Halloween events around Saanich

20th annual Halloween children’s carnival; Trick-or-treat at Broadmead Village; Halloween goes to the dogs and cats

20th annual Halloween children’s carnival

It’s a milestone year for the North Douglas Pentecostal Church as next Wednesday night they open their doors for the 20th annual Halloween children’s carnival.

The church’s gymnasium will be filled with game booths, candy and refreshments, all supplied to the public by the church.

The theme of the event, which runs from 6 until 8 p.m. is “World Safari” and admission is free, though attendees are encouraged to bring non-perishable donations for the Mustard Seed food bank. North Douglas Pentecostal Church is located at 675 Jolly Pl. Call 250-744-2411 for more information.

Trick-or-treat at Broadmead Village

Broadmead Village will become a bit spookier on Oct. 31.

Shops in Broadmead shopping centre will be giving candy to witches, ghosts, goblins and other scary visitors between 3 and 5:30 pm. on Halloween Day.

Trick-or-treaters can visit stores throughout the centre for Halloween treats.

The shopping centre will also host hot chocolate, treats and music in the breezeway from 3 to 6 pm.

Halloween goes to the dogs and cats

Halloween Alley in the Gorge Road Shopping Centre (2973 Tillicum Rd.) is hosting Wag-O-Ween, a Halloween party for pets.

People are encouraged to dress up their pet, and to dress up themselves for a costume contest.

Email eileenheather1@gmail.com or call 250-381-4030 for $15 tickets. Proceeds go to Turtle Gardens Animal Rescue.

 

 

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