Frightful, ghostly events lined up in Mississauga for Halloween

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Are you looking to add a little fun to your Halloween this year? The City of Mississauga has you covered with a number of terrorifically-themed programs, frightful events and ghostly activities that truly celebrate the spirt of Halloween. From scary movies, mysterious tree plantings, eerie cemetery tours, sinister skates and bike rides, there are a ton of ways to celebrate this hauntingly bootiful occasion all month long in Mississauga.

THIS WAY TO SPOOKYTOWN: LIST OF UPCOMING EVENTS

ALL OF OCTOBER TO NOVEMBER 20

Museums: Event details – Culture.mississauga.ca/museums
• Death Becomes Us: Expressions of Loss and Mourning
Delve into the spooky, sombre, and spiritual aspects of death.
Bradley Museum – 1620 Orr Rd.
Benares Historic House – 1507 Clarkson Rd. N.
All Ages
General Admission
Wednesday to Sunday Noon to 4 p.m.

Museums: Event details – Culture.mississauga.ca/museums
• The House of the Devil (1896): The Film that Launched the Horror Genre
This film by Georges Méliès is considered to be the first silent horror film and runs only three minutes.
Benares Visitor Centre –1507 Clarkson Rd. N.
All Ages
Free
Wednesday to Sunday Noon to 4 p.m
.

Museums: Event details – Culture.mississauga.ca/museums
• Before I Die: Community Activated Public Art Chalkboard Wall
Before I Die is a global art project that invites people to reflect on their lives and share their personal aspirations in public spaces, started by Candy Chang.
Bradley Museum – 1620 Orr Rd.
All Ages
Free
Wednesday to Sunday Noon to 4 p.m.

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