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October at The View Ballston: Embracing Hope and Halloween Fun

At The View Ballston, October strikes a balance between heartfelt reflection and spirited celebration. We embrace both the profound significance of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the enchanting excitement of Halloween.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month, born from a week-long campaign, has grown into a resounding month-long movement. We proudly stand with our community, supporting organizations like Susan G. Komen and Breast Cancer Now. Wear the iconic pink ribbon with pride, honoring survivors, and remembering those we’ve lost. Join us in fostering hope and making a difference in the fight against breast cancer.

As Halloween approaches, The View Ballston spirit grows spookier. Unleash your inner goblin, ghoul, or goofball.

Hi, Barbie! Costumes this year are sure to be totally Barbiecore. Let your imagination run wild—Witch Barbie, Ghost Barbie, Scarecrow Barbie— let your creativity run wild. Don’t want to party as a Barbie? Creative, silly, punny, and scary costumes are always welcome! If you got it, haunt it.

Spiders, eyeballs, and skeletons—oh my! Decorating is the highlight of spooky season. Craft spiders, a glow-in-the-dark eyeball wreath, or assemble your own skeleton army! For those not inclined to craft, stores like Target, Walmart, and Home Goods offer wicked decor options.

Join us in honoring Breast Cancer Awareness Month with hope and unity, and then dive into the Halloween spirit with a dose of fun and a sprinkle of spookiness. October at The View Ballston has something for everyone, and we’re excited to share it with you!