Ladies and ghouls, it’s October 2018, and that means that Halloween is coming up! Halloween is a scary time of year, and we love every moment of it, which is why we’ve put together a guide to some of the best Halloween events of the year. We’re really excited to show you a top four 2018 Halloween events so let’s get started!
Why: A family-friendly event at the Okanagan YMCA with fun Halloween activities like face-painting, Halloween-themed games, crafts, and more. Free for YMCA members, $10 for adults, $7.50 for children and seniors.
Why: Horrorfest is an independent horror film festival held by the Okanagan Society of Independent Filmmakers to showcase a variety of short films in the horror genre. Anyone prepared to be scared should come!
Why: Wine may appear to be a strange match with pumpkin-carving, but hey; if it works, it works. Drop by at any point between the 3rd and the 31st to sip on wine and carve those pumpkins. You’re going to want to get in early though; supplies of pumpkins are limited.