Pumpkins on Parade 2017




Recycle your pumpkin in style! Residents are invited to drop off their carved pumpkins for all to admire. It's a  spooky and fun way to say goodbye to Halloween, and pumpkins are all recycled and composted.

These pumpkin parades are being hosted in parks across the city on November 1, 2017.

Mimico Pumpkin Parade
November 1, 2017
Bring your Jack-O-Lanterns to light up Mimico Square and Amos Waites Park on Tuesday November 1st beginning at 6pm. Please bring your own lighter and candles. Volunteers will load the pumpkins into bins for composting the following morning.
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Old Town Toronto Halloween Pumpkin Parade
November 1, 2017
Join us on Wednesday, November 1st from 6-7:30pm for our annual Halloween Pumpkin Parade!  Display your creative jack-o-lantern, participate in our drumming circle, mingle with your neighbours and enjoy some free hot chocolate and apple cider (while supplies last!). Free.
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Park Your Pumpkin at Bradley Museum
November 1, 2017
Bring your pumpkin for a last hurrah! Wander the pumpkin lit paths while enjoying music, cider, cookies, family activities and a candle lit tour of the Bradley Museum. Drop off your pumpkin before or bring it with you and stay for the festivities. All pumpkins to be recycled at the end of the evening. Free.
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East York Pumpkin Parade
November 1, 2017
Bring your Jack-o-lantern masterpieces to light up the pathways at the centre. All skill levels welcome. Pumpkins will be disposed of in a responsible manner after the event. Coffee and hot chocolate courtesy of Mary Fragedakis, City of Toronto Councillor Ward 29.
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Pumpkin Party at Gibson House
November 2, 2017
Bring your carved pumpkin to Gibson House Museum to showcase your design. Pumpkins will be lit up and displayed through the evening. The Pumpkin Party will include cooking demonstrations in the historic kitchen, hot apple cider and tastes. Discover what your future holds with a fun Victorian-style divination. Free.
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Here are a few more events to check out:

Cabbagetown Pumpkin Walk 
Riverdale Park West, 375 Sumach St, Toronto
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Centennial Park Pumpkin Parade
Centennial Park Conservatory, 151 Elmcrest Rd., Toronto
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DECA’s Pumpkin Parade
East Lynn Park, 1949 Danforth Ave, Toronto
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Kew Gardens Park Pumpkin Parade
Kew Gardens, 2075 Queen St E, Toronto
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McCormick Park Pumpkin Parade
McCormick Park, 66 Sheridan Ave, Toronto
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Sorauren Park Pumpkin Parade 
Sorauren Park, 50 Wabash Ave, Toronto 
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Trinity Bellwoods Pumpkin Parade
Trinity Bellwoods Park, 790 Queen St W, Toronto
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Know of any other Pumpkin Parades? Share below!

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