Each year on October 31, Heddington Avenue transforms into a spooky playground, decked out with hand-painted pop-culture decorations and spectacular Halloween displays to support the resident’s annual SickKids fundraiser, Heddington Halloween.
As always, hundreds of costumed visitors will make their way to the decorated neighbourhood, where the entire street is blocked off so no cars are allowed and kids can run free.
Inspired by Barb Gordon, the event is now an official fundraiser in support of the SickKids Foundation.
So get your costume ready, and check out this annual fundraiser Wednesday evening.
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When: October 31
Time: 4 pm to 8 pm
Where: Heddington Avenue, Toronto (near Avenue Road on Eglinton)
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