Top Seven Toronto Halloween Costume Ideas for 2018

Posted by on Oct 29, 2018 in blog

Top Seven Toronto Halloween Costume Ideas for 2018

It’s here! We’ve assembled some of the best meme-worthy and Toronto-centric halloween costume ideas for 2018. Tag us in your insta photos if you give any of these costumes a shot!   1. The D.A.R.E Lion Yes, you heard that right. With the legalization of cannabis on Oct 17th, there’s no better time to whip out that Drug Resistance Education Awareness T-shirt you earned at your D.A.R.E graduation. Paired with a lion tail, mane, and some legal maryjane, your costume is sure to be award-winning. 2. The TTC Dress up as the #TTC and show up to the party on Nov 1st. Apologize for the delay. Photo from reddit. 3. Naked Ripley’s Guy Get buck naked and dress up as #nakedripleysguy. Strategically place a swordfish where you need it the most. 4. Yayoi Kusama Red wig, polka dots, and you’re done. Bring polka dot stickers with you everywhere. 5. Crane Girl Bring a toy crane around with you. climb things. calmly refuse to get down. #cranegirl 6. #KIKIChallenge Bring a cardboard cut out of a car door with you. find a treadmill. Do the #KikiChallenge 7. The Duck (You know the...

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Must See Events for This Halloween

Posted by on Oct 31, 2016 in blog

Must See Events for This Halloween

With Halloween just around the corner, you’re probably ready to get out and see the exciting and frightening events that are taking place in Toronto this year. Here are some of the spook-tacular attractions you won’t want to miss! Halloween Haunt at Canada’s Wonderland Get ready to be spooked at the Halloween Haunt this year as you walk through 6 various scare zones and 9 different mazes. Be prepared to meet up with plague doctors from medieval times and bad clowns that will scare you senseless. When you’ve had enough of a scare you be able to ride on all of the usual rides at the park. This attraction at Canada’s Wonderland is open every weekend until the end of the month. Horror Hallway’s Travel to the 401 Mini Indy to get spooked as you make your way through the pitch black and seemingly never-ending corridors. You’ll also be able to enter the haunted house and the maze – if you dare! This attraction is open weekends until the end of October. The Haunted Walk Get a taste of real life ghost stories as you travel through downtown Toronto and see the most haunted districts in the city. Ghostly experiences await you at the University of Toronto, Black Creek Pioneer Village, the Distillery District or you can take the famous downtown walk. This attraction is open every day until October 31. Legends of Horror at Casa Loma Casa Loma has outdone itself again this year with its presentation of Legends of Horror. Prepare to be frightened as you enter the6 different haunted houses and experience the terrifying mazes and the creepy walks. Casa Loma has spent approximately 1.5 million this year to become the scariest castle in the city. Be prepared to see monsters galore as you take the one-hour tour through this historic site. This attraction is open daily until the end of October. Screemers Head down to Exhibition Place to experience the indoor scream park featuring a maze, a wax museum, a haunted house, a magic show featuring plenty of gore plus much, much more. Expect to scream in fright at this one! This event is open every weekend until October 31. Qode Social hopes you have a frightening and spooky Halloween! If you need any help with your Halloween social media posts, be sure to visit our website at www.qodesocial.com or give us a spooky call today at...

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