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Gourd times in Brampton this fall

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Published on October 09, 2018 with No Comments

Fall has arrived and with it returns a lineup of free, festive activities for the whole
family to enjoy.
Fan favourite “Fright Nights” are back starting Sunday, October 14. Enjoy themed crafts for kids,
music, swimming, skating, and more ‘spooctacular’ activities. No registration is required to attend.
Admission to swim and skate (where applicable) is free with the donation of a non-perishable food item (one per person). All activities take place from 6 to 9 pm.
To cap off the season, the 10th annual Great Pumpkin Party will take place November 1, 2018.
See below for a full event listing:
Fright Nights:
Sunday, October 14
Greenbriar Recreation Centre
 Bonfire and wagon rides
 Face painting
 Haunted Skate
Friday, October 19
Century Gardens Recreation Centre
 Pumpkin decorating
 Air brush/face painting
 Bonfire and wagon rides
Saturday, October 20
Loafer’s Lake Recreation Centre
 Pumpkin decorating
 Bonfire and wagon rides
 Face painting
Friday, October 26
Gore Meadows Community Centre
 Haunted wagon ride
 Swamp Swim
 Zombie Zumba
Professor’s Lake Recreation Centre
 Geocaching in the dark
 Spooky photo booth
 Haunted wagon rides

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The Great Pumpkin Party:
Thursday, November 1
Garden Square, Downtown Brampton
6 – 8 pm
 Live entertainment by Envirodrum
 Live Glow Performance
 Cookie Decorating
 Airbrush Tattoos
 Roaming Magician
Wear your Halloween costume and bring your pumpkins to be lit up one last time before they’re
composted in the popular Great Pumpkin Smash! Event happens rain or shine.
For more information visit www.brampton.ca
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“There are plenty of opportunities to explore Brampton this fall while enjoying the season’s changing colours. I encourage residents to get out to Fright Nights and the 10th annual Great Pumpkin Party and take part in all the festive fun the City has to offer.”
– Mayor Linda Jeffrey

Brampton is thinking bigger. We are a future ready organization with a sharp focus. We know our community’s growth,youth and diversity set us apart. We sit at the centre of Canada’s innovation super corridor, encouraging investment and growing our global success. We are building vibrant urban centres that ignite opportunity and instill pride in the people who live and work here. We are moving Brampton forward to be a connected city that is innovative, inclusive and bold. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Learn more at www.brampton.ca.

 

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