Boo! on Broadway – And Beyond!

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We’re celebrating Halloween all month long in Downtown Orangeville with a Haunted Graveyard and Selfie Contest, Witches Walk Scavenger Hunt, The Great Pumpkin Pop-Up, Live Entertainment, Fall-Themed StoryWalk and more!  Keep reading for all the spooky details!

 

 

Saturday October 23rd

 

Halloween Haunt at the Farmers’ Market

8am-1pm

 Join us to celebrate the last outdoor market of the season!

Wear your costume and pick up a treat bag (while quantities last) at the Market entrance

& vote for your favourite vendor costume!

 

Live Entertainment Outside the Opera House

10am-1pm

 

10am

Local author Carolyn J. Morris will delight our youngest

patrons with a charming telling of her book “Paisley’s Pumpkin”

 

11am-1pm

Shake your bones to rousing musical performances from local favourites:

 Ryan Hancock & Aaron Solomon and Heather Katz & TJ Whitelaw with special guest, Leisa Way

SATURDAY OCTOBER 30TH

The Great Pumpkin Pop-Up

10am-4pm

 Over 45 posh pumpkins and jack-o-lanterns will be on display at downtown businesses.

Cast your vote for a good cause!  The OBIA will donate $1 to the Choices Youth Shelter for every vote cast*

BusinessAddress
A Touch of Class by Mags83Broadway
Aardvark Music & Culture145Broadway
Art with Jada Studio28Mill St. 
Beyond Aesthetics by Angela75Broadway
Black Wolf Smokehouse139Broadway  
Bluebird Cafe & Grill100Broadway  
Blumen on Broadway151Broadway  
Branching Out Support Services5First Street
Carters Professional Corporation211Broadway  
Dragonfly Arts on Broadway189Broadway  
Euphoria Café, Smoothies & Eatery154Broadway  
Flaunt Salon72Broadway  
Foxy Face117Broadway  
Fromage111Broadway
Glasscraft159Broadway  
Go Yoga169Broadway  
Greenhawk Equestrian Sport67Broadway  
Healing Moon on Mill23Mill Street
Henning Salon193Broadway  
Honeybee Apothecary and Spa75Broadway
Iconic Salon and Barbershop14Mill St. 
Johanis Karate School229Broadway  
J’s DIY85Broadway
Kamelyan Your Home Décor165Broadway  
Koros Games113Broadway  
Le Finis125Broadway
Local Home Finder Team, The 232Broadway
Lucky Lime Clinic229Broadway  
Mill Creek Gardens3Little York St.
Mochaberry Coffee 177Broadway  
Moguls in M’Ocean148Broadway  
Mortgage Architects94Broadway  
Natural Choice205Broadway  
Orangeville Public Library1Mill St. 
Pear Home185Broadway  
Pia’s on Broadway177Broadway  
Pottery Parties Studio28Mill St. 
Readers’ Choice151Broadway  
RiverEdge Dental40Broadway  
Salvation Army, The162Broadway  
Satica Cannabis121Broadway
Seconds Count127Broadway  
Son of A Chef Bakery114Broadway  
Sproule’s Emporium153Broadway  
Suite Six172Broadway
Suzanne Gardner Flowers131Broadway
Sylvia Jones, MPP180Broadway
Taphouse Craft Beer & Kitchen34Mill St. 
Theatre Orangeville87Broadway  
UPS Store, The229Broadway
Village Refillery, The28Mill St. 

Witches Walk Scavenger Hunt

10am – 4pm

Wear your Halloween costume and participate in our Witches Walk Scavenger Hunt!

Pick up your answer card from Mill Creek Gardens Café or Sproule’s Emporium (you may also print from our website here)

Find at least 10 wicked and whimsical witches in Downtown storefront windows before trading in your answer card for a treat bag (while quantities last) at Mill Creek Gardens Café!

ALL MONTH LONG!

HAUNTED GRAVEYARD AND SELFIE CONTEST

Take a selfie in Downtown’s haunted graveyard (if you dare!) or strike a pose with your favourite downtown ghoul, post your photo to Facebook or Instagram and tag @downtownorangeville to be entered to win $100 Downtown Dollars!   Bonus entry if you wear your costume or include a furry friend!

We’ll draw one winner each week from October 12th to October 31st!

PAISLEY’S PUMPKIN STORYWALK

The Orangeville Public Library, in partnership with the BIA, invites you to participate in a self-guided StoryWalk along Broadway!

15 storefront windows are showcasing one page from the children’s book: “Paisley’s Pumpkin”, written by local author Carolyn J. Morris.    Begin at the library and enjoy reading the story from start to finish as you make your way up and down Broadway, between First & Second Street.

Maps for participating in the StoryWalk are available to view or print from our website or pick up your copy at the library.

*up to a maximum of $500