Four Excellent Halloween Events in Calgary
It’s that time of year again, Halloween is here. Calgary is celebrating this spooky month of October by putting on special events. Enjoy festivals, fall food, and a spooky movie screening at these area locations.
Dark Beer, Spooky Spirits and Bloody Wine Festival - 10801 Bonaventure Drive S.E., Calgary
This October 30th you won’t want to miss the Dark Beer, Spooky Spirits and Bloody Wine Festival at Willow Park Wines & Spirits. It costs $40 to attend and will include blood red wines, creepy cocktails specially made for this event, and darks beers from around the world. They are encouraging folks to dress in their best costumes to try to win a prize. The event will start at 7pm.
Ghosts and Gourmet - 1900 Heritage Drive S.W. , Calgary
Heritage Park will be an exciting place to be this season. From October 29th through October 31st, you’ll want to be at Ghosts and Gourmet from 6pm-9:30pm. The haunted historical park will be offering a guided Halloween tour in the dark after serving a three-course meal of fall flavours at the Wainwright Hotel. It’s $64.95 per person and is sure to be a delicious and spooky fun time.
Great Halloween Organ Spooktacular - 506 4th Street S.W., Calgary
The Knox United Church will be playing eerie music for the Great Halloween Organ Spooktacular this Halloween. Forget the trick-or-treating and dress in your costume for this exciting event. It’s at 7:30pm on Halloweens night and only costs $15 a person. They’ll be playing a 1925 version of the Phantom of the Opera. It’s a silent movie that will be set to live organ music played by famous organist David Baskeyfield.
Cooking up a Murder - 15979 Bow Bottom Trail S.E., Calgary
On October 30th, come out to the Bow Valley Ranche Restaurant for a three-course meal while enjoying the Halloween-themed show “Cooking Up a Murder.” Afterwards they’ll have ghost stories and they recommend wearing costumes. The event is $100 and lasts from 6pm-10:30pm.
You won’t want to miss these spooky, one-time events this October in Calgary.Posted by Justin Havre on