October 2012 Family-Friendly Events in Toronto, Durham, York, Peel & Halton Regions

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October 2012 Events

Toronto | Durham Region | Halton Region | Peel Region | York Region | Outside the GTA

 *Please check the official event website by clicking on the links below before heading out and confirm dates, times and details in case they have changed since we added the event. If anyone asks where you heard about the event, please mention Melanie On-The-Go/ Kids On-The-Go. Thank you! =)

Toronto

 

 

Saturdays October 20, 21, Sundays October 21 & 28

North York | 10am- 5pm

Howling Hootenanny at Black Creek Pioneer Village (1000 Murray Ross Parkway)

Kids can enjoy the Haunted Maze, pumpkin decorating, airbrush tattoos, apple sling shot, trick or treating and more.

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Saturdays, October 20 & 27

West Toronto| 6:30pm-7:30pm (20th & 27th), 8-9pm (27th)

Haunted High Park at Colborne Lodge (South end of High Park on Colborne Lodge Drive)

Visit Colborne Lodge and its grounds at night and hear about High Park’s legendary connection to the War of 1812, and other legends and ghost stories that have been told about the Lodge and High Park. Period refreshments included.

Other dates available for adult-only tours.

COST: Adults: $12.50+tax, Children: $7.50 +tax (not recommended for children under 8 yrs. of age)

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Saturdays, October 20 & 27

Scarborough| 8am – 9:30am

“Morning Howl” Pancake Breakfast at Toronto Zoo (361A Old Finch Avenue)

Program geared towards families with young children, registration required.

Bring your wolf pack to enjoy a unique breakfast experience Toronto Zoo style! This early-bird event offers families the chance to participate in special Halloween programming including crafts, wolf-themed storytelling and an early morning visit with our Arctic wolves.

COST: Advanced ticket purchase required. Members – all ages: $15; Non-Members (Ages 4 and up): $35 (includes zoo admission); Non-members (Ages 3 and under) $15

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Saturday October 20 and Sunday October 28

Scarborough| Sat: 6-8pm; Sun: 5-7pm

Creep Critters Family Program at Toronto Zoo (361A Old Finch Avenue)

They creep and they crawl all through the night. They dig in the dirt and dart out of sight. They are the creepy critters and they sometimes give us fright. Do you dare to meet them face to face? There are many animals in the world that seem scary because of their appearance or their habits but usually, their reputation is not deserved. These creatures are not only interesting but very important to their natural habitats. Join us to learn more about these special animals so that you can care for the creepy critters too. This program includes snacks, unique animal exhibits, an educational presentation and a special visit from a well known creepy critter!

COST: Regular Zoo Admission

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Saturdays & Sundays, October 20, 21 & 27, 28

Scarborough| 10am – 4pm

Boo at the Zoo at the Tundra Trek at Toronto Zoo (361A Old Finch Avenue)

Follow along the Zoo’s “Pumpkin Trail” to discover trick-or-treat activity stations throughout the Tundra Trek and check out Arctic wolves, foxes and polar bears – oh my! Take part in our “Critters and Costumes Parade” at 12:00 pm and 2:00 pm daily. Best of all, up to two kids in costume (12 and under) get in free when accompanied by an adult.

COST: Regular Zoo Admission (up to 2 kids are free if dressed in costumes with each paying adult)

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Sundays October 21 & 28

Etobicoke | 2pm

The Trevor Show – Halloween Performance at Fantasy Fair (500 Rexdale Blvd)

The Trevor Show never fails to amuse and delight with it’s extraordinary song & dance show. Get your kids moving & enjoy this 45 minute Halloween-themed performance!

COST: not specified

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Tuesday, October 23 – Saturday, October 27

Downtown Toronto| 7:30pm – 9:30pm

Fort York After Dark Lantern Tours at Fort York (250 Fort York Boulevard)

This event is not recommended for children under 8 yrs.

Tour the grounds of Fort York at night and hear stories about this national treasure and the history that surrounds it. You won’t want to miss the tale of the haunted lighthouse or the details of the bloody Battle of York during the War of 1812. The tour will also visit two military cemeteries near the Fort, in particular the Victoria Square Military Cemetery – the oldest surviving European burying ground in Toronto. It will be a magical, yet eerie experience being surrounded by history as you explore Fort York at night with the City of Toronto as your back drop. Complimentary refreshments.

COST: Pre-registration is required. Please call 416-392-6907 ext. 221 for more information or to pre-register. $12.50 plus tax.

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Friday & Saturday, October 26 & 27

Downtown Toronto| 7 – 8:30pm

Halloween Hauntings Ghost Stories at Todmorden Mills (67 Pottery Road)

Our candlelit historic homes are the perfect setting for tales of terror! Thrill to ghastly, ghoulish tales told by a professional storyteller. Mulled cider and refreshments included.

COST: Advanced ticket purchase required. Adults: $20 (plus tax); Children: $15 (plus tax); Youth/Seniors: $15 (plus tax) (suitable for children 8 years and up)

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Friday & Saturday, October 26 & 27

North York | 7:30pm – 9pm

War for Dessert at Zion Schoolhouse (1091 Finch Avenue East)

It is June 25, 1812. In the dining room of Fort George on the banks of the Niagara River, British officers from the 41st regiment gather to share a jovial meal in friendship with their American counterparts. By the end of the evening, however, the two groups discover that they are to meet again soon – as enemies on the battlefield.

COST: Pre-registration and pre-payment required. Please call about ticket prices.

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Friday October 26

North York | 7:30-10pm

Halloween Star Party at Ontario Science Centre (770 Don Mills Rd.)
Join us for this FREE event in TELUSCAPE, outside the main entrance.

Explore the autumn night sky through high-powered telescopes (weather permitting), strut your stuff in our costume parade, take a tour of the creepiest places in the universe and enjoy spooky science demonstrations, storytelling, music and more!

View the planets, star clusters and distant galaxies through the RASC telescopes*.
Experience chilling stories of the night sky.
Strut your stuff in our costume parade.
Enjoy spooky science demonstrations, music and more!

