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Celebrate Halloween at our wildly popular FREE trick-or-treating event Treats in our Streets! Families are welcomed by businesses to trick-or-treat in costume throughout the downtown, collecting goodies at participating downtown businesses. Treating stops are highlighted on maps provided, featuring businesses and activities along the way! Our volunteers will also be on the look out for best costume to win a grand prize!
Start your adventure at the Burlington Downtown tent next to Kelly’s Bake Shoppe 401 Brant Street! First 1,500 kids will receive a complimentary treating bags!
START LOCATION – NEXT TO KELLY’S BAKE SHOPPE
- Route map & treating bag pick-up (first 1,500 kids)
- Halton Food 4 Thought
- Stoner & Company Family Law Associates
- Creature Comforts Haunted House
- Burlington Eagles & The Gift of Giving Back Food Drive (**Please bring a non-perishable food item for donation**)
- Instagram Photo Stop!
- Halton Regional Police & Lost Persons Tent
- National Homes Photobooth
- Cogeco Popcorn Giveaway
- Free Face Painting Station
- Ward 2 Treat Tent
- Hula Hoop Mania!
- City of Burlington Imagination Playground & Carnival Games
- Aqua Tots Tent
- Mini Pumpkin Decorating with 4Cats
EMMA’S BACK PORCH PARKING LOT
- Tim Horton’s FREE Hot Chocolate Truck
- Scooby Soccer Game
- Obstacle Course Bouncer
- Burlington Blast Ringette
- Free City of Burlington skate/swim passes from Emma’s!
- Crafts in Emma’s Lodge
- Burlington Blast
THE NAVY LEAGUE – 451 Elizabeth Street
- The Royal Canadian Sea Cadets Iron Duke Haunted House
- Petting Zoo
- Instagram Photo Stop at Styled Lounge
- Disney Princesses!
We’re expecting this free event to be a busy one! In addition to adding more animation all across the downtown (to avoid congestion) we are working with the Halton Regional Police and crossing guards at key intersections. We’re also working with the City of Burlington for increased signage to drivers and reviewing the possibility of removing on-street parking (on Brant Street) to avoid any line-of sight issues and allow for more pedestrian room next to the side walks.