It’s that time of year again, the time for costumes, treats, and of course, spooky family events in the City of Toronto. During my personal favourite time of the year, there are tons of things to see and do with your family in our community. Enjoy the beautiful fall weather and while you’re at it, check out some of the wonderful attractions in your own backyard.
- Get creative with HartHouse on October 26th at Family Sunday, Halloween Disguises edition. This free event will feature crafts, face painting and more. Registration is required!
- The Twilight Pumpkin Float in High Park on October 26th from 4:00-6:00pm is a great way to show off your pumpkin carving skills and support outdoor education in the city. Bring $2.50 and a pumpkin, give it your best carve, and then set it afloat in the High Park wading pool! All proceeds go towards the Nearer to Nature Adopt-a-Class program.
- Blackcreek Pioneer Village is hosting the Howling Hootenanny from October 18th – 26th. Visit the village to explore a haunted maze, enjoy exciting magic acts and fire jugglers, and of course get crafty with pumpkin decorating. Tickets are $11.00 for kids and $15 for adults.
- Visit the Spooktacular Family Halloween Party at the Berkeley Church (Queen St. E and Sherbourne) on October 26th to dance the day away to the Monster Mash, get creative with spooky crafts and enjoy some tasty treats. Tickets are $15.00 with all proceeds going towards Boost Child Abuse Prevention & Intervention.
- Kreepy Kortright will be taking over the Kortright Centre for Conservation on October 24th and 25th. Enjoy a haunted maze, camp-fires and crafts and spend some time enjoying the beautiful fall scenery on a forest walk.
So, grab your cape and your mask, perfect your scariest face, and get out there and enjoy all that the city has to offer this Halloween. Check out Part 2 for more great Halloween event ideas!
Do you have any Halloween events, crafts or recipes to share? Comment below. Happy Halloween!