Cask Days: The 13th annual Cask Days Cask-Conditioned Beer Festival returns to Evergreen Brickworks for three days in October. The festival offers 400+ beers and ciders served and celebrates the love for cask ale: unpasteurized, unfiltered and naturally carbonated beer that is served directly from a cask barrel.
Toronto Island Stories: Murder at the Lighthouse: Join Spooky Lagoon for a historical boat ride across the lake into the early history of the Toronto Islands. Discover the real story of the murder of John Paul Radelmüller, Gibraltar Point Lighthouse’s most famous keeper, along with other unique and fascinating stories about the Island’s history. This ride is sure to be a night to remember.
Screemers: back to unleash its ghosts and ghouls for its 25th year of terror at Exhibition Place. The Halloween tradition takes over the CNE grounds. This year’s attractions include a brand new Zombie Prizon, Skull Castle, House of Cards (3D), The Darkness, The Haunted House, Field of Screems, Slasher Wax Museum and a terrifying and gory show from illusionist Ryan Brown.
Haunted Walk at Black Creek Village: Explore the supernatural side of Toronto’s historic pioneer village – in the dark this October. Featuring some of the oldest buildings in the city, Black Creek Pioneer Village is the perfect, creepy backdrop for a night of spine-tingling ghost stories. Each participant will receive a special, limited edition Haunted Walk flashlight.
Let It Be: A Celebration of the music of The Beatles: Annerin Productions brings you the show that you never got to see The Beatles ever perform to Toronto’s Sony Centre. Relive the past from Ed Sullivan to Abbey Road. Relive the past from Ed Sullivan to Abbey Road, with favourite Beatles hits including “Hard Day’s Night”, “Day Tripper”, “Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”, “Twist and Shout”, “I Wanna Hold Your Hand”, “Strawberry Fields”, and more.
Latin Festival: The Latin Festival, an event that brings Latin American culture and music to life in Toronto, takes over Lula Lounge this October.
ImagineNATIVE Festival: is a film and media arts events showcasing the film, video, radio and new media works of Indigenous people. The four-day festival includes screenings of films by national and international aboriginals that speak to various cultural and social themes. Attendees have the opportunity to attend screenings and exhibits that are included in the yearly festival.
Diwali Festival: Enjoy the largest free indoor Diwali celebration this October at Bramalea City Centre. Diwali Festival of Lights will feature musical presentations by Jassi Sidhu and Mickey Singh, Bollywood Dance Workshops, Miss India-Canada performance, face painting, Bhangra, & more!
Vancouver Writers’ Festival: The festival features over 100 authors from Canada and around the world. Legendary author Margaret Atwood will discuss the role of the writer in depicting and challenging the status quo in turbulent times with Scottish author and editor Andrew O’Hagan, and authors such as Ann Cleeves, Nicole Krauss, Witi Ihimaera, Akhil Sharma, Leanne Beatsamosake Simpson, and Barbara Gowdy will be attending with readings, signings and more.
Toast to the Coast: Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre’s annual fundraising gala is where you’re encouraged to explore the immersive under and above water galleries while getting to know some of the province’s top chefs and wineries.
Union LGBTQ+ Wedding Show: Western Canada’s 1st LGBT+ wedding show, showcasing LGBTQ2+ positive wedding professionals in an inclusive and fabulous environment.
Spoo-Ook-Tacular Halloween Weekend: Underground scary stories, a strange science show, witch’s house, creepy critters and more for Halloween-loving kids.
East Side Flea: 50+ local vendors, makers, vintage sellers, oddity finders. Play pinball and pool. All this, with a bar!
Fright Nights: Misty, dark, dreary, and full of spooks and scares may not sound like everyone’s ideal night out, but to those of us who love Halloween, nothing could be better! Playland turns into an animated haunted carnival, including seven haunted houses and fifteen of its best rides; what better way to scream away all of your fears?
- Vancouver’s Hot Chocolate Festival is Back with 100+ Flavours
- Toronto Light Fest at The Distillery District
- What’s open and closed in Toronto on Christmas and Boxing Day
- Enjoy a picture-perfect gourmet picnic in a weatherproof globe on a beach in Vancouver!
- Vancouver’s Arabic Language Festival this December
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