SPECIAL PRESENTATION:
The Scariest Places in the Solar System

Take a tour through the solar system with Dr. John Moores, planetary scientist, as he highlights the scariest places you could visit.

*This is an outdoor event. Telescope observing is weather permitting.

COST: FREE

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Saturday October 27

Toronto| 7:30pm – 9pm

The Ghost of Montgomery’s Inn and other Haunting Tales at Islington Avenue (4709 Dundas Street West)

Prepare to be horrified by our resident storyteller Nan Brien who will present stories guaranteed to make this Halloween an unforgettable one. Ghastly tales, live musical interludes and startling refreshments to make your blood run cold. Not wheelchair accessible.

COST: $20 plus tax, Pre-registration required.

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Saturday October 27

Downtown Toronto| 6:30pm, 7pm or 7:30pm

Spirit Walk at Mackenzie House (82 Bond Street)

Let your imagination take over as we lead you through downtown alleys and laneways to discover some of Toronto’s reputedly haunted buildings. Return to gas-lit historic Mackenzie House and soothe your goosebumps with mulled cider and biscuits as you hear about the ghost stories associated with the house. Please wear clothing and footwear appropriate for the weather.

COST: Pre-registration and pre-payment required. Adults (16 yrs. & older), $12.50; Children 8-15 yrs., $10.50 (plus tax). Not recommended for children under 8.

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Saturday October 27

Etobicoke

Monster Mash at Fantasy Fair (500 Rexdale Blvd)

Enjoy a costume parade around Fantasy Fair,contest, Halloween themed-dancing & interaction.

COST: not specified

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Saturday October 27

Downtown Toronto| 8 – 10pm

Drop-in Ghost Stories at Mackenzie House (82 Bond Street)

The historic house is open from 8 to 10 p.m. for drop-in visitors. Hear about the ghost stories associated with Mackenzie House as you tour the historic house that will be illuminated only by gas and candlelight.

COST: Adults: $7.08; Seniors/Youths: $4.42; Children: $4.42 (plus tax).

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Saturday October 27

North York| 6pm – midnight

Change for Kids Halloween Party at Ontario Science Centre (770 Don Mills Rd.)

Not to be missed! Join us for one of the most talked about Halloween parties in the city, in support of kids with disabilities. Fun for ghosts and goblins of all ages. Admission includes private access to all Ontario Science Centre exhibits, a family dance party with DJ, and chances to win prizes.

COST: $18.00 (Kids 4 and under are free)

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Saturday October 27

West Toronto

Bloor West Village Halloween Festival at Bloorwest Village (along Bloor Street West, between Jane Street and Runnymede Road)

Fun for the whole family! Treasure Hunt! Pumpkin Carving! Treats! Clowns! Face Painting!

COST: FREE

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Saturday October 27

Etobicoke | 10am- 4pm

Halloween Family Fun Fair at Alderwood Cooperative Nursery School (44 Delma Drive)

Come in costume! Photo sessions, games and bouncy castle, face painting, tattoos and crafts, movies, cookie decoration, hot dogs and pizza, coffee and hot chocolate, and bake sale.

COST: $2

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Saturday, October 27

Downtown Toronto| 12pm – 5pm

Halloween Party at Pawsway (245 Queens Quay West,
North Building)

Join us for a spooky celebration at our howling Halloween party. Lots of games, prizes, fun family activities and free treats for any dogs that are in costume.

COST: FREE

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Saturday October 27

Midtown Toronto| 1pm – 3pm

Halloween Howl at Toronto Botanical Garden (777 Lawrence Avenue East)

Try out your Halloween costume during an afternoon of spooky scavenger hunts, tantalizing treats and a light-hearted look at Halloween’s creepy critters.

COST: Adult accompaniment and child registration required. $10 public/ $7 members (per child)

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Saturday October 27

Downtown Toronto | 10am- 5pm

The National Film Board of Canada’s Get Animated! 2012 (150 John Street)

Get Animated! is the NFB’s annual animation celebration, bringing many of the country’s finest and funniest animated films to communities across Canada to mark International Animation Day (October 28). Get Animated! features exclusive family screening programs and workshops – all absolutely free.
10 AM – 12:30 PM: Hands-on Animation Workshop for ages 6-13 including the screening of the Family Programs*
1 PM – 3:30 PM: Hands-on Animation Workshop for ages 6-13 including the screening of the Family Programs*

Workshops will feature puppet animation, with participants invited to bring costumes and story ideas. *Pre-registration is required for the Hands-On Animation Workshops. Please call: 1-800-267-7710

Major Intersection: John Street and Richmond Street West

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Saturday October 27

Scarborough | 9:30am- 4pm

Disney Store Grand Opening at Scarborough Town Centre (300 Borough Drive)

9:30am- Disney Store Opening Ceremony and two local Make-A-Wish children “Unlock Imagination”. Free gift to the first 500 guests.*
12pm- 4pm- Meet and Greet with Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse in the mall’s Centre Court.

*Characters alternate every 30 minutes. Character appearances are subject to change or cancellation without notice.

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Saturday and Sunday, October 27 & 28

Scarborough | 11am – 4pm

Boo at the Zoo at Metro Toronto Zoo (2000 Meadowvale Road  Toronto)

Follow along the Zoo’s “Pumpkin Trail” to discover trick-or-treat activity stations throughout the Tundra Trek and check out Arctic wolves, foxes and polar bears – oh my! Take part in our “Critters and Costumes Parade” at 12:00 pm and 2:00 pm daily. Best of all, up to two kids in costume (12 and under) get in free when accompanied by an adult.
General Boo Hours - 10am to 4pm
Trick or Treat Stations - 10am to 4pm in Tundra Trek
Animal Visitor to the Courtyard Stage - 10:30am at the Courtyard Stage
Storytelling Witchie-Poo - 11am and 2:30pm at the Courtyard Stage
The WotWots Meet and Greet - 11:30am and 1:30pm at the Courtyard Stage
Critters & Costumes Parade - 12pm and 2pm – please assemble in the Discovery Zone Courtyard.
Polar Bears and Pumpkins - 12pm at the Polar Bear exhibit.
Creepy Critters Cave - 10am to 4pm at the Conservation Connection Centre
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Saturday and Sunday, October 27 & 28

Downtown Toronto| 11am – 4pm

Howling Hootenanny 2012 at Black Creek Pioneer Village (1000 Murray Ross Parkway)

Kids can enjoy the Hunted Maze, pumpkin decorating, apple sling shot, trick or treating and more.

