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It’s Halloween weekend! How are you spending it?
CHURCH-WELLESLEY VILLAGE HALLOWEEN FESTIVAL. Happening all weekend for parents, kids, and everything in between, drag and leather bazaar, jack-o-lantern carving, and more. Church and Wellesley area. www.churchwellesleyvillage.ca.
HAUNTED STREETS OF DOWNTOWN TORONTO. Guided tour with ghost stories. Oct 21 to 31. www.muddyyorktours.com
HAUNTED ROM. Ghost tours, scary scavenger hunts and you can still go check out the dinosaur bones. Oct 30 to 31. Free w/ admission. Royal Ontario Museum. www.rom.on.ca
GHOSTS, GREASEPAINT AND GALLOWS WALK. Or you can do a haunted tour through St. Lawrence Market with food tastings. Fri Oct 29. 6:30-9 pm. St Lawrence Market.
THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW. Now that Glee has covered it, check out the musical on-stage. Oct 28-30. Lower Ossington Theatre, 100A Ossington. www.lowerossingtontheatre.com.
SCREEMERS. The annual indoor scream park with haunted attractions and rides, creepy creatures, a vampire lounge, oh, and Tiny Tim’s Donuts. Mmmmmm. Queen Elizabeth Building, Exhibition Place. www.screemers.ca.
CHOCOLATE FACTORY HAUNTED HOUSE. Check out the spook-tacular haunted house and get treats…for free. Sounds like a deal. 5:30 pm. Cadbury Gladstone Chocolate Factory, 277 Gladstone.
TORONTO INTERNATIONAL ART FAIR. For something non-Halloween, go check out Canadian and international fine art. Oct 29-Nov 1. Metro Convention Centre. www.tiafair.com.
SAW 3D. Yup, the 7th installment hits theatres this weekend to grab some cash from the Halloween crowd. The films are becoming less and less profitable every year, so the studio is saying this is the last one. Give it 5 years, and I’m sure they will be changing their story. This one has a group of Jigsaw survivors gathering to seek the support of self-help guru and fellow survivor Bobby Dagen. I’m sure that’ll go well. Watch the trailer here: