Spooky pumpkin carriage, face painting, pony rides, deejay music, costume contest and lots of ghoulish party fun welcome kids and their parents and friends in costumes. Home of the annual “Pet Fest,” even the family pet is welcome on leash.
All children love Cauley Square’s famous hot dogs from the Latin Corner Gazebo with fresh fruit juice drinks with outdoor patio picnic area adjacent. Families can enjoy either indoor or outdoor foods and beverages from the Village Chalet and the Tea Room restaurants.
Cauley Square’s famous Cottage Shops are nestled amid cobblestone pathways, fountains and patio’s for grandma and grandpa, also enjoying the Halloween Party events.
Saturday, Oct. 30, late night Halloween Eve will be celebrated at the Village Chalet Restaurant starring Kim Bankston, Platters Performing Artist, from 7 to 11 p.m., with Jobim jazz and instrumentals. Guests in costume are welcome and there is no cover charge.
Cauley Square Historic Railroad Village is open to the public seven days a week (shops closed on Mondays) and parking is free.
The Oldest Historic Railroad Village in Florida is located at 22400 Old Dixie Hwy. in Goulds. (Take US1 to SW 224th Street). For information, call 305-878-1410 or visit online at www.cauleysquare.com.