Enjoy a howling good time at Black Creek this Halloween. See the full program!
COST: FREE for kids in costume; otherwise, regular admission is required.
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Saturday & Sunday, October 27 & 28

Downtown Toronto

Boo-Tastic Trick or Treat at Casa Loma (1 Austin Terrace)

Dress in your favourite halloween costume and come to Casa Loma….

Calling all children. Dress in your favourite halloween costume and come to Casa Loma for our special trick or treat programme. All children will have the opportunity to decorate 12 mini-cupcakes to take home (scary black and orange icing and sprinkles included). Afterwards, they will go on a special ‘trick or treat’ tour on the second floor of Casa Loma – be prepared with a trick to receive a treat!

Cupcakes provided by Marnie Lippa, Parties Made Simple.

rogramme lasts 1 1/2 hours. Adults must attend with their child(ren).

COST: Pre-registration is required (647-725-1826). Adults: $20.55 +HST; Children 4 – 9years: $20 + HST (includes admission to Casa Loma)

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Saturday and Sunday, October 27 & 28

Downtown Toronto| Until 4pm

Halloween Fun at Bata Shoe Museum (327 Bloor Street West)

Say boo at the Bata Shoe Museum as we celebrate Halloween with a spooktacular weekend of family fun! Decorate a Halloween inspired cookie and trick or treat bag, make a special craft and play I-spy in the galleries.

Kids who wear their costumes get in free!

COST: FREE for kids in costume; otherwise, regular admission is required.
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Saturday & Sunday October 27 & 28

Downtown Toronto | 9:30am – 3:30pm

Halloween Hoot Boo Barn at Riverdale Farm (201 Winchester Street)

For 3 – 10 year olds @ Upper Francey Barn, Pumpkin Patch @ Vegetable Garden, Pumpkin Carving

COST: FREE

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Saturday October 27 & Sunday October 28

Etobicoke | 12pm- 5pm

Making Spooky Memories at Woodbine Centre in Centre Court (500 Rexdale Blvd)

Dress the kids in costume or even bring your pet in costume and get a FREE photo.

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Saturday & Sunday, October 27 & 28

North York| Sat: 6:30pm – 8:30pm; Sun: 2pm – 4pm

Halloween Costume Party at Mess For Fun (43 Martin Ross Ave.)

Lots of fun activities to participate in and win prizes.

Best costume competition, Cupcake making, Musical pumpkin, Face painting etc.

Enjoy the play-area, show off your costumes and have a blast.

Pizza, juices and cupcakes will be served.

COST: $20/child, please call to reserve

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Sunday October 28

Scarborough | 5pm – 7pm

Creepy Critters at Metro Toronto Zoo (2000 Meadowvale Road  Toronto)

They creep and they crawl all through the night. They dig in the dirt and dart out of sight. They are the creepy critters and they sometimes give us fright. Do you dare to meet them face to face? There are many animals in the world that seem scary because of their appearance or their habits but usually, their reputation is not deserved. These creatures are not only interesting but very important to their natural habitats. Join us to learn more about these special animals so that you can care for the creepy critters too. This program includes “creepy” snacks, unique animal exhibits, an educational presentation and a special visit from a well known creepy critter!

COST: Members – $15*, Non-Members – $18*
* Cost is per individual and will be the same price for child and adult.

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Sunday October 28

Midtown Toronto| 11am – 3pm

Change for Kids Monster March & Fun Fair at Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital (150 Kilgour Rd)

Celebrate Halloween with the whole family and help create a world of possibility for kids with disabilities. Be sure to wear your costumes for this 2 km accessible walk-a-thon with trick-or-treat stations. Involve your work and school to raise pledges and walk in support of kids with disabilities, all while having a ghoulishly good time! Top fundraiser wins a great prize. Event includes great entertainment and a family fun fair.

COST: $12.50 (Kids 4 and under are free)

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Sunday October 28

Toronto | 2pm – 4pm

Nature Connection at Discovery Centre (35 Carl Hall Road)

Downsview Park staff will take you on a free indoor/outdoor Park program based on nature-themed topics to get you exploring the natural world. Come see nature in the city!
Cost: FREE.

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Sunday October 28

Etobicoke | 11am- 2pm

2012 Halloween Bash at TimBUKtu Indoor PlayLand (321 Rexdale Blvd, Unit 1, Toronto ON)

TimBUKtu Indoor PlayLand’s 2012 Halloween Bash featuring Zootek’s Live Animal Show!
11:00 am – Play, Tattoos, Face Painting
12:00 pm – Lunch
11:50 pm – Best Costume Prize!
1:00 pm – Zootek’s Live Animal Show.

Full details and fees are located on our website.

Cost: Early bird rate $20 with sibling discount until October 5th, 2012

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Sunday, October 28

Downtown Toronto| 1:15pm – 2:15pm

Music & Truffles at Walter Hall, University of Toronto (80 Queens Park)
Give your children their first taste of classical music.

Join us as Music & Truffles celebrates its 10th birthday with an inspiring season of fresh, interactive music events sure to delight the young and the young at heart. Our unique one hour format features one orchestra, two superb string quartets, two famed pianists, and a very special show featuring song, piano music, poetry and a mime!

Music & Truffles is designed for young people ages 6 to 15, but it is also a great series for adults just starting to explore the mysteries and ecstasies of great music – you are not required to bring a young person, and you will get a truffle anyway!

October 28: New Orford String Quartet
They are all principal players in the Montreal and Toronto Symphony Orchestras. Together they are revolutionizing string quartet playing in Canada.

