Monday, October 24, 2011

Ontario Events & Festivals: Featured Halloween Events October 26-31, 2011

Halloween Hauntings

Meet the Marsh Monster
Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre

Midland, On
October 29-30, 2011
Come out and hear the legend of the Marsh Monster and to celebrate Halloween. Take a haunted walk through eerie trails, illuminated by grinning jack-o-lanterns, searching for the Marsh Monster. Wear your most creative costume and please bring a flashlight
Stay at inns, resorts, hotels in Midland Ontario, more on Penetanguishene on Georgian Bay

Haliburton Forest & Wildlife Reserve
A Haunted House - October 30th
Join Haliburton Forest staff for a bone chilling night of tricks and treats. The haunted house opens at 7pm and will run until 9 pm. It features a haunted walk through a forest filled with ghosts and ghouls, ending at a spine chilling mad house. This event is suitable for all ages and admission is by donation.
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Haunted Harbour At Discovery Harbour
October 26-28, 2011 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
“Haunted Harbour” will be a fun (and spooky!) evening at Discovery Harbour, where all manner of characters and creatures will take root at the historic site, sure to fright and delight even the most wary of traveller. Stroll the ghostly historic properties along candlelit paths, and peer into the historic buildings to see what awaits. Watch out for witches, a bag of bones, a giant spider, skeletons, a beating heart, eerie graveyard, “living” trees, and lots of wiggly critters – be careful where you step! Pirate fans will love the House o’ Loot where the bounty overflows, and little folks can try their hand at a special Hallowe’en craft. Admission’s just $5.00 per person plus a non-perishable food item (which will be donated to the local Food Bank). Children ages 5 and under are free.
Stay at inns, resorts, hotels in Midland Ontario, more on Penetanguishene on Georgian Bay.

Great Pumpkin Trail
October 31, 2011
Annual favourite where trick or treaters follow the lit footpaths to decorated pioneer buildings where they receive their treats. All this in a vehicle free environment.
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3rd  Annual Halloween "Spook"tacular
Barrie City Hall Downtown Barrie
Saturday, October 29, 2011   8am-noon
In partnership with the Barrie Farmers' Market we invite everyone to come down to City Hall and have a 'spook'tacular time with a variety of activities and attractions to celebrate Halloween.  Costume contest (children 12 & under).  Pumpkin carving contest, free face painting, free wagon rides, free apple cider, take a picture with a scarecrow.
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