What’s on this weekend: Oct 26 – 27

It’s a great weekend to get into the Halloween spirit before next Thursday with many trick or treating opportunities for young ones.

You can still stop by your favourite farmer’s market, go on a ghost walk, a hike, traverse the Pumpkin Trail, go on an art tour or visit the Gluten Free Market at the RBG.

Visit our Events page for details. Have a great weekend!

BURLINGTON

Spooktacular Halloween Event, Burlington Mall, 777 Guelph Line

Burlington Ghost Walk, Emma’s Back Porch, 2084 Lakeshore Road

Burlington Mall Farmer’s Market (Saturdays), 777 Guelph Line

Treats in our Streets, Downtown

City Parent Family Show, Royal Botanical Gardens, 680 Plains Road West

7th Annual Village Scare Pumpkin Patch, 422 Pearl Street

Gluten-Free Market @ RBG, Royal Botanical Gardens, 680 Plains Road West

Centro Garden Farmer’s and Local Foods Market, 437 Brant Street

OAKVILLE

FREE guided trail walks, Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre (on Yolanda Drive)

Oakville Place Farmer’s Market (Saturdays), Trafalgar Road & Leighland Avenue

Oakville Art Tour

Dog Guides Open House, Oakville Training Facility, 152 Wilson St

Pumpkin Palooza, Rebecca & Kerr Street

Halloween at Oakville Museum, Oakville Museum, 8 Navy Street

Monster Mash, Centennial Pool, 120 Navy Street

HALTON

Halton’s Pumpkin Trail

HAMILTON

Haunted Halloween @ Westfield Village, 1049 Kirkwall Road Rockton

MILTON

Springridge Harvest Festival, 7256 Bell School Line

Spooktacular Halloween – Weekend #2, Mountsberg Conservation Area, 2259 Millburough Line

Pumpkin Summit 8k Trail Race 2013Kelso Conservation Area, 5234 Kelso Road

Halloween Spooktacular, Halton County Radial Railway 13629 Guelph Line

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