Hallowe’en Downtown

Wholesome Halloween and Other Shenanigans

For some, Halloween is a time for ghosts and goblins, and getting spooked. For others, it can mean an excuse to dress up and party. No matter what the reason, Halloween offers something for the youngest of kids to the rowdiest of teens. As for grown-ups, there may just be a few things around the city that does not include chaperoning duties.

Starting Sunday October 23rd right up to Halloween, Central City Shopping Centre will be teaming up with SuperChefs of the Universe for a slew of fun and educational events. Combat the evil Onion Ring Gang inside The Fun and Friendly Haunted House ($5 admission) and collect yummy and healthy treats along the way. Before you gobble up all those goodies, fight cavities by trading in an old toothbrush for a new one with the local Tooth Fairy.

On October 29th and 30th, Superchefs will host live cooking demonstrations and circus performances also at Central City in front of Tim Horton’s. And of course, on Halloween night, children can trick-or-treat inside the mall as retailers will be handing out healthy treats and prizes between 4:00pm and 6:00pm. For more information on Central City events, call 604.587.7773 or http://www.centralcity.ca/whats-new/ or view information here Newspaper-fullpg-SuperChefs

 For all the music lovers in town who are of age, party hop between Amber Jack’s Tap House and Central City Brewing Company because both will be hosting Halloween parties on the weekend of October 29th, 2011. Amber Jack’s, located inside the Compass Point Inn, will be hosting an amazing party with tunes all night long from their live band.

Central City Brewing, located by Central City Shopping Centre, will be hosting a Halloween costume party featuring live performances by The Phil Dickson Band and dancer and all around entertainer, Spandy Andy. Drink specials will be available all night, and there will be no cover. Be sure to don your scariest or most creative costume because there will be prizes for best costumes of the evening. For more information, visit www.centralcitybrewing.com

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