Stittsville Pumpkin Parade 2013. Photo by Trevor Eggleton.

Five things to do in Stittsville for Halloween

VISIT A HAUNTED HOUSE
There’s a massive display on Cherry Drive called the Ghoul-Bourn Spook Show. Over 3,000 people are expected to attend from October 29-31.  (That’s not the only scary house in the area: check out some more.)

TAKE PART IN THE PUMPKIN PARADE
The second annual Stittsville Pumpkin Parade is set for 6:00pm-7:30pm at Village Square Park on Saturday, November 1. The day after Halloween, residents are invited to bring their jack-o-lanterns to the park and put them on display.  Last year there were 200 pumpkins. More info here…

GET SOME FREE ICE CREAM
Lois & Frima’s on Stittsville Main are closing out the season with a free ice cream day, from 3:00pm-8:00pm. More info…

VISIT THE HAUNTED HOUSE AT THE GOULBOURN REC CENTRE
The extended pool repair project isn’t the only nightmare at the GRC this week.  A free event organized by Stittsville’s youth featuring face painting, pumpkin painting & cotton candy. More info…

EAT AND DRINK AT A BEER AND FOOD PAIRING (SOLD OUT!)
Stittsville brewery Covered Bridge teams up with Stittsville food truck ‘Wiches Cauldron for a one-night, five-course beer and food pairing.  Includes their new collaboration beer The ‘Wiches Brew, a black IPA with local hops brewed especially for this event. More info…


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