COST: $50 for 5 concerts, or $13 for individual tickets
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Sunday October 28

Toronto West| Parade at 3pm, Party at 4pm

Toronto West Halloween Fest at St. Joseph’s Health Centre (30 The Queensway)

The first annual Toronto West Halloween Fest takes place on Sunday, October 28 in support of St. Joseph’s Health Centre. It’s Toronto’s newest, best and most exciting Halloween event that combines the best-dressed neighbourhood parade with the most amazing family friendly Halloween party ever – with lots of treats!

The Toronto West Halloween Fest supports great care close to home at St. Joseph’s Health Centre.

COST: Registration to be part of the parade is $20 per adult and $5 for children 4 to 15 (kids 3 and under are free). After the parade there will be a family party with great entertainment and surprises for the kids. This party is exclusive for those who raise $250 or more in donations – these fundraisers will get a complimentary pass into the party, along with up to two children. Or you can fundraise as a team and for each $250 raised, one team member will be able to bring up to two kids into the party.

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Sunday October 28

Leaside | 5:30pm

Monster Dash at Holland Bloorview Kids Rehab Hospital (150 Kilgour Road)

Monster Dash is a family friendly event that will take place on the grounds of the Holland Bloorview Children’s Hospital. Pledges raised for this event will support Canada’s largest children’s facility. The Monster Dash will consist of a Pumpkin Prance (ages 3 & under), Spooky Mile (ages 12 and under), a 5km and 10km race. The 5km and 10km will be chip timed and prizing will be awarded. Costumes are not mandatory, but encouraged for prizing as well!

Gloves will be given to all 5km and 10km participants, as well as a unique finsihers gift.

Once the run is complete, there will be food and drink and entertainment to celebrate your accomplishments.

COST: FREE for under 3; other participant costs vary

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Sunday October 28

Toronto | 11am – 4pm

ROM Hallowe’en 2012 at ROM (100 Queens Park)

Come to the ROM this Halloween – if you dare! Join us Sunday October 28th as the ROM celebrates Hallowe’en. All activities included with admission, 11am – 4pm. Activities include Costume Corner, ROM Ghost Tour, Spooky Story Corner, Scary or Not Scavenger Hunt and Crafty Crafts.

COST: Included with Museum Admission.

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Sunday October 28

York| 3pm – 5pm

Halloween Party at York Academy of Martial Arts (2081 Dufferin Street)

Calling all goblins, superheros and aliens…get more value out of this years costume; its time for our annual Halloween party!

**FOR ALL 4 TO 13YRS OLD**

Prizes for best costume. BRING A FRIEND or MORE. The more, the scarier.. huh we mean the better!!

KIDS: go through all of the activity centers, game stations, competitions and the haunted basement with a group of pals your own age, come home with some loot and be primed on your trick-or-treat safety tips.

PARENTS: You can either stick around and follow your little ones as they tackle all of the activities or take a couple hours to do some errands or shopping

COST: $10 (includes a loot bag)

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Monday, October 29

Downtown Toronto| 7:30pm

Special Halloween Tour at Elgin & Winter Gardens Theatre (189 Yonge St.)

Join us for a special ghost edition of our public tour.

Guided tours of this National Historic Site – the last operating double-decker theatre in the world – last for 1½ hours and recount the history and restoration of the complex. Visit the original and new lobbies, the elegant Elgin Theatre, the unique and resplendent Winter Garden Theatre and samples from the world’s largest collection of vaudeville scenery. As well, a backstage exhibit housing the Winter Garden’s original Simplex Silent Film Projector and a dressing room containing artifacts from the time period are on view.

For ages 7 and up.

COST: Adults: $12, Students and Seniors: $10 (includes HST) Cash only | No reservations required
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Tuesday October 30

Downtown Toronto, Etobicoke & North York | 11am

Halloween Story Time at the Pottery Barn (Sherway Gardens, Yorkdale, 100 Bloor St West)

Mark your calendar for this fiendishly fun story time event! Come dressed in costume as we celebrate and enjoy Halloween stories, activities and more. Storytime is around 20 minutes and children can colour afterwards.

Cost: Free

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Wednesday October 31

Thornhill| 6pm-10pm

Haunted House of Horrors at the Chop-in House of Horrors and Graveyard (71 Chopin Drive)

The Chop-in House of Horrors and Graveyard, located at 71 Chopin Drive in Thornhill is open on Wednesday October 31st from 6pm to 10pm.  This is the fifth year that this event has been hosted to raise funds on behalf of Yellow Brick House.

Again, this year the Tunnel of Terrors is back complete with walking zombies, thunder and lightening, thick fog and some new surprises ready to scare you to bits!

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Wednesday October 31

Toronto- East End | 5pm-8pm

Annual Glow & Treat at Toronto Chinese Alliance Church (77 First Avenue)

Circus-themed games, entertainment, food, prizes and music. Cotton candy, balloon animals, glow items, candy, warm beverages for adults.

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Thursday November 1

Mimico| 6pm – 8pm

Halloween Howl at Mimico Square and Amos Waites Park (Lake Shore Boulevard West and Mimico Avenue)

Say farewell to Halloween with an enchanting evening. We invite you to bring your Jack-O-Lanterns to light up Mimico Square and the pathway leading to Amos Waites Park on Thursday, November 1st beginning at 6pm.

Please bring your own candles. Volunteers will be on hand to assist in lighting the pumpkins. Pumpkins will be collected by the City of Toronto the following morning.

COST: FREE

 

Durham Region

 

Saturdays & Sundays October 20, 21 & 27, 28

Uxbridge

Halloween Theme on the York-Durham Heritage Railway

Each year, the Greater Toronto Area’s only tourist railway runs its very popular family Halloween Trains. On board the decorated trains are ghosts, ghouls, and other entertainment for young and old alike. Trains operate from the Uxbridge and Stouffville stations and have lots of Halloween activities.

All children (aged up to 12 years) dressed in their best and scariest Halloween costumes will travel free (Max 2 children per adult). Fares for adults, seniors and teenagers are the same as on our regular trains. All children will receive a loot bag upon departing the train. Snack service is available on-board the trains.

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Wednesday October 24

Ajax | 7pm- 9pm

Haunted House at the Ajax Community Centre (75 Centennial Rd)

Age: 11- 18 yrs. Presented by the Youth Engagement Advisory Committee.

