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Halloween

Here are some family friendly Halloween events happening around the city. Please bear in mind there may still be a scary element to some of the festivities. It might be prudent to contact the venue to find out their level of fright!

Halloween Summerside Grande Boulevard
See Summerside Grande Boulevard lit up for Halloween!

There is a street in the neighborhood of Summerside that has established itself as THE premier spot for Halloween fun and trick-or-treating in Edmonton. The residents on Grande Boulevard go all out with Halloween decorations and the street can easily see over a thousand costumed ghosts and goblins on Halloween
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Booed FREE Printable
Boo a Friend or Neighbour for Halloween! {FREE Printable}

Have you ever been Booed? Booing is the perfect way to bring some socially distanced fun to a friend or neighbour this Halloween! Plus we have made it even easier for you with our We’ve Been Booed/You’ve Been Booed FREE printable below. What is Booing? Booing is the act of
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Rutherford Manor Haunt
Thrills Around Every Corner at the Rutherford Manor Haunt

The Rutherford Manor Haunt is one of those experiences I would selfishly prefer to keep quiet about, but is just too awesome not to share! After a Covid hiatus in 2020, I am so excited to see them back and ready to scare in 2021. The creators behind this walk-thru
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Celebration Church Trunk or Treat
Get Your Fill of Halloween Candy at Trunk or Treat

Decorated vehicles, kids in costumes, an abundance of Halloween Candy – that’s what Trunk or Treat is all about! It’s a version of trick-or-treating where cars are the houses, and trunks are the doors. Get your timed tickets on Eventbrite to join this family-friendly event at Celebration Church on Saturday,
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Halloween Mill Woods Town Centre
Halloween Treats (Without The Tricks) at Mill Woods Town Centre

Remember Halloween when you were a kid? Your super cool costume completely covered by a puffy coat and thick toque, and your shivering little fingers too cold to even attempt opening candy wrappers. (Mom and dad made you promise you’d wait until you were home, anyway!) Well, times have changed,
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Dynamyx Gymnastics Halloween Event

The Dynamyx Gymnastics Halloween Event is a chance to have some spooky, active fun! Come dressed in costume for some fang-tastically fun games, ghoulish gymnastics, spooktacular activities and even a treat bag! This event is for children ages 3 to 12 and costs $20 per child, with no charge for
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Laser Halloween Spooktacular TWOSE
Laser Halloween Spooktacular at TELUS World of Science Edmonton

Thrills and chills are taking over for Halloween at the TELUS World of Science Edmonton! Enjoy a one of kind Halloween Spooktacular laser light show in the Zeidler Dome from October 20 to 31, 2021. Ghoulish music and lights are sure to delight the kids and provide some Halloween fun.
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The Not So Scary Haunted Hike For Big Kids

Tweens and their families can experience all the terrifying thrills of a haunted house during the Not So Scary Kids Hours at The Haunted Hike in Vegreville. Visitors can expect all the same creepy props and scenery, but without the terrifying actors that come in the full version Haunted Hike.
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Free Halloween Scavenger Hunt at Edmonton Ski Club

** All time slots have now sold out, but there is waiting list being taken … so go ahead and sign up anyways! ** Get your costumes ready and have some fun outdoors this Halloween! If you’re looking to skip the door-to-door festivities this year, than the Halloween Scavenger Hunt at
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Celebrate Halloween Early With Reverse Trick or Treating

Let the Halloween festivities begin! The Reverse Trick or Treat is a unique spin on a community parade, visiting various communities on Saturdays in October. Costumed candy throwers from Theatre Garage are going to fill up the streets with treats, including goodie bags for the littlest Halloweeners! During these events,
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