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.
Nightmare on Dundas Street Movie Nights: Join the Art Gallery of Ontario as they screen the ten most terrifying films of all time.
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 Market: Toronto is getting its very own Haunted Market this October! The Toronto Indie Horror Fest is bringing a Haunted Market to D-Beatstro. The market features arts & crafts, collectibles, toys, DVDs VHS, posters & more.
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.
Harvest Haus: Combining modern fare with authentic European harvest traditions, gather your closest mates for what may be the most gluttonous and gratifying Oktoberfest in the city.
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?
North Shore Craft Beer Week : The North Shore has a rich history of craft brewing and was home to Canada’s first ever microbrewery – Horseshoe Bay Brewery in 1982. Download the Vancouver’s North Shore Craft Beer Week Passport, get a stamp at each brewery as you travel around North Vancouver sampling special craft beer menus and unique casks. With your stamps, you could win prizes!
Improv Wars: The Laugh Jedi: Vancouver TheatreSports takes you to a universe that exists outside of normal time and space – where unlikely characters co-exist. Hosted by a mysterious hooded figure, the players and the audience search for an individual of unique abilities – one with the power to cloud people’s minds, to slip into any role, to make intuitive connections at lightning speed – The Laugh Jedi.
Potter’s House of Horrors: Gather your moteliest crew and drop into one of the area’s biggest and best-rated haunted houses, celebrating 15 years of screams! Attractions include two haunted houses (plus a “Li’l Haunters” attraction geared to kids 12 & under), a coffin ride, a haunted paintball shootout, and a photo booth. Partial proceeds go to Critter Care Wildlife Society.
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- Vancouver’s Arabic Language Festival this December
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