Oc­to­ber 26

The Coast - - EVENTS -

DE­TOX HALLOQUEEN TOUR RuPaul’s

Drag Race alum De­tox graces you with her high-fash­ion pres­ence for this can’tmiss Hal­loween-themed show. The ticket price might feel steep, but it isn’t ev­ery day roy­alty comes to town. Paci­fico, Mar­itime Cen­tre, 1505 Bar­ring­ton Street, Oct 26, 9pm-2am, $37.50 FEAR THE DARK­NESS HAUNTED HOUSE: FI­NAL WEEK­END Spook your­self silly at this epic haunted house that draws crowds from miles around. Pro tip? Ar­rive early or you’ll face a fright­en­ingly long line. Alder­ney Land­ing, 2 Ochter­loney Street, Dart­mouth, to Oct 31, 6:30pm, $12 GREAT PUMP­KIN PATCH: FI­NAL

WEEK­END Peanuts favourite Li­nus al­ways says: “There are three things I have learned never to dis­cuss with peo­ple: re­li­gion, pol­i­tics and the Great Pump­kin.” Break his golden rule at this dis­play fea­tur­ing over 30 of the orange squashes, carved by gourmets from NSCAD and NSCC. His­toric Prop­er­ties, 1869 Up­per Wa­ter Street, to Oct 31 HAL­I­FAX CI­TADEL GHOST TOUR : FI­NAL WEEK­END See photo. Hal­i­fax Ci­tadel Na­tional His­toric Site, 5425 Sackville Street, 8:30pm HOS­PI­TAL OF HOR­RORS VR EX­PE­RI­ENCE Feel like an ex­tra in Pretty Lit­tle Liars as you ex­plore a (vir­tual) haunted hos­pi­tal Way­point Gamery prom­ises is more ter­ri­fy­ing than any reg­u­lar ol’ haunted house could be. Book a skin-crawl­ing 30-minute ses­sion at way­pointgamery.com. Mic Mac Mall, 21 Mic­mac Boule­vard, Dart­mouth, to Oct 31 MOR­BID CURIOSITIES: DIS­COV­ER­ING THE PE­CU­LIAR AND UNFAMILIAR An ex­plo­ration into Vic­to­rian-era mourn­ing prac­tices sees the Her­itage Mu­seum lean into some timely old-house-on-the-hill vibes, lin­ing up creepy dolls for you to gawk at. Dart­mouth Her­itage Mu­seum, 26 New­cas­tle Drive, Dart­mouth, To Nov 18 PHAN­TOM’S FREAKSHOW HAUNTED HOUSE: FI­NAL WEEK­END Phan­tom’s Freakshow is the haunted house of your night­mares, com­plete with Pen­ny­wis­es­tyle clowns and a corn maze. 10317 Nova Sco­tia Trunk 1, Wolfville To Oct 27, 7-10pm; Oct 28, 1-5pm & 6:30-10pm; Oct 29, 1-5pm; Oct 30, 7-9pm THE QUEST FOR EN­VI­RON­MEN­TAL JUS­TICE FOR ALL: WHY RACE AND PLACE STILL MAT­TER Robert Bullard and The En­rich Project ex­plain what en­vi­ron­men­tal racism and how to push back against it. On­daatje Hall, Mar­ion McCain Build­ing, Dal­housie Uni­ver­sity, 6135 Uni­ver­sity, 7pm, free THE WALRUS TALKS SO­CIAL IM­PACT This na­tional lec­ture se­ries dis­cusses chang­ing the world with vi­sion­ar­ies, part­ners, and great ideas. Spatz Theatre, 1855 Trol­lope Street, 7pm, $15

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