What’s On Oshawa: Halloween Weekend, 2015

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A post-apocalyptic nightmare, a terrifying maze, and haunted cars…

It’s the “All Hallows Eve” Edition of What’s On Oshawa.

Visit Bombshell City, a 600 square foot post-apocalyptic nightmare ready to terrify visitors.  Free to enter, but donations for the Mary Street Public School Breakfast Club (cash, grocery store gift cards, kitchen linens and dish soap), are welcome.  Note that the actor-free tour on November 1 is more appropriate for young children. Dates and Times:  October 30, 2015,  7:30 pm to 9:30 pm, October 31, 2015, 7 pm to 10 pm, November 1, 2015 (no actors) 11 am to 12 pm.  Location:  477 Masson Street.  Cost:  FREE.  

Make your way through the annual Awalt Halloween Haunt maze…if you dare!  Enjoy a good scare for a good cause – donations go to Sick Kids Hospital.  Dates and Times:  October 30 and 31, 2015, after dusk.  Location:  370 Olive Avenue.  Cost:  Donations accepted.

For one night only, Premier Comedy presents the Dark Comedy Special featuring Matt Henry, Rob Mailloux, and Josh Infald, plus there’s a special 2 for 1 ticket offer for students.  Date:  October 30, 2015.  Time:  9 pm to 10:30 pm.  Location:  104 Consumers Drive, Whitby.  Cost:  $20. 

Can a car be haunted?  Find out at the Canadian Automotive Museum’s Annual Spooky Car Tour, and hear scary, scandalous, and surprising stories behind some of the CAM cars.  Date:  October 31, 2015.  Time:  1 pm to 2 pm.  Location:  99 Simcoe Street South.  Cost:  Adults $8, Students/Seniors $6, Children $5.  Reservations required. Call 905-576-1222 to book.  

Beat the post-Halloween blues with a trip back in time at the Oshawa Community Museum’s Sunday FUNday!  Big and little kids can learn how Oshawa’s early residents spun yarn using a drop spindle.  Date:  November 1, 2015.  Time:  12 pm to 4 pm.  Location:  Lakeview Park.  Cost: By donation.  

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