Cost: Free

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Friday October 26

Oshawa| 6pm – 8pm

Halloween Party at Ceramics Canada (385 Bloor St W)

Treat the kids to an evening of Spooky Fun and Bootiful creations! We’ll have creepy snacks, play tricks & creepy games while painting a spooktacular Halloween collectible of choice… maybe a Frankie, Vampire or Mummy, a Bat, Spider or Pumpkin! Come in costume! Fun for all ages. Please pre-register online.

COST: $20.34 (including HST)

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Friday October 26- Sunday October 28

Whitby

Whitby Ghost Walks departing from the “central branch” of the Whitby Public Library (405 Dundas St W)

Friday October 26, 2012 – 7:30pm
Saturday October 27, 2012 – 7:00pm
Sunday October 28, 2012 – 7:00pm

Adults: $10
Children under 13: $8

Reservations are not require but recommended. Recommended for children ages 10+

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Saturday October 27

Kirby| 11am – 4pm

Pumpkin Bee at Clarke Museum (7086 Old Kirby School Road)

In the 1800’s settlers would gather in Kirby, Ontario for a Pumpkin Bee. It was a day to celebrate the pumpkin, which was a food staple for the pioneer. Slices of pumpkin would be hung to dry for the long winter ahead and families would gather to play games, showcase their baking skills and celebrate the pumpkin.

Throughout the day, you can watch a blacksmith work, carve your own pumpkin for Halloween, have your face painted, make a pioneer toy, or play traditional games from the 1800s. Treat your palette to seasoned pumpkin seeds roasted over an open fire. Tour our traditional one-room schoolhouse, sit at an antique desk, and try writing on a genuine slate board.

COST: $4

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Saturday October 27

Pickering | Registration opens at 8:30am

The Durham Regional Police Children’s Games at the City of Pickering Recreation Complex (1867 Valley Farm Road)

Our Games are designed to provide fun and challenging events for children with a variety of physical disabilities. Events of the day include the basketball, the bean bag toss, wheelchair rugby, mini putt and lots more! Our hungry athletes will enjoy lunch with their families and friends as served by members of the Durham Regional Police and loyal members of the community.

Registration opens at 8:30 a.m. on Game Day followed by the Opening Ceremony and then a day full of fun and athleticism!

To register a child complete the Waiver & Registration.

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Saturday October 27

Oshawa| 6pm

Halloween at the Harbour at Oshawa Community Museum (1450 Simcoe Street South)

t’ll be Halloween at the Harbour with an all-ages event hosted by the Oshawa Community Museum.

There will be a tour of the Oshawa Pioneer Harbour Cemetery on Bonnie Brae Point at 7 p.m. and participants are asked to bring their own flashlights. Tours through the houses will include a goo, guts and gore room, which organizers describe as a family-friendly sampling of touchy-feely Halloween horror. There will also be face painting and crafts. Henry House will feature information about Victorian mourning traditions.

COST: $3

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Saturday October 27

Uxbridge | 10am- 1pm

Victorian Paper Crafts at the Uxbridge Historical Centre (7239 Concession Road 6)

Learn about and create fascinating paper crafts and projects from the beautiful Victorian era, including paper silhouettes, greeting cards, a decoupage box and more. Bring a picnic lunch. Pre-register (spots are limited!) at the Uxbridge Historical Centre or call 905-852-5854. Ages 8-14, $15.

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Sunday October 28

Oshawa | 1pm- 3pm

Halloween Family Fun Day at Robert McLaughlin Gallery (72 Queen Street, Civic Centre, Oshawa)

Is Halloween your favourite holiday? Come celebrate at the RMG! Create creepy creatures, print unique treat bags, masks and more! Children are encouraged to wear their costume and must be accompanied by an adult. Make sure you register early for this popular event. Click to register.

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Sunday October 28

Pickering | 2pm- 4pm

Hallowe’en in the Nautical Village on Liverpool Road by the lake

Costumes welcome. Brought to you by the shoppes of the Nautical Village.

Cafe Crème Brûlée ~ FREE cupcakes
Carberry Soap Co.~ soap making demonstration and FREE Jack-o’-lantern soap
Community Dental Hygiene ~ FREE toothpaste
Edible Arts Cakery ~ FREE cookie decorating
Hy Tea ~ FREE Hallowe’en scones and hot chocolate
Next of Skin ~ FREE face painting
SilverStone Gallery - pumpkin carving demonstrations by Dorsey James and Gwen Williams

 

Halton Region

 

Saturdays October 20 & 27

Milton | 6:30pm- 10pm

Halloween Spooktacular at Halton County Radial Railway (13629 Guelph Line)

Walk through the haunted car barn and travel in the old, creaky streetcars along the mainline. If you’re a Halloween fan this is definitely a spooky experience not to be missed!

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Friday & Saturday, October 26 & 27

Rockton| 6:30pm – 9:30pm

Haunted Halloween at Westfield Heritage Village (1049 Kirkwall Rd.)

Bone up on your history and folklore and discover the origins and traditions of Halloween’s past. Lots of fun for the whole family.

COST: Adults: $11, Seniors/Disabled: $10, Children: $6.50. Children 5 and under are free. Parking is free.

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Friday October 26 & Saturday October 27

Halton Hills |  6pm- 9pm

Halloween Haunted Forest at “Terror Cotta” at Terra Cotta Conservation Area (14452 Winston Churchill Blvd)

Enjoy an evening of spooky fun for children 12 and under and meet the mysterious spirits of Terror Cotta, presented by “To Be Determined Theatre Co.” Discover haunted wagon rides, a spooky hay bale maze, bonfires, story tellers, nature activities, tasty barbecue fare and more. Don’t forget to wear a costume and bring a flashlight!

Children must be accompanied by an adult. Event runs rain or shine.

$7/adult, $5/child (6-12) & senior (60+) – tickets must be purchased in advance.

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Saturday October 27

Milton | 9am- 3pm

Zombie Race at Kelso Conservation Area

The Zombie Race is a 5K obstacle race that will test you both mentally and physically. Whether you are a seasoned trail runner, love zombie movies, or are a weekend warrior The Zombie Race is for you. You will be racing against time, as well as dodging hundreds of brain-hungry, virus-infected, zombies. Online registration closes on October 12th.

