As we all know, September is drawing to a close. This puts an end to the anticipation for one of the most cherished, endearing holidays in Canada! I’ll spell it out for you (literally):
To celebrate this gory, creepy holiday, we will have events to bring us in touch with the dark side in all of us.
In addition to our regular pub nights (wednesday nights), the below are the events that will take place, with a brief synopsis of each (I will follow up with a more thorough blog on each closer to the date):
Fright Night at PNE
Do you have a fascination for heart-pounding, gut wrenching movies or experiences?
If so, you can put your courage to the test and see just how brave you can be in the face of flashing lights and scary people (and ghosts) scaring you from behind.
You will witness all the methods of torturous pain that can be inflicted on the human body.
For those who want to forego the spooky haunted houses, there is certainly other activities to satisfy your palette. If you love rides, you will get your fair share of gravity defying roller coasters, pirate ships, etcetera.
Parade of Lost Souls
We will join the parade through the streets of a lavish display of fireworks intended to ward off evil, a crowd of people dancing around a drum, and choreographed acts.
It is basically a celebration of all those passed away, as well as a tribute to the Halloween holiday itself.
For more information, refer to the blog: Parade of the Soul