Halloween is right around the corner – so we’re sharing some of our favourite ways to celebrate with the kids in Calgary. We’re featuring Halloween activities, Halloween events and Halloween parties for children in Calgary.
Zombie Survivor at the Corn Maze | October 15, 2016
Imagine a corn maze, swaying with the evening breeze and backlit by a partially visible moon. Can you hear the zombies hidden in the corn maze, growling and howling at the night sky? And there you are, standing still at the corn maze’s entrance, struck by a sudden onset of a zombie-infection. Your only chance of survival exists within the Zombie Corn Maze. In addition to the maze, your ticket also grants you access to many of the great activities at the Calgary Corn Maze, including: Petting Zoo, Jumping Pillows, Giant Slides, Tractor Pulled Rides, Pumpkin Barn, Mini-golf, and so much more.
Halloween Cake Decorating Class | October 23, 2016
Halloween Cake Decorating If you dare … Join us in the Cooking School to create your very own spooky Halloween cake. All gruesome guests will enjoy some Halloween Punch and treats from the graveyard. (Children 3 – 11 are welcome. Children under the age of 6 must be accompanied by an adult) $15.00/child (one child per cake) Please be advised that our Cooking Schools are not allergy-free zones.
Ghosts of Fish Creek | October 26, 2016
Tour the historic Bow Valley Ranch area of Fish Creek Provincial Park to learn about the ghosts that are rumored to haunt here! Hot chocolate will be served to keep you warm and toasty (please remember to bring a travel mug). Great for all ages (although it may be a bit scary for younger listeners). Tickets only $7 per person. Funds raised will go directly towards the Friends of Fish Creek conservation and stewardship activities in the park.
Monster Mash Halloween Bash | October 28, 2016
Come dressed in your favourite costume and join us for creepy crafts, ghostly games and fun ghouly activities. We are proud to partner with Aspen Hand in Hand Parent Link Centre and Village Square Library to provide recreational child and family-friendly events.
Ghouls Night Out | October 27-29, 30, 2016
Ghouls’ Night Out at Heritage Park is perfect for families with little ghouls, aged three to nine, who are looking for a fun, safe night out.
Boo Spektacular | October 28 and 29th, 2016
There’s Double, Double, Toil and Trouble at the Calgary Farmers’ Market this Halloween when families come out for our Spooktacular Events on Friday, October 28th and Saturday, October 29th! Vendor pumpkin carving contest, spooky activities, spooky storytelling, magic show and more for families.
Monster Mash Up | October 29, 2016
Science and Halloween just might be two of our favourite things and on October 29, it’s coming to Telus Spark. Kick off your Halloween festivities by watching live science demonstrations and partaking in interactive activities like pumpkin decorating and a mad science hall where you get to conduct weird and wonderful experiments of your own. Costumes are encouraged so dress up in your best Halloween attire and head to Telus Spark for a frightfully fun time.
Hallow’s Eve in the Village | October 29 and 30th
On October 29th and 30th, watch in amazement as the East Village Neighbourhood Association spooks up East Village with Hallow’s Eve in the Village: Godric’s Hollow. There will be tricks and treats from the wizarding world, along with a collective tent of artisan vendors, food trucks, and a beer garden. Admission is $5 and only 5000 entries are guaranteed each day of the event, so make sure you get down there early.
Family Costume Halloween Party | October 29
Bring out your little ghosts and goblins for a costume party at the Ranch. There will be trick or treating with our vendors, indoor games, Halloween coloring station and an indoor movie theatre complete with popcorn. Watch for a special character appearance that day too.
Haunted Atlas Coal Mine | October 30, 2016
Every Halloween we celebrate Little Boo – spooky family fun across our historic industrial site. Costumes are encouraged but dress for chills. Tickets are $5/person and suited for the entire family.
Triwood Community Haunted House | October 31, 2016
The third annual haunted house will include a scare, and treats for the entire family. It’s the perfect chance to get out and explore the neighbourhood, and admission is only $2.