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Use This Map to Safely Trick or Treat at 50+ Homes in Harlem's Mount Morris Park Historic District


Photo: Mount Morris Park Community Improvement Association

Residents of Harlem's Mount Morris Park Historic District are inviting the community to come and trick or treat in the neighborhood—and providing a safe way to do so.


More than 50 homes in the area have signed up for "Mount Morris Trick or Treat," an event that provides a map of homes where families can safely get candy on Halloween night (see below).



The route, organized by the Mount Morris Park Community Improvement Association, includes both brownstones and apartments between 117th and 124th Streets from Madison Avenue to Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard.


Homes will be welcoming trick or treaters from 5pm to about 8pm—or until the candy runs out.

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