Starting Oct. 4, join the Brentwood Library for a four-week do-it-yourself workshop that will prepare you for the spookiest Halloween ever.
Location and Venue: Brentwood Library, 36 Brentwood Rd. N
Celebrating 27 years of scaring guests, SCREEMERS is Toronto’s original and best haunted attraction, running Oct. 11 through Halloween.
Location and Venue: Better Dead Centre, 195 Princes’ Blvd.
On Oct. 18, drop off your kids, aged 6 to 10, for Halloween-themed games, crafts, a visit from Strummers and Drummers, a dance party and pizza dinner.
Location and Venue: Community Centre 55, 97 Main St.
Horrorgami: Halloween Origami
Learn to make bats, ghosts and other creepy folded projects for Halloween. All skill levels welcome. For tweens and teens ages 11-16. This event takes place Oct. 22 and requires registration; please register and confirm your spot before attending.
Location and Venue: Woodside Square Library, 1571 Sandhurst Cir.
Totally ’80s Halloween Costume Party
Boom 97.3 and Amsterdam Brewery present a Totally 80s Halloween Costume Party on Oct. 25. This is a 19+ movie.
Location and Venue: The Phoenix, 410 Sherbourne St.
Family Halloween Party
Bayview Village Association is hosting a family Halloween party on Oct. 25, with activities for toddlers and children up to five years of age.
Location and Venue: Forest Grove United Church, 43 Forest Grove Dr.
Between Oct. 26 and 27, SpookFest Toronto brings you a weekend filled with frightfully fun activities the whole family can enjoy. Don’t forget to come in costume and be ready to have some spoooooky fun!
Location and Venue: Better Living Centre, Exhibition Place, 195 Princes’ Blvd.
Riverside’s Halloween Fest
The night of Oct. 26, Kids of all ages are invited to dress up and join in some spooky fun. Festivities will include a haunted house, costume contest, pumpkin decorating, face painting, kiddies costume parade and more.
Location and Venue: Riverside neighbourhood – Queen Street East from DVP to just past De Grassi
Halloween Pumpkin Spooktacular
The merchants of Baby Point Gates are hosting a family-friendly fall event on Oct. 26, including a sidewalk sale and themed food & beverage. Costume attire welcome. Free carving pumpkins. Spooky selfie corner at Jane & Annette.
Location and Venue: Baby Point Gates B.I.A. area, 777 Annette St.
Mortem at Rebel
Presented by REBEL and sponsored by Jack Daniels, Mortem is one of Canada’s largest Halloween parties, taking place Oct. 26. (19+)
Location and Venue: Rebel, 11 Polson St.
Halloween STEM Party
Techzenik Robotics invites everyone to their spectacular STEM-based Halloween Party on Oct. 26. This kid-friendly event is perfect for children ages 4-17.
Location and Venue: Techzenik Robotics, 2300 Lawrence Ave. E
Halloween on Queen
Festivities will be taking place Oct. 26 in Ivan Forrest Gardens and Kew Gardens Park. Come in costume for a chance to win prizes, generously donated by The Beach Village’s member businesses. Or strut your stuff in our official Halloween on Queen costume parade.
Location and Venue: Kew Gardens, 2075 Queen St. E.
Try out your Halloween costume at this family-friendly event filled with spooky games, crafts and snacks. Adult accompaniment and registration required. The event takes place Oct. 26, please register by Oct. 18.
Location and Venue: Toronto Botanical Garden, 777 Lawrence Ave. E
East End Storytellers: Halloween Edition
On Oct. 26, join the East End Storytellers for fun filled scary stories for Halloween. Drop in, no registration required.
Location and Venue: Morningside Library, 4279 Lawrence Ave. E.
Jack’s Halloween Party
“I am Jack’s Halloween Party,” would be something Tyler Durden would say. But on Oct. 26, Trapment brings the noise to the Toybox.
Location and Venue: Toybox, 473 Adelaide St. W
Humpty Dumpty Puppet Show. Halloween celebration
The Humpty Dumpty Puppet Show is a great event for both kids and adults. Taking place Oct. 26, the event offers great acting, cute puppets, professional incidental music, raffle prizes. Halloween costumes are always welcome.
Location and Venue: Studio N, 312 Dolomite Dr.
Monster Dash Toronto
The eighth annual Monster Dash Toronto, presented by Go Dodge Don Mills, is the self-proclaimed “most unique Halloween experience anywhere.” Taking place Oct. 27, this event is for families, kids, runners and walkers, and fans of costumes.
Location and Venue: Ontario Science Centre, 770 Don Mills Rd.
Seasons Family Centre annual Haunted House
They’re back — bigger and better than ever before. The Seasons Family Centre hosts its annual ‘Haunted House’ on Oct. 27, partnering with Kids Can Academy with proceeds from ticket sales going directly to the charitable organization.
Location and Venue: Seasons Family Centre, 655 Davenport Rd.
And a Scotch Egg — Halloween Spooktacular!
Ghosts, goblins, monsters and mayhem are on the menu as Her Majesty’s Finest All-Weather Panel Show returns Oct. 29 for a spooktacular Halloween extravaganza
Location and Venue: Social Capital Theatre, 154 Danforth Ave.
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