6 Free Halloween Events for Kids around Toronto – 2017

Halloween Events for Kids

The season of Ghosts, Goblins and everything Pumpkin is upon us and there are many Spooktacular events to attend with kids. Time to decorate the house inside and out for another frightening Halloween. Since we live in a building we don’t hand out candy but my husband and I do dress up and take our daughter around the neighbourhood. This year my daughter will be Elsa from Frozen, I will be a cat and my husband will be some sort of monster.  Below is a list of free Halloween events … Continue reading

Popsicle Stick Monsters – Halloween Crafting with Kids

Over the past few months, my husband has joined in on creating projects out of popsicle sticks.  He has made numerous items for our daughter’s Barbies and he even created a guitar. Since fall is just around the corner and our daughter loves to decorate for all holidays, he decided to do some popsicle stick monsters for with our daughter. Our daughter scares easy and sometimes will have nightmares. We have been trying to find fun things to do or create that will show her that these monsters are not … Continue reading

Haunted Ontario – Spooked by Ghosts

Haunted-in-Ontario

Halloween is just around the corner, what would be more fun than checking out a real haunted house or building near you in Haunted Ontario spots. Have you ever seen a ghost or visited a place that is known to have ghosts or spirits? While I haven’t been to any spooky places, I have heard ghosts, whispering in the night, at a house that I was told had spirits. While I was a bit skeptical about sleeping in a house that possibly has some sort of spirit floating around, never … Continue reading

Halloween Web Wreath

Web Wreath

This Halloween I decided to go with a spider theme, not sure why, since I don’t like spiders. When there are spiders, there are usually webs. Deciding to make a web wreath to go with the spiders created last week, was the perfect choice. I have a bin full of yarn and a cupboard full of supplies that I want to use up before replenishing my supplies. I have decided to begin some weekly projects, to do just that, starting with the yarn. Oh and I volunteered my husband to … Continue reading

Halloween

Halloween

Each year on October 31, we dress up as superheroes, ghosts, witches or wizards and head out the door collecting candies. As a child, we would go to parties, bob for apples, carve pumpkins and tell scary stories. It was a night to scare people with Halloween scenes throughout the yards in the neighbourhood, with the possibility of someone jumping out to frighten us as we walked by. Now as an adult, I share the Halloween traditions with my daughter. She has been trick or treating since she was one, … Continue reading