Don’t put those costumes away just yet. Halloween is getting a do-over on Lower Main Street in Port Washington Saturday from 12-3 p.m.
“It will start up at my shop and go up Main Street to Carlton and back around,” said Nancy Sinoway, the organizer, who offers tailoring and alterations at her shop.
The Halloween re-do comes after many families opted not to Trick or Treat on Oct. 31, just days after Super Storm Sandy hit. At the time, there was no power on the peninsula, which was dotted with fallen trees and wires. That dangerous scenario prompted local police to urge parents to postpone Halloween.
But Sinoway hopes she and other merchants can bring some cheer to Main Street.
“I am serving apple cider, apples, and of course candy,” she said. “Hopefully this will give the kids a chance to dress up, get out in the fresh air and lighten up a little. It will be sunny, light, and the sidewalks are clear.”
“All of the merchants are gladly onboard,” she added. “Let’s make it a day to finally smile.”