice Cream will have... ice cream!
Dean's Concession returns with Fried Dough and Cotton Candy
Activities along Somerville Ave. will include:
- All-day live music on two stages: A stage at 389 Somerville Ave in collaboration with Mass Ave Music and a stage at 12 Warren Ave featuring an array of local bands
- Wear your costumes and meet us at 3 pm at the intersection of Warren Ave and Somerville Ave to join the Halloween parade led by the School of Honk
- Dia de los Muertos Celebration Activity with Estela Calzada
- Handstands, juggling, acrobatics, and comedy for all ages with Cate the Great
- The Roaming Railroad
- Magic Tricks with a magician, Just Felice
- Vintage vendors with Blue Bandana Relics
- Parkour, Knucklebones, Buzz Roar bringing the mini golf, and Event Them with even more games
- Pumpkin Carving with Somerville Recreation
- Join the Somerville Historic Preservation Commission and the Somerville Museum for the "Ghosts of Milk Row Cemetery" tours at the historic Milk Row Cemetery at 400 Somerville Ave.
There will be two music stages one curated by Mass Ave Music. The line-up for both stages, is soon to come.
If you have any questions, contact the Events Coordinator: iaritza menjivar, email@example.com.
SomerStreets is the City of Somerville’s take on the internationally-renowned Open Streets concept, closing busy city streets to vehicles, and opening them up for cycling, walking, dancing, running, and other modes of activity. Through SomerStreets, the City and its community partners aim to promote and encourage easy access to physical activity and reconnect with neighborhoods and businesses and their unique cultural elements in a thriving urban environment.
SomerStreets builds on the Shape Up Somerville healthy living initiative. Similar open streets events take place all around the world, providing space normally taken up by automobile traffic for people to be more active.
SomerStreets is an annual series that takes places on Sundays during the summer and fall.