What’s Happening in Oakville this Halloween

Old or young Oakville's got something wonderful happening for Halloween 2014

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Nolan A Machan

Nolan A Machan

Nolan Machan is the Publisher of OakvilleNews.Org and has over 41 years of local Oakville knowledge. He is committed to providing Oakville residents with the most up-to-date information about our great town.

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Oakville is buzzing this Halloween with events that will appeal to young and old. So get your calendar app open so you don’t miss a thing this Halloween.

4 characters: cowgirl, cat in the hat, dog, lionTiny Tots Parade

Downtown Oakville
October 31st
10:00 AM to Noon

This annual Halloween tradition is a favorite of children, parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles. From 10:00 AM to noon the merchants of Downtown Oakville get into the Halloween spirit by dressing up and handing out candy and for the adults coupons. This year there is a specially decorated section of Town Square, which will make the perfect location for your family picture.

Decorated Halloween HouseHalloween House

111 Solingate
October 31st
7:00 PM to 10:00 PM

For the past 22 years Todd decorates his family’s home with over 225 unique items that provide amusement for young and old alike. There has been a concerted effort not to make the haunted house too scary for the many children who visit. Entrance to Halloween House is free, but a donation either monetary or non-perishable food is for the 400 families who use the Oakville Food Bank. on a monthly basis.

This is a very well attended event so there will be Halton Regional Police helping with traffic.

Poster features big red lipsRocky Horror Picture Show

Film.ca Cinemas
171 Speers Road
October 31st
11:00 PM to 1:30 AM

This cult classic is a musical horror film from 1975, that was based on a musical stage production from 1973. It is a tribute to the early science fiction “B” movies. Susan Sarandon is just one of the ensemble cast, who have made this a Halloween favourite. If you haven’t seen this, it is simply a must see.

Pumpkin Parade

Westwood Park (Kerr & Bond Street)
November 1st
6:30 PM to 8:00 PM

Row of Lit - Jack-o-lantern

Pumpkin Parade

Have you ever wondered what to do with that Pumpkin you spent hours carving, well West River Residents have established a wonderful event where you can show off your handy work. Last year over 100 pumpkins were displayed, and an award was given for the best jack-o-lantern. So bring down your pumpkin and have a great time seeing the incredible artistic feats of your neighbours.

You don’t even have to take your Pumpkin back home, since the Town of Oakville will collect them all for composting.



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