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Saturday October 27

Acton | 1pm- 3pm

Trick or Treat on Mill & Main Street

Lot’s of fun for kids ages 1 – 12. Come to the parkette at the corner of Mill and Main Street and get your loot bag and map to go to participating merchants for some Halloween treats. There will be a costume parade at 2 pm at the parkette so don’t forget to dress up and you could win some great prizes donated by the Acton BIA merchants.

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Saturday October 27

Milton | 10am-noon

Tiny Tots on Parade! in Downtown Milton

Join Downtown Milton businesses for some Hallowe’en fun on Saturday October 27 from 10 am to noon.

Children aged five and under are invited to trick or treat at participating businesses. Costumes are encouraged but not mandatory.

An information booth will be set up outside the DBIA office at 251 Main Street that morning and volunteers will available on the street as well for anyone who needs help with directions.

Please join us for this fun filled costumed morning of Hallowe’en hijinks!

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Saturday October 27

Georgetown | 11am- 1pm

Masquerade on Main Street in Downtown Georgetown (on Main Street)

2012 will be our 14th year for this popular Downtown event. Once again the merchants of Main Street are looking forward to the haunting of their stores by ghosts and goblins aged ten or under.

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Saturday October 27 & Sunday October 28

Milton

Pumpkin Summit 8km Trail Race at Kelso Conservation Area

8km race starting at 9am. Kids pumpkin rolling contest at 10am and the award presentation at 10:30am.

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Saturday  October 27 & Sunday October 28

Campbellville | 10am- 4pm

Spooktacular Halloween – Weekend # 2 at Mountsberg Conservation Area  (2259 Millburough Line)

Start your Halloween festivities early at Mountsberg Conservation Area’s Spooktacular Halloween. This event is free with park admission and features plenty of hauntingly good fun for everyone:

Creatures of the Night presentations with live snakes
Bird of Prey Presentations – Owls & Vultures Halloween Special!
Haunted PlayBarn
Scary Skeleton Scavenger Hunt
Kids “tattoo” parlour & crafts
Harvest games
Bison rides
What more could your little ghoul or goblin ask for?

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Sunday, October 28

Oakville| 1pm – 4pm

Halloween Masquerade Party at Oakville Museum (8 Navy Street)

Bring your whole family (suitable for all ages) for an afternoon of Halloween fun. Come in costume and enjoy games, contests, and a magic lantern show and make a historically inspired mask.

COST: $5 per person

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Sunday October 28

Milton| 11:30am

Harvest Festival Halloween Parade at Springridge Farm (7256 Bell School Line)

Calling all Gools and Gobblins! Halloween Parade will take place on our last day of Harvest Festival – Sunday October 28th at 11:30am.

Springridge Harvest Festival is Great Fun for the whole family!
There is no charge to visit the farm market, bakery, gift shop.

Families will enjoy:
A Professional Puppet Show “The Great Pumpkin Mix-Up” (Show Times: 11, 12, 1, 2:30 & 4)
Wagon ride to the 5-acre Corn Trail
Spooky Boo Barn
Spiderweb Climber
Farm Yard Pipe Slide
Access to the Fun Farm Yard: Farm Animal Barn, Escarpment Educational Lookout, Giant Sandbox, Plywood Milking Cow, Witches Mouth Corn Trail, Tricky Trails Corn Maze, Straw Bale Jumping & Pyramids

Optional Pony Rides $3 a child

Weekend BBQ

COST: $10 incl tax (ages 2 – 92)

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Sunday October 28

Halton Hills | 1pm

Drumming Circles at Willow Park Ecology Centre (463 Guelph Street, Norval)

Join our Drum Circle!!  Sacred Sevens Healing & Sharing Drum Circle!

Willow Park Ecology Centre is hosting our monthly healing drum circle led by Anthony Barr of the Sacred Sevens Sharing Circle. Bring your drums and shakers and join with us in celebrating our wonderful Earth in a sacred place that was well used by the First Nations. Hear their stories! Sing their songs! Children are welcome and encouraged to participate.

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Wednesday October 31

Oakville

Tiny Tots Parade put on by the Downtown Oakville BIA

The merchants of Downtown Oakville invite all with young children to bring their small and scary ghosts and goblins to the annual Tiny Tots on Parade! This is a safe, entertaining holiday event for the little ones to enjoy. Festivities begin in Towne Square at 10:00 a.m.

 

Peel Region

 

Saturdays, October 20 & 27

Mississauga| 1pm – 3pm

Halloween Chills & Thrills at Benares Historic House (1507 Clarkson Road North)

Dress up and be a guest at Dora and Geoffrey Harris’ Halloween party. Play games, discover your fortune, share a story and prepare an apple treat as you venture through the historic house.

COST: Pre-registration is required. $23.50 for ages 7 – 11.

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Friday October 26

Mississauga| 6pm – 8pm

Halloween Spooktacular at 4 Cats Art Studio (6981 Millcreek Drive, Unit 11)

Get your costume ready and come on down to 4Cats!

We will be hosting our awesome annual Halloween Party with free art activities, magic spells, refreshments, & prizes to be won!

COST: FREE

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Friday October 26

Mississauga| 6pm – 9pm

Halloween Party at Alpha’s Discovery Club (between Leslie and Coxwell)

Alpha’s Discovery Club is hosting its sixth annual Halloween Party! Children are invited to wear their costumes (please ensure safety for playing) and enjoy some Halloween fun. Children will meet Mickey Mouse and Spiderman, go through the spooky maze , make a Halloween craft and enjoy exclusive use of our playground facility. Treat bags are included for children to take home! Parents are welcome to dress-up and join the fun too!

COST: $10/child

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Saturday, October 27

Port Credit| 10:30am

Halloween Sing & Play Date at Sing Music Studio (56 Lake St.)

