Its that time of the year folks! Spooky season has once again made its appearance in the Ryerson campus. So if you are looking for some fun ways to get your spirit on, than we have all your major go-to activities and events in Toronto and within the campus covered right here on SpiritLive.
RU Student Life’s Halloween Contest:
Enter this year’s annual halloween costume contest to earn some amazing prizes from gift cards to discounts from many of your favourite stores.
Watch a Movie at Yonge-Dundas Square Theatres:
What better way to catch up with a group of friends than by getting frightened over the latest released horror movies like the Nun and Halloween.
Dates: October 27th – 30th Location: York Street and Queens Quay West, Toronto ON, M5J 2S2 Ticket prices: $25.00
Halloween at Toronto Island:
Although it is only an hour experience, this boat ride allows you to enter the depths of a real-life murder mystery.
Fort York After Dark: Lantern Tours
What doesn’t scream halloween other than a historic tour of some of Toronto’s supposedly most haunted buildings which includes a lighthouse and burial grounds.
Dates: October 23rd– 27th Times: 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm Location: Fort York National Historic Site, 250 Fort York Blvd Ticket prices: $13.27
Purchase tickets online: https://fortyork.streamintickets.com/purchaseProductSP.aro?sum=Fort+York+Events
Are you in for a frightening experience? Well get ready to call out to the undead in a victorian-style séance with a real medium.
Dates: October 31st Times: 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm Location: Gibson House Museum 5172 Yonge St Ticket prices: $25.00
Purchase tickets online: https://gibsonhousemuseum.streamintickets.com/purchaseProductSP.aro?sum=gibson+house#459099
Eat some delicious treats while carving some pumpkins with friends. All happening on the Ryerson campus and free of cost.
Dates: October 30th Times: 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm Location: RCC 361 Deadline to submit: November 6th
As you can see from the list, the city has lots to offer to anyone willing to make some long lasting memories. So book your tickets before it’s too late and make sure to invite some friends while you’re at it. Have a safe and happy halloween, Ryersonians!