Oc­to­ber 28

The Coast - - EVENTS -

ALL HALLOW’S EVE Ring in the scari­est night of the year with this wrestling smack­down fea­tur­ing Markus Burke, Marko Estrada, Brody Steele and Jack Swag­ger. Spry­field Lions Rink, 111

Drys­dale Road. 7pm, $25 CASK NIGHT AND PUMP­KIN CARV­ING If your Hal­loween plans are more ‘gourmet’ than ‘get lit’, get your­self to Pro­peller for a tast­ing of its cof­fee porter cask, paired with a savoury pie from Hum­ble Pies. The cherry on top is ac­tu­ally a pump­kin, which you get to carve your­self. Pro­peller Brew­ing, 2015 Got­tin­gen Street, 6:30-10pm DOWN­TOWN DART­MOUTH HALLOW

EEN SPOOK­TAC­U­LAR A fam­ily cos­tume pa­rade kicks off this ghoul­ish gath­er­ing, with Mike Cowie and his trum­pet­ing trio leading the way along Port­land Street to the cor­ner of Vic­to­ria Road. At the pa­rade’s end, a park­ing lot party with a bouncy cas­tle, cake, games and more awaits. Ferry Ter­mi­nal Park, Dart­mouth Ferry Ter­mi­nal, 11am-2pm

HAL-CON HAL­LOWEEN PA­RADE Just when you thought the fun of Hal-Con was over for an­other year, the cel­e­bra­tion of sci-fi, comics and fan­tasy rolls out its fifth an­nual Hal­loween pa­rade. Hal­i­fax Cen­tral Li­brary, 5440 Spring Gar­den Road, 8:30am-1:30pm


Fash­ion­able fe­lines from res­cues to pure­breds strut their stuff at this ghoul­ish show that’s also stacked with pur­r­fect ven­dors for all your cat-re­lated needs. Hal­i­fax Fo­rum, 2901 Wind­sor Street, 10am-5pm; Oct 29, 9am-3pm

HAL­LOWEEN COMIC FEST Head to your friendly neigh­bour­hood comic shop for this cos­tumes-en­cour­aged cel­e­bra­tion of all things il­lus­trated! Grab free comics while get­ting in the hol­i­day spirit. Strange Ad­ven­tures, 5110 Prince Street, Mon­ster Comic Lounge, 2089 Got­tin­gen Street and Giant Robot Comics, 114 Wood­lawn Road, Dart­mouth

HAL­LOWEEN FLASH DAY If the night of the liv­ing dead has you feel­ing ex­tra YOLO, throw down for a cus­tom flash tat­too! HFX Tat­too Com­pany, 6191 Young Street, 12-6pm

HAUNT THE DOWN­TOWN Get your trick-or-treat­ing started a lit­tle ear­lier this year with var­i­ous busi­nesses in down­town Hal­i­fax dol­ing out candy to those in cos­tume. 12-3pm

HAR­VEST MOON FESTIVAL A fam­i­lyfriendly spin on Hal­loween (com­plete with trick or treat­ing) awaits. His­toric Prop­er­ties, 1869 Up­per Wa­ter Street, 12-3pm IMPLEMENTING A BA­SIC IN­COME IN NOVA SCO­TIA Guy Stand­ing, Elaine Power, Robin Boad­way, Karen Fos­ter, Wayne MacNaughton and oth­ers dis­cuss the idea of a ba­sic in­come. Free lunch and cof­fee pro­vided. Pot­ter Au­di­to­rium, Rowe Man­age­ment Build­ing, 6100 Uni­ver­sity Av­enue, 9am-4pm

SCI­ENCE, SPIR­ITS & BOOS If Hal­loween has you itch­ing to bust out your in­ner Doc­tor Franken­stein or mad sci­en­tist, rest as­sured that the Dis­cov­ery Cen­tre is on your wave­length: Its adult-only night re­turns for a spe­cial Hal­loween edi­tion with hands-on ex­per­i­ments, eye pop­ping demos and a bumpin’ dance floor. Dis­cov­ery Cen­tre, 1215 Lower Wa­ter Street, 7-11pm

Non- Hal­loween event


HAL­LOWEEN PARTY The fam­ily-friendly fun fest re­turns for its fifth year! Dress up your lit­tles (and your­self) and get ready for all-ages ex­per­i­ments, Hal­loween-themed crafts and more. Dis­cov­ery Cen­tre, 1215 Lower Wa­ter Street, 10am-5pm

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