Friday Five: Halloween Edition
Whether it’s candy, costumes or just good old fashioned scary fun, you’re never too old to enjoy Halloween. Here are five ways you can get into the Halloween spirit in Downtown Oakville this October:
Show Off Your Costume During Tiny Tots on Parade
Calling all Trick-or-Treaters! This Halloween, come on down to Downtown Oakville’s Centennial Square (120 Navy Street) at 10 a.m. and show us your best costume. Then hit the town until noon to gather fantastic treats (never tricks!) from our many merchants. They can’t wait to see you again this year!
Join a Ghost Walk with the Oakville Historical Society
With its historic buildings and heritage homes, it’s only to be expected that Downtown Oakville is home to a few restless spirits. Learn more about Downtown Oakville’s haunted history during one of the Oakville Historical Society’s ghost walks, running nightly from October 16 to 30 (excluding Sundays). During these walks, you’ll take a trip back in time to the Downtown Oakville of the 1800s, with a spooky tour led by a famous historical figure from that era. Learn more
Sign up for an Escape Room at Oakville Public Library
On October 18, the Central Branch of the Oakville Public Library is transforming into a multi-level escape room. In “Library After Dark: The Haunting of 120 Navy Street,” you and your teammates will solve a series of puzzles throughout the library to help trap a spirit that’s haunting the stacks. Tickets are selling out quickly, so sign up soon! Learn more
Attend a Halloween House Party at Duran Place for Kids
On Saturday, October 26, Duran Place for Kids is hosting a Halloween House Party, featuring crafts, treats and a Masquerade Dance. Learn more
Get Decorative at Write Impressions
Located at 222 Lakeshore Road East, this convenience store also sells seasonal decor and housewares, making it the perfect spot to pick up a few decorative items to get your house Halloween-ready.