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Halloween, Events

Trick-or-treat, trains, and fireworks: Halloween on the Heights returns to Burnaby

Halloween, Events

Trick-or-treat, trains, and fireworks: Halloween on the Heights returns to Burnaby

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Alex Southey Oct 12, 2017 3:52 pm 744

If Halloween is suddenly creeping closer and you haven’t yet made spooky plans for you and your family, consider this local draw: Halloween on the Heights!

Located in Burnaby, all families are invited for a night of festivities and fun on Hastings Street. Dressing up is a must, and so is eating a lot of candy.

If a breather is necessary after the requisite binge on treats, make your way over to the Burnaby Central Railway for the kid-friendly but spooky “Halloween Trains in the Dark”.

If your young one is able to stick around for a little more, end the night with exciting fireworks – a chance for the family to come together and marvel at the evening they’ve had.

Halloween on the Heights 2017

Where:

  • Trick-or-treating is along Hastings Street in Burnaby
  • Halloween Trains in the Dark at Burnaby Central Railway at Confederation Park – 120 North Willingdon Avenue, Burnaby
  • Fireworks at Gilmore Community School – 50 Gilmore Ave, Burnaby

When: Tuesday, October 31, 2017

  • Trick-or-Treating from 3:30 to 5:30 pm
  • Halloween Trains in the Dark from 6 to 9 pm
  • Halloween Fireworks at 8:15 pm

Tickets: Everything is free except the Halloween Trains in the Dark, which costs only $3.50, and includes food and drink! Costumes are heavily encouraged.


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Alex Southey
Alex is a freelance writer for Daily Hive TO, Creative Screenwriting Magazine, and BeatRoute based in Toronto, Canada. He works as a freelance screenwriter and script editor. In 2016, he graduated from Vancouver Film School for screenwriting. He spends too much time reading old Roger Ebert film reviews, and new Emily Nussbaum articles.

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