Your Family-Friendly Events Guide to Halloween in Saskatoon – 2019 Edition

Halloween Events in SaskatoonOOOOooooo! It’s Hallowe’en in Saskatoon! Haunted houses, Hallowe’en parties, and spooky costumes can be great fun, but they can also be a bit scary for the little people in our households! Lucky for Saskatonians, the bridge city has something for every member of the family, regardless of their fear factor!

Spooky (and not too spooky!) Family-Friendly Halloween Events in Saskatoon

Halloween Costume SwapHalloween Costume Swap

The best idea since sliced bread! Between September 3 and October 4th, drop off a costume for swap on October 6th or attend the $10 sale of gently used costumes.


Pumpkin Maze at Dutch Growers

18 years of FREE family-fun can’t be wrong! Dutch Growers Pumpkin Maze opens on September 27 and your family won’t want to miss it! With craft activities, a photo booth and a preschooler-friendly INDOOR maze, there’s fun to be had for every member of the family!

 

 


Halloween Events in SaskatoonTerror in the Trees

Up for a fall drive? Find Terror in the Trees at the corner of Highway 60 and Churchill Ave (near Pike Lake Provincial Park). You never know what could be lurking in the graveyard or who you might find on the footpath! Check out their hours between October 25th and 31st.

 

 


Halloween events in SaskatoonSaskatoon Halloween House

Halloween’s answer to a Christmas lights display, Saskatoon Halloween House is an elaborate drive-by (okay, maybe stop-by) display that is impressive and growing every year. The display is FREE and located in Mount Royal at 923 Ave. X North.

 

 

 


Brighton Halloween DanceSPL Monster Mash

On October 26th, come in costume and ready to BOOgie with the Saskatoon Public Library! Their annual Monster Mash will put preschoolers in the Halloween spirit!

 


HauntedSPL Halloween Howl

Enjoy a Halloween themed puppet show for ages 5 – 8 this October with the Saskatoon Public Library! Choose from two locations and times to suit your family’s busy Halloween schedule.

 


Boo Town

Put the treat in trick or treat this Halloween at the Western Development Museum’s annual Boo Town! With entertainment, Hallowe’en games, spooky stories, wagon rides and a good old fashioned mystery, there’s something for everyone in the family.

 


Hallowe'en and Pumpkins at the Farmer's MarketGerman Cultural Centre Halloween Howl

Get your tickets to the German Cultural Centre’s Annual Hallowe’en Howl! There will be bouncy castles, a creepy corner, and an opportunity to wear those adorable Halloween costumes.

 


Harvest Home Medieval Halloween Market

Join in the family-fun at the Harvest Home Medieval Hallowe’en Market. On October 28th, support Ronald McDonald House Charities by enjoying all the market has to offer–from of homemade and home-business vendors to medieval demonstrations, a children’s Halloween activity area and more.

 

 


Corn Mazes

No one will BAT an eye if you wear your costume to one of Saskatoon and area’s amazing corn mazes. Most of these seasonal sensations are open until Halloween, weather permitting.

 


Singing with Sylvia HalloweenSinging With Sylvia Halloween Howl

It’ll be a HOOT at Saskatchewan’s own Singing with Sylvia’s Halloween Howl. Attend one of 4 shows full of finger play, silly songs and the crazy antics of the woman in orange!


Halloween events in saskatoonIntergenerational Trick or Treating

The residents at Samaritan Place cordially invite you to REGISTER for this FREE intergenerational trick or treating opportunity co-ordinated by Mommy Connections.


family-friendly events in SaskatoonBoo at the Zoo

Trick or Treating with the animals, carnival games, a walk through the haunted tunnel… SO much happening at the annual Boo at the Zoo at Saskatoon’s Forestry Farm Park & Zoo.


Happy Halloween! Wishing you a few tricks and even more treats at these awesome Halloween events in Saskatoon…

 

 

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