Go Trick or Treating in Pemberton this Halloween
The number of days until Halloween are ticking down and kids are already in costume as they anticipate another great candy haul. Children love Halloween, and where better to celebrate then Pemberton? With trick or treating opportunities unlike any other, Pemberton is a great place for your kids to get the full Halloween experience!
Halloween at the Pemberton Museum
Start the festivities off early at the Pemberton Museum's annual Halloween event on Saturday, October 27th. The event is geared for children under 12 and runs from 12 to 3 pm and offers guests hot dogs, hot cocoa, a Spooky School House, Scary Shopkeeper, and a Freaky Scavenger Hunt. Bring your pre-carved Jack-o-Lantern for a chance to win prizes. There will also be prizes for best costume per age group so make sure you get creative!
Trick or Treating in The Glen
Dressing up and going door to door for candy is a tradition that kids have always loved and Pemberton is the perfect spot to do it! There are multiple neighbourhoods in Pemberton that have lively Halloween nights, but none so much as The Glen.
Known formerly as Vinyl Village, The Glen is a trick or treaters heaven. Each street is filled with kids on Halloween as most of the neighbourhood houses give out candy and offer a large number of homes in a short distance. If you're looking for your one stop shop for trick or treating with the little one this year, The Glen is the place.
Fireworks at Signal Hill
After a long hard night of trick or treating on the 31st, you can head to Signal Hill Elementary School for a fireworks show! Bring out the whole family, usually between 8 - 8:30 pm, to enjoy the spectacle with the rest of the community. Fireworks with family and friends are the perfect way to end a Halloween night!
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Adults can get their Halloween on in Whistler at the cult classic Rocky Horror Picture Show On October 28th, 2018, you can join a rowdy Whistler crowd and watch the movie on the big screen with live host actors, costumes, props, and audience participation.
Posted: Wednesday, October 17, 2018