HALLOWEEN IN THE LEDUC REGION

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Halloween-themed events, the best neighborhood for trick-or-treating, and more!

Although Halloween may look a bit different this year, there’s still plenty of ways for you to have a scary good time. Regardless of if you’re going out or staying in, we’ve got ideas to ensure your festivities are fun, safe, and just the right amount of spooky.

So – eat, drink, and be scary! Keep reading to learn how you can make the most out of Halloween in the Leduc Region…

***Leave the terror to monsters and evil clowns – not the COVID-19 pandemic – as you celebrate All Hallows Eve this year. Check out these Halloween safety tips from Alberta Health Services for guidelines on trick-or-treating, handing out candy, and spooky celebrations.

Happy Halloween!
Fun frights at Nurfageddon’s Halloween Haunted House

Calling all ghoulish guests – Nurfageddon is turning into a haunted house on October 31! Complete with lights, props, actors, holographs, and hidden speakers, this haunted house is going to be the real deal. Looking for the family-friendly version? Come between the hours of 6:00 – 7:00 PM. Want an extra scary experience? Older audiences are encouraged to come between 7:30 – 8:30 PM.

Click HERE to guarantee your spot by purchasing tickets in advance! Note that tickets will be limited to keep occupancy numbers in line with AHS regulations & guidelines, so book soon!

Nurfageddon Halloween Haunted House
The best neighborhood in the Leduc Region for trick-or-treating is…

We’ve done the research for you, and have come to the conclusion that the best neighborhood for trick-or-treating may be in Suntree, Leduc. Here’s why – there’s a giant haunted house at 92 Snowbird Crescent! Last year alone this hidden gem saw over 1,500 trick-or-treaters. Note that donations will be collected for the Leduc Hub Association – please come with a minimum $5 donation (for a family of up to 5) OR a food/clothing donation (bottled water, soup, hats, scarves, socks, etc).

The best part? The haunted house will even be open for more than one night! Check it out for yourself during the week of Halloween!
> Tuesday-Thursday: 6-9 PM
> Friday: 6-10 PM
> Saturday: 4-10 PM

Haunted House in Leduc – 92 Snowbird Crescent
Halloween Party at the Canadian BOO-house

We don’t need an excuse to visit the Canadian Brewhouse in Leduc, but we’re especially excited for their Halloween Party on October 31! Make sure to come dressed in your spookiest outfit, because there’s a costume contest with cash prizes! Halloween fun + food & drink specials + a chance to win $500? Count us in.

Click HERE to learn more about the event.

Halloween Party at the Canadian BOO-house
Halloween Fun on the Farm

The Loving Community of Pigtopia is hosting a family-friendly event for kids of all ages on October 31! Enjoy Halloween games, dancing, and a costume contest from 5:00 – 9:00 PM; all kids will leave with a pre-packaged candy bag.

Click HERE to learn more and purchase tickets through Eventbrite! If you’re wondering what The Loving Community of Pigtopia is, it’s a fun family farm located just west of Millet in Leduc County – find them at 48052, Range Road 262.

Halloween Party at Pigtopia
Halloween at Home Activities

Even if you’re staying at home this Halloween, that doesn’t mean you can’t have some fun. Check out these Halloween at Home resources from the Town of Devon if you’re looking for fun ideas of things to do:
> Halloween Magic at Home (themed activity ideas)
> Halloween Decoration Scavenger Hunt
> Halloween DIY Piñata Instructions

Halloween Scavenger Hunt

Halloween is magical – and not just because of the flying ghosts & witches! It’s a time for community, shared kindness, and lighthearted fun. From the Discover Leduc Region team to your family – we wish you a safe and happy Halloween!

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