What do mummies listen to on Halloween? Wrap music!!! Sorry, I had to. Now, jokes aside, as Halloween is surely no laughing matter. Rather, it is spooky and can pack quite the fright.
Speaking of spooky, as I walk around the XO neighborhood, I can’t help but notice ghostly decorations around store fronts and homes. But hey, this is the one time of year eeriness is totally festive! So BOO! I’m right here for it. Really though, it’s hard not to get excited about a time that celebrates all things candy, especially when candy corn is your kryptonite. The very best part- it’s suitable for all ages! That’s right mom and dad, you hereby have permission to dress up.
Where else to spend Halloween than right near your future home, XO Condos? Check out these Halloween events happening by the hood…
Screemers @ Exhibition Place (Better Living Centre)
This event ¬¬prides itself as Toronto’s best haunted attraction, celebrating its 26th year of guests ‘living the fear’! Recommended for children 10+, a $34.95 ticket will get you admission to all 7 haunted mazes and unlimited rides on the Midway of Horrors! On now until November 2nd!
Fort York After Dark @ Fort York National Historic Site
Tour the grounds of Fork York, just east of XO condos and hear tales about the history that surrounds it. Haunted lighthouse visit included! Recommended for children 8+. The cost is $13.50/person, on from October 28th to 31st!
Halloween Party @ The Drake (19+)
Stop by The Drake Hotel on Thursday, October 31st at 9pm for a guaranteed party. Don’t forget to dress up for a chance to win cash prizes! No cover.
That’s a wrap (no pun intended on that one). Happy Halloween to all; be safe and have fun! Remember, it’s always cooler to be the person in the all-out costume than be the person in otherwise normal attire with cat ears.