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Design the Halloween Mask Contest: WINNERS
Posted: Oct 15, 2020

Our judges have deliberated and we’re excited to announce the winners of our Design the Halloween Mask Contest!

Our 3 Grand Prize winners will receive a custom mask with their design from Branded Burlington PLUS a downtown prize pack from A Different Drummer Books, La Crème de la Crème Creamery, MollyCake, and Lola Choco Bar. 2 Runner Up Winners will also be selected and receive a custom mask with their design!

HUGE CONGRATS TO:

JK-Grade 2 Grand Prize Winner: Evie Shamoun, Grade 1, Central, Mrs. Hammel

JK-Grade 2 Runner Up: Victoria, Grade 2, Central, Mrs. Flynn

Grade 3-4 Grand Prize Winner: Melody, Grade 4, Ryerson Mrs. Gannon

Grade 3-4 Runner Up: Austin, Grade 4, Ryerson Mrs. Gannon

Grade 5-6 Grand Prize Winner: Jaiya, Grade 5, Virtual Elementary West, Mr. Fitzsimmons

Grade 5-6 Runner Up: Taylor, Grade 6, John T. Tuck, Mr. Else

About the Contest (Contest now closed)

Traditionally, Burlington Downtown holds a ‘Design a Treat Bag’ contest for our Treats in our Streets event. Sadly, our popular trick or treating event Treats in our Streets will not be happening this year. Sorry to our goblins, princesses, ghouls, ghosts and monsters … please stay safe while haunting in your own backyards this year. BUT WAIT!!! We consulted our Ouija boards, stirred our cauldrons and came up with a HAUNTINGLY good contest for the kids who would normally help us design our Treats in our Streets totes!

Download the mask template below and have your little goblin colour in their design and submit to events@burlingtondowntown.ca by Monday, October 26th, 2020.

 

This contest is open to Burlington students from JK- grade 6.

Good luck and Happy Halloween!

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