Looking for fun and festive virtual and in-person events to get you into the fall spirit? Gulfstream Park Village, South Florida’s premier entertainment destination, will continue hosting exciting family-friendly and socially distanced events this season, including ‘Not So Spooky’ Car-lloween, on Friday, October 30, and the third Plant-Based Festival on World Vegan Day, Nov. 1. Please find the specific times and details below.
“We are excited to be able to safely welcome guests and provide the community with family-friendly programming throughout the fall season," says Alex Schreer, Director of Marketing for Madison Marquette, which represents Gulfstream Park Village.
The open-air entertainment destination is in compliance with the best practices recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as state and local health care officials, in an effort to make Gulfstream Park Village a place where guests feel comfortable venturing back into public and reconnecting with friends and family. All guests are required to maintain the social distance of six feet between visitors and wash their hands in accordance with the CDC guidelines.
‘Not So Spooky’ Car-lloween:
No tricks, just treats this Halloween for Gulfstream Park Village’s ‘Not So Spooky’ Car-lloween! Start Halloween festivities early on Friday, October 30, from 6:30–8:30 p.m., with a socially distanced and safe alternative to neighborhood trick-or-treating. This drive-thru event will offer a ghostly good time for families and kids of all ages. Kids are encouraged to dress in costume as their families drive through Gulfstream Park Village to collect candy and sweets from 10 spooktacular stations. Each station will bring a small bag of candy and drop it in the trunk of the car.
For more information, visit: https://gulfstreampark.com/events-and-entertainment/event-calendar/details/2020/10/30/default-calendar/car-lloween
Third Plant-Based Festival:
Gulfstream Park Village is celebrating World Vegan Day by hosting its third Plant-Based Festival on Sunday, Nov. 1. The free and family-friendly event will take place from 11:30 a.m.–4:00 p.m. and will showcase the latest in food, drink and plant-based goods.
The festival will bring more flavor than before, with more than 50 local vendors, music, and more in a comfortable, socially distanced environment. It’s so important to support local businesses, especially during these times. Hallandale Beach City Commissioner Anabelle Lima-Taub is also scheduled to attend the event.
For more information, visit: https://www.gulfstreampark.com/events-and-entertainment/event-calendar/details/2020/11/01/default-calendar/plant-based-festival
Gulfstream Park Village
901 S. Federal Hwy
Hallandale Beach, FL 33009
?About Gulfstream Park
Gulfstream Park is South Florida’s premier entertainment, dining and restaurant destination, located between Miami and Fort Lauderdale, anchored by the legendary Gulfstream Park racetrack. Gulfstream Park not only offers world-class Thoroughbred horse racing, but is also home to a casino and family-friendly venues including over 15 restaurants, outdoor cafes, art galleries, fashion retailers, state-of-the-art bowling alley, and a renowned selection of signature home stores. Gulfstream Park, voted a 2020 Top Travelers' Choice Winner by TripAdvisor, is located at 901 South Federal Highway in Hallandale Beach, Florida, just two miles east of I-95. Valet service (may or may not be available due to COVID-19) and complimentary self-parking are available. Gulfstream Park is open seven days a week. For hours, schedules, upcoming events and additional information, visit www.gulfstreampark.com or call 954-454-7000.