Manitoba Children’s Museum. October 28th, 6 - 9pm.
TRICK-OR-TREAT! Want a night of Halloween DELIGHT? Then join the Halloween Howl for fangtastic family entertainment at the 21st Annual Halloween Howl! Safely trick-or-treat in 12 indoor ghastly galleries, participate in spooktacular activities, make creepy crafts, and have some ghoulish fun!
A dance party with special guest DJ Mama Cutsworth
Treats available in each of the museum’s 12 galleries
A spooky family photo opportunity at the Pixels and Giggles Photo Booth
A live reptile display by Prairie Exotics
A visit by feathered friends from Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre
Ooey gooey experiments led by Let’s Talk Science
Make-and-take home your very own creepy craft
Sweet treats and healthy snacks
Centre Culturel Franco-Manitobain. October 22nd, 1 - 5pm.
Come out to the Centre Culturel Franco-Manitobain to celebrate Halloween a little early this year. Bring the kids, wear a costume (only if you want), and enjoy the games, contests, prizes, dancing, bouncy gym and crafts. Rumour has it there will also be a photobooth and petting zoo at the event. Sounds like a spooky good time!
Cineplex Movie Theatres. October 14th, all day.
Bring the entire family out the free (but not necessarily Halloween themed) movie this year at Cineplex Community Day. This year, on October 14th come out to watch a feature film. Shows will be starting as early as 9 am so you can even watch a movie first thing in the morning!
Assiniboine Park. October 29th, Race starts 8 am.
Expecting to eat a lot of Halloween candy this year, why not run it off as an entire family? The Spooky dash is a family-friendly events where racers can run 3K, 5K, or even a 10K race at beautiful Assiniboine Park. Tickets are $15 in advance, $25 on the day of, and free for children under the age of 4!
A Maze in Corn. September 29th - October 29th, closes at 10pm.
Halloween is an exciting time of year here at the corn maze! The maze is golden in colour and rustles in the wind leading you to believe there is something out there. The Haunted Forest begins to moan and groan as the creatures of the Forest come alive to feast on the fall visitors. Enter at your own risk, as the forest will reach out to get your screams. A resident creature will lure you in with their haunting humour. Once in the Forest, there is no guarantee what will happen. Come prepared to be scared!
The Haunted Forest is an outdoor venue. Therefore, dress really warm and wear old footwear.
Please check the website for daily updates concerning weather conditions and possible closures.
During the day is best for younger children 6-12, as it is certainly scarier in the dark!
Park City West Community Centre. October 21st, 6:30 - 9pm.
Come to Park City West Community Centre this year to celebrate in style with entertainment and fun for everyone. This year there will be a magic show, special guests and free popcorn, crafts, and treats for all those who pay admission ($5). Children 2 and under are FREE.
Birds Hill Provincial Park. October 14th, 6 - 9pm.
This year, wear your costume and get ready for a spooktacular night hike at Halloween at the Hill. There will be face painting, a campfire, crafts, and a haunted forest. To sweeten the deal, the event is FREE! However, for a small fee, Birds Hill Park is also offering up spooky hay rides.
For even more, check out our popular Halloween Events listings- constantly being updated!
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