Ghosts, witches, goblins, BOO! There are so many fun songs, dances and rhymes to celebrate Hallowe’en! But don’t worry, it won’t be too spooky for your little one! During this music and movement class your child will be practicing important skills: balance and coordination, fine and gross motor skills, language development, vocal expression, musical skills, creativity, cognitive skills. All children between the ages of newborn and 7 years welcome and parent participation is encouraged!

Includes Hallowe’en surprise and 45 minute class

Only 10 spaces available, so contact us to book your space now!

COST: $25

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Saturday October 27

Brampton| 2pm – 4pm

Do-It-Yourself Halloween Costumes at PAMA (Peel Art Gallery) (9 Wellington St. E.)

Using a fabulous selection of spectacular art materials, recycled and everyday household “objets”, children, (and their caregivers) can make their own fantastic Halloween costumes.

COST: Regular price: $35.00 per family (1 adult and 2 children); $15.00 for each additional person. Special PAMA Introductory Offer: $20.00

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Saturday October 27

Brampton| 7pm – 8pm

Halloween Performance: The DuffleBag Theatre Presents: Dracula at PAMA (Peel Art Gallery) (9 Wellington St. E.)

Entertainment for families and the “under eight set.” Children are encouraged to wear their pajamas, bring Teddy and snuggle in for a performance just for them!

Join the DuffleBag Theatre in their hilarious, interactive re-telling of Bram Stoker’s Dracula. This all-ages show will have you “howling” in the aisles!

COST: FREE – suitable for all ages (but perfect for 3 – 7 year olds)

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Saturday October 27

Mississauga| 12pm – 3pm

Open House at Twisted Sports (7093 Torbram Rd.)

Open House! We have 26,000 sqft. of Sports and Entertainment under one roof.

COST: FREE

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Saturday & Sunday, October 27 & 28

Brampton| 1pm – 5pm

Mini Monsters, Vampires & Zombies at PAMA (Peel Art Gallery) (9 Wellington St. E.)

Drop-in Family Activity: Participants will create miniature felt monsters, vampires and zombies.

COST: FREE with admission – suitable for all ages.

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Saturday & Sunday, October 27 & 28

Brampton| 3pm – 4pm

The Sculpting Dead at PAMA (Peel Art Gallery) (9 Wellington St. E.)

Explore the fantastic world of movie make-believe as a professional makeup artist demonstrates how to create realistic horror makeup, wounds, and other effects.

Drop-in Family Activity: Families can watch a professional makeup artist create realistic horror makeup, wounds and effects.

COST: FREE with admission

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Saturday & Sunday, October 27 & 28

Mississauga| Sat: 1:30pm – 3pm; Sun: 12pm – 1:30pm

Swim with the Swamp Monster at Erin Meadows Community Centre (2800 Erin Centre Blvd.)

Calling all goblins and ghouls to join us for our 3rd annual Halloween Swim with the Swamp Monster Event! You can take a dip in our green swamp play pool or dive into the main pool and see the swamp monster.

COST: $3.50

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Monday October 29

Brampton | 7pm- 9pm

Haunted Hike Family Nature Event at Heart Lake Conservation Area (10818 Heart Lake Rd, Brampton)

Join us for an evening walk through Heart Lake forest and learn about the wildlife that wakes up just as we get ready for bed. After the walk, we’ll warm up around a campfire and share some spooky stories. Come experience the sights and sounds of the park in the dark. Prizes will be awarded for participants in costumes!

Meeting Spot: Meet at the front gate (Map)

COST: Free (Register on their website.)

 

Monday October 29

Mississauga| Sat: 6:30pm – 9pm

Rattray Marsh Halloween Owl Prowl at Bradley Museum (1620 Orr Road)

The City of Mississauga and Credit Valley Conservation invite you to come out and explore Rattray Marsh Conservation Area as we call and listen for owls. Join ecologists from the City and CVC to learn more about owls and everything to do with these fascinating creatures of the night!

The outdoor hike sets out to Rattray Marsh Conservation Area and will teach you all about owls, their calls and their habitat while discovering the mysteries of this wonderful natural gem in the heart of the City. Please dress appropriately for the weather, and feel free to bring a flash light, and maybe even a costume! The walk will be on maintained trails, however, some terrain may be steeper and/ or uneven.

COST: FREE, Registration is required.

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York Region

 

Saturdays & Sundays October 20, 21 & 27, 28

Whitchurch-Stouffville

Halloween Theme on the York-Durham Heritage Railway

Each year, the Greater Toronto Area’s only tourist railway runs its very popular family Halloween Trains. On board the decorated trains are ghosts, ghouls, and other entertainment for young and old alike. Trains operate from the Uxbridge and Stouffville stations and have lots of Halloween activities.

All children (aged up to 12 years) dressed in their best and scariest Halloween costumes will travel free (Max 2 children per adult). Fares for adults, seniors and teenagers are the same as on our regular trains. All children will receive a loot bag upon departing the train. Snack service is available on-board the trains.

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Saturday October 27

Whitchurch-Stouffville| 12pm – 4pm

History Hands-On (H20) Harvest at Whitchurch-Stouffville Museum & Community Centre (14732 Woodbine Avenue, Gormley)

Learn how to make rope in the Cabin and try some heritage board games. Practice rug hooking in the farmhouse Parlour and help prepare pumpkin and squash treats in the Kitchen. Really experience life as it was 100 years ago!

COST: Adult $5, Child (6-12 years) $3, Senior/Student $4, Family (up to 4 people) $12

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Saturday October 27

Unionville | 7pm

Unionville Halloween Fun at Millenium Bandstand (Main Street)

The Unionville BIA is pleased to present the outdoor movie “The Nightmare Before Christmas”. This will be at the Millennium Bandstand. Come dressed appropriately!

COST: FREE

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Saturday October 27

Newmarket | 7pm- 8:30pm

Spooktacular Halloween Party at the Elman W. Campbell Museum (134 Main Street South)

Join us for a howling good time with games, craft, costume parade and a spooky story. Suitable for ages 4-10.

Cost: $5.50 admission per child. Pre-registration required.

