3 Low-Budget Things To Do For Halloween In Toronto

By: Sacha S.

Let’s face it, high school students are pretty broke in Toronto. We carry a $5 bill in our pocket and wonder, “Should I spend this on the new Popeye’s sandwich or the TTC?” and, “Is there anything in Toronto that I can buy with $5 that is authentic?” Planning your future events on a low budget and handling school stress can be difficult, but wait! What if you erase the stress of budget completely by having those ‘authentic’ moments that are of low cost? Well Forest Hill, if you want to spend the night out in the city with some friends, here are 3 events that you can attend on Halloween.

1. Queen’s Park Ghost Tour

“An evening walk at the University of Toronto’s St. George campus as we tell the stories, myths, and legends surrounding those who haunt the halls of some of Toronto’s oldest buildings. A perfect night out with friends or a way to meet new ones. Get a group together for an evening and ask about our group discounts.”

Location✔️: 100 Queen’s Park, Toronto

2. The Junction Pumpkin Fest

With fall coming our way, you’re probably obsessed with pumpkins. The Pumpkin Fest at the Junction will give you a dose of all things fall, and indulge in your love of autumn throughout the day until later on Halloween evening.

Location✔️: The Junction, 2964 Dundas St W, Toronto

Saturday, October 29th – 1 PM

3. Day of the Dead/Día de Los Muertos Celebration

Day of the Dead is a celebratory holiday to remember the dead. At Evergreen Brickworks you can celebrate Latin American culture with food and music on Halloween. There’s no better way to celebrate dead people than on the scariest night of the year.

Location✔️: 550 Bayview Avenue

Sunday, October 30, 2019. 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

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