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!

BOO! Halloween Event Guide for Families in Metro Vancouver

Presented by HowlOver Canada at FlyOver Canada Calling all ghouls & goblins, it is time to celebrate Halloween 2021! We figured out how to celebrate Halloween during a global pandemic last year, so let’s just jump back on that merry-go-round for 2021. Communities across Metro Vancouver are hosting dozens of
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7 Ideas for Halloween Day
Wrangle the Crazy Kids with these 7 Ideas for Halloween Day

Halloween lands on a Sunday in 2021. That means parents are 100% responsible for keeping the little ghouls occupied and distracted until it is time to trick-or-treat. Check out some of the ideas I use to cling to my sanity on October 31st. Happy Halloween! Decorate Pumpkins I HATE decorating
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Halloween Howl
Halloween Howl

It’s time for a Halloween Howl! This special event allows families the opportunity to celebrate Halloween together. Families will enjoy scary Halloween-themed activities such as a family gym, arts & crafts, games, trick-or-treating & a very scary storytime! Everyone is encouraged to come dressed in costumes! Please call Abbotsford Recreation
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Heritage Halloween Haunted Train Station
Heritage Halloween Haunted Train Station

Visit Mackin House for their annual Heritage Halloween celebration and get spooky. Take a tour of their haunted train station, enjoy some refreshments & make a craft. Masks are required inside the train station and museum. This is a rain or shine event. This is a FREE event and no
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Booing
Have You Been Booed? Halloween Fun for the Neighbourhood {Printable}

Have you been booed? I love my neighbourhood. There are many times my husband and I look at one another and grin with glee that we somehow managed to plunk ourselves down in the neighbourhood-community of our dreams. If you watched Gilmore Girls Star’s Hollow isn’t a far stretch from
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FlyOver Canada Halloween
HowlOver Canada Flies into FlyOver Canada

For many years, FlyOver Canada’s Halloween adventure has been one of our family’s favourite October adventures. Last year, FlyOver Canada introduced HowlOver Canada and we are thrilled to announce this fun 4D, kid-friendly, Halloween ride is back for 2021. Join Biker Mama the Witch on a Halloween flight ride that
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Where the Wild Things Are
Where the Wild Things Are

Welcome back, Max! The wild rumpus starts again in this fresh version of Where the Wild Things Are, PHT’s wildly popular show for the very young (and their families)! Imaginatively adapted to suit the most current public health orders, Max and his adventures safely bring pure wonder and wow to
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Vancouver Aquarium Fin-Tastic Fall Days

For the first time ever, come experience Vancouver Aquarium’s Fin-tastic Fall Days, a seasonal celebration packed with treats, fun and surprises for the whole family! Explore the Aquarium like never before, adorned in familiar festive fall decor. Immerse yourself in the brand-new SCOOB! 4D Experience® movie, try tasty fall treats,
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Playland Hallowed Eves
PNE Hallowed Eves

PNE Hallowed Eves brings brave Vancouverites sideshow stunts, fire breathers, contortionists, and thrill rides. In the dead of night, a Caravan of Curiosities rolled into town… Alongside firebreathers, contortionists and other oddities, a resentful puppet longed to be the star of the show. Chippy is no dummy; he’s ready to
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Maan Farms Fall Festival
Maan Farms Fall Festival

Get ready to jump feet first into autumn when you visit Maan Farms Fall Festival. Tickets are available for purchase, online, as of September 17, 2021. There are lots of yummy treats to enjoy! Double Pumpkin Spice cream is back. Made with roasted pumpkins from the Maan Farms patch, and
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