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Saturday October 27

Aurora | 6pm- 9pm

A Haunted Forest at Sheppard’s Bush Conservation Area (Industrial Parkway South)

Join us for a fun-filled spooky night of haunted trails, ghost tales, bonfires, witches brew and many scary surprises! Attendees are encouraged to wear their Halloween costumes and to bring a flashlight. The forest will have two haunted trails.  One haunted trail will be for little goblins and one for those not faint of heart. For a nominal fee, there will also be a charitable barbeque on site.

Shuttle Bus Service will be provided from the Aurora Family Leisure Complex to Sheppard’s Bush, as well as crafts and activities at the Aurora Family Leisure Complex.

Tickets are on sale beginning October 5th for Town of Aurora residents and October 12th for non-residents at the Aurora Family Leisure Complex and the Stronach Aurora Recreation Complex for $4 per person. TICKETS ONLY SOLD IN ADVANCE!

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Saturday October 27

Whitchurch-Stouffville | 1pm- 6pm

8th Annual Halloween in the Village, in Bruce’s Mill Conservation Area (3291 Stouffville Road)

Ghosts and goblins will soon be taking over the Community Safety Village of York Region in an effort to seek out tricks or treats at the 8th Annual Halloween in the Village.

Children will have a spook-tacular time at Halloween in the Village. Children under 12 will enjoy a haunted house and games while they trick-or-treat in a safe environment in our miniature village. Children and their parents are encouraged to attend in costume. Members of York Regional Police will be present to pass along Halloween safety tips to trick-or-treaters of all ages. Admission to the event is free but participants are asked to bring a canned food donation for the York Region Food Bank Network.

Cost: Free

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Saturday October 27

Richmond Hill | 2:30pm- 4:30pm

Kids’ Halloween Party at Play & Party (Yonge & King)

Fun for kids of all ages! Enjoy this indoor play area which includes a jungle gym, slide, soft play area for tots and a movie theatre.
Wear your costumes! Complimentary refreshments and popcorn. You can bring nut-free snacks for your kids or to share.  All welcome. Share the invite to your family and friends.  Entrance and parking at the back. Additional parking at shopping plaza on Yonge/King (SW corner). Adults and kids, please wear socks.

Special pricing: $5/child
Hosted by Life With A Baby

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Saturday October 27

East Gwillimbury | Starts at 6pm

Halloween Walk in Anchor Park

We start off at the picnic shelter with a spooky story and some fun Halloween activities. Then join the East Gwillimbury Trails Committee as they take you along th eAnchor Park Trail.

Children must be accompanies by an adult. You must register your children for this event. Please bring a flashlight and wear your costume to add to the spirit of the night.

Contact 905-478-4282 for details.

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Saturday October 27 & Sunday October 28

Markham | 5pm- 8pm

Scaryfest at the Markham Museum (9350 Markham Road )

A ghoulishly grand Halloween event for children aged 10 and under! Trick-or-treat your way around the Museum grounds where you will encounter lively and not so lively characters! Come in costume, have fun, and get spooky!

Cost: $6 adults, $5 senior/students, $4 children, Family of four $15.50

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Saturday October 27

Unionville | 7pm

The Nightmare Before Christmas at the Millenium Bandstand

The Unionville BIA is pleased t opresent the outdoor movie “The Nightmare Before Christmas”.

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Weekends October 27- 28 & November 3-4, 10-11, 17-18, 24-25

Woodbridge

Marvelous Mammals at the Kortright Centre (9550 Pine Valley Drive)

1:00 pm Forest Mammals
2:30 pm Wetland Mammals

Hike with a naturalist to look for Kortright’s marvelous mammals.

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Saturday October 27

Whitchurch-Stouffville | 12pm- 4pm

History Hands-On (H2O) Harvest at the Whitchurch-Stouffville Museum & Community Centre 

Learn how to make rope in the Cabin and try some heritage board games.  Practice rug hooking in the farmhouse Parlour and help prepare pumpkin and squash treats in the Kitchen.  Really experience life as it was 100 years ago!

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Sunday October 28

Unionville | 1pm – 3pm

Spooky Sunday in Unionville in Downtown Unionville (Main Street)

There will be treats, games, fun, buskers, Zombie Walk and loot bags.

COST: FREE

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Sunday October 28

Woodbridge | 11am- 4pm

Halloween Hat Extravaganza at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection (10365 Islington Ave)

Since her coronation in 1952, Queen Elizabeth II has purportedly worn 5,000 hats! Today is your opportunity to make your own most extravagant head creation, to match your Halloween costume. Visit one of our ongoing all-ages activity tables and hear about McMichael spirits in stories our educators are “pulling out of their hats!” Storytelling sessions take place at 12:30 p.m., 1:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m.

Cost: Included with gallery admission. Children 5 yrs and under are free.

 

Outside of the GTA

 

Saturday October 13

Simcoe County | 10am – 4pm

Last Blast – Historical Construction Equipment Event at Simcoe County Museum (1151 Highway 26, Minesing)

Start your engines and head to the Simcoe County Museum for one of the largest displays of working historic construction equipment in Canada! The Simcoe County Museum and the Historical Construction Equipment Association present our annual Last Blast at the Simcoe County Museum on Saturday, October 13, 2012. Ride out to the gravel pits on a people mover for a guided tour. See live demonstrations of steam powered equipment, vintage road building, rock crushing, grading, hoisting and much more. Wander through the displays of vintage tractors, classic trucks and other historic equipment set up around the Museum grounds. Each year we power up pieces of our heritage equipment for one last blast before the winter, and you are invited to come see it. This is a family event guaranteed to rev up the inner child in everyone!

Visitors are invited to spend the day, stroll through the Museum grounds and visit our permanent displays. The Friends of the Simcoe County Museum will be on site all day, serving delicious hot food at 2 refreshment stands. Event hours are 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Admission rates are: Museum Members free, Adult $6, Senior or Student $5.00, Child $4.00, Preschoolers free

COST: $6

 

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  1. Ken (Reviews: 0) says:

    There’s also a fundraising event on Saturday, Oct 20th 1pm-5pm in Leslieville with facepainting, arts/crafts, and a chili cookoff!
    http://www.ralphthornton.org/ralph-thornton-fundraiser-october-20th-2012/

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