Halloween is my favourite time of year. Lawn inflatables, kids in costumes, the controlled fear of watching scary movies all weekend, and of course, mini Snickers bars. So wrapping up this list of local spooktacular Halloween events was my pleasure!
Here’s our perpetually updated Guide to Spooky Fun in your neighbourhood. Have an event to add? Leave a comment and we’ll get it on our list for our readers to check out.
Pumpkins After Dark is a drive-thru experience this year and it was awesome! New installations were added this year, and the warmth of your car is a bonus! The trail should take you at least 45 minutes so go slow and take pictures of everything like I did! Check out our pictures on Instagram.
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October 17th thru October 31st
Downtown Milton is hosting an outdoor scavenger hunt where you download the participation form and find all of the locations and you could win! In addition, they’re also hosting a costume contest and have online activities you can download.
October 23rd-25th, and October 30th and 31st
Conservation Halton is happy to bring you their annual Mountsberg Halloween Spectacular! Wander through the haunted barn or walk down a lantern-lit path to meet snakes and owls and make a spooky discovery, then take a wagon ride with our ghostly driver through the deep, dark woods or make some memories by the outdoor fire.
Friday, October 23rd
Common Moms want to help you make some festive memories that last longer than this year! Take your wee one to The Family Room to create an adorable handprint/footprint Halloween craft. You;ll love having a keepsake of their tiny Halloween toes!
Thursday, October 29th
Paint it Priti is hosting one of her very popular virtual kids painting classes, and in this session, your petit Picasso will be guided through painting a Halloween masterpiece that you’ll add to your favourite Halloween decor for years to come.
Chickadee Kids Co. invites all you master builders and STEM fans to their virtual BYOL (Bring Your Own Lego) Workshop with Snapology. Kids will discuss haunted houses, what they are and what do you commonly see on them. Students will then design and build their own haunted house and share what they have built with the rest of the class.
Happy Halloween! Saturday, October 31st
Triple C Farm is hosting Halloween Goat Yoga and if you feel like you need something to make you smile right now, this is a great way to enjoy a gentle yoga flow while hanging out and cuddling with cute and adorable goats!
Duran Place for Kids in Oakville is welcoming you to their open-air, one way, “not-so-spooky” haunted candy graveyard! Kids will take their individual turn exploring a foggy graveyard hunting for their own prepackaged treat bag, compliments of Invidiata Realty. Take photos of your costumes at the awesome Halloween Wall. Book on their Facebook page or by calling (905) 842-2223
Chickadee Kids Co. knows there’s nothing more Halloween than SLIME, so join them on Halloween Day in person (or virtually) for a Spooky Slimy Time! And of course, some slime to take home!
Code Ninjas Burlington is taking you on a virtual trick-or-treat adventure in Roblox! Kids will love the online interactive experience and parents will love not being outside in the elements! Follow the Code Ninjas Burlington Facebook page and website for more info!
Film.ca in Oakville welcomes trick-or-treaters to their outdoor, physically-distanced, time staggered Halloween event! Pre-booking required, and spaces are limited to allow for safe distancing, so dress up in your Halloween costume ride the trackless train, enjoy free goodies & Halloween-based activities, and get your candy from decorated trunks for kids to trick-or-treat at!
National Service Dogs are hosting a drive-thru Halloween for Dogs and Kids of all ages, so show them your best Halloween Costumes, enter their online costume contest and participate in a drive-thru trick or treat, complete with doggie treat and toy giveaways and lots of candy for the two-leggeds, too!
Add Your Events
Know of a Halloween event in Burlington, Hamilton or beyond that we are missing? Why not share it with us! We include anything that is family-friendly and open to the public. And if you are looking for more great ways to celebrate the spookiest night of the year, just scroll down for some inspiration!
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