Every holiday this year we’ve had to approach knowing things aren’t going to celebrated as carefree as years prior. The past month has been filled with the uncertainty of whether our kids would be able to dress up in their costumes and fill up their bags with chips and chocolate. The Ontario government has given a green light to the little ones and their parents who want to go door-knocking, but have provided some tips for a safe Halloween:
Stay In Your Area
Parents and kids have been strongly encouraged to stay within their area and not to travel to other neighbourhoods to participate.
Wear a Mask
Costume masks are not masks – both kids and those who are handing out candy are advised to wear a mask under their costume to protect themselves and others.
Stay In Your Bubble
Only trick or treat with family members. Make sure to keep distance from others, that means not congregating on porches, driveways and other areas with others.
For more tips, visit: Ontario Government Website
Whether you don’t feel comfortable taking the little ones out for Trick-or-Treating, or you’re just looking for more ways to celebrate this spooky season, here are a list of October 31st events in Niagara:
Niagara-on-the-Lake Ghost Walk – Niagara on the Lake – 8:00pm
A traditional Ghost Walk of “Canada’s Most Haunted Town”
Featuring stories at the Olde Angel Inn, iconic Courthouse and Prince of Wales Hotel.
Virtual Nailed It Halloween Cake – Online – 2:00pm
Drive-Thru Trick or Treating: Various Locations
Charles Daley Park – more info here
Niagara Regional Native Centre – more info here
Shelburne Centre Dufferin Recreation Complex – more info here
Ridgeway Legion – more info here