Entertainment and activities | October 26, 2022
Ready to get spooky, Mississauga? Halloween is around the corner and we know your little ghouls and goblins are ready to celebrate!
As we gear up for October 31, we’ve carved out a list of fun activities and events fit for the entire family to enjoy.
This two-day event takes place at Mississauga Celebration Square and includes free roller skating, a live DJ, Spooky Storytime, a poutine festival partnered with Street Eats and more! Learn more
From historic Halloween crafts and treats to costumes and seasonal foods, enjoy a variety of events at the Bradley Museum and Benares Historic House. Get tickets
Visit the Small Arms Inspection Building for some spooky, creative fun! Admission for this all-ages event is free. Trick-or-treat from vendor booths as you shop, enjoy live music, face painting and more. Costumes are welcome! Learn more
On October 27, listen to a historical police investigation with spine-tingling story-telling that sheds light on a mystery that has baffled law enforcement for over a century: who was Jack the Ripper? This virtual event is geared for older adults and is presented by Credit River Retirement Residence. Learn more
Help Make Trick-or-Treating Accessible for Everyone
As a City, we’re committed to making trick-or-treating more accessible by helping to remove barriers for children with disabilities in our community by supporting the Treat Accessibility initiative. Did you know that 400,000 Canadian kids live with a disability and some aren’t able to participate in trick-or-treating due to barriers, like stairs to your door? Some trick-or-treaters may have difficulties navigating inclines or curving walkways.
On October 31, help make Halloween in Mississauga accessibly-inclusive by placing your trick-or-treating station at a location that is easily accessible to all. Here are a few simple tips you can take to get started:
Create barrier-free access:
Create a safe environment:
Remember, everyone is different. Not everyone can eat candy, so consider handing out non-edible treats such as stickers, pencils, crayons or small toys stored in a bowl, separate from your edible treats. Everyone communicates differently, so remember to be patient and understanding.
More information about this initiative, including a free lawn sign is available at treataccessibly.com.