Fright Night, Pumpkin Party and inclusive trick-or-treating in Brampton for Halloween season
Published October 23, 2023 at 12:50 pm
Halloween is right around the corner and there are plenty of ways for ghouls and goblins to enjoy the spookiest season of all in Brampton this year with family-friendly events and a program to help all trick-or-treaters experience Halloween without barriers.
Last chance for Fright Night
A host of free Halloween-themed Fright Night events are being held this month at recreation and community centres across Brampton, with the final Fright Night of the season this Friday (Oct. 27) at the Century Gardens Recreation Centre.
With demonstrations by a “mad scientist,” arts and craft stations, games, a haunted house, treats, airbrush tattoos and much more, Fright Night is sure to get you in the Halloween spirit.
Fright Night events run from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. You can find out more about Fright Night by clicking here.
Treat Accessibly Halloween Program
The City is inviting Bramptonians to take part in the Treat Accessibly program.
Residents who sign up will receive a Treat Accessibly sign that can be placed on their lawn to let trick-or-treaters with a disability know they can experience Halloween without barriers at their home.
Getting your sign early can help families and caregivers time to plan their trick-or-treating routes, and you can find out more info on the Treat Accessibly program by clicking here.
The city’s annual post-Halloween bash is back, inviting Brampton residents to bring their Jack-o’-Lanterns and festive gourds to Ken Whillans Square on Nov. 1 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Guests are encouraged to come dressed up in a costume to light up their pumpkins one last time and the free event will feature free treats from local vendors, a photo op with characters like Spider-Man and Elsa from the Disney hit Frozen, a live DJ and of course the annual pumpkin smash.
For more on the Brampton Pumpkin Party click here.
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