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RIVERSIDE C’MON SUNDAYS: HOWL-O-WEEN Mini Fest
October 29, 2023 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Come join us and discover the vibrant community spirit of Toronto’s Riverside Common Park through our exciting selection of Sunday events, held from spring to winter. There’s something for everyone, with live music, engaging activities, creative art workshops, delicious eats, and locally-owned small businesses to explore.
WHAT’S HAPPENING @ RIVERSIDE COMMON ON OCTOBER 29TH:
Get your costumes ready for the spook-tacular second annual Riverside HOWL-O-WEEN mini fest on October 29th from 11-4 at Riverside Common Park! Prepare for a bunch of fang-tastic fun presented by the Riverside BIA, including:
*Pumpkin patch – grab and glam your pumpkins (limited quantities available!)
*Live Halloween-themed music to groove those spooky feet!
*Trick-or-treat your brain in our Quiz Game for prizes!
*Halloween Treats – candy that’ll cast a delicious spell (limited quantities available!)
*Get your face spook-tacular with wicked painting!
*Cotton Candy – for a sweet treat!
*More surprises await!
*Please make sure to reserve your free timed ticket slot to participate in the Halloween activities! Please note that we cannot guarantee free items as quantities are limited.
MORE ABOUT RIVERSIDE BIA AND 2023 EVENTS @ RIVERSIDE COMMON PARK
The Riverside BIA, established in 1980, is one of Canada’s first BIAs, located along Queen Street East between the Queen Street Viaduct to just past De Grassi Street. Rich in history, green spaces and public art, the BIA includes over 100 unique eateries, retails shops, boutiques and a range of professional services.
Riverside Common Park is located at 657 Queen Street East and was officially opened in October 2021. The Riverside BIA and community collaborators are working together to bring in regular activations to this new community space in 2023. It’s all part of welcoming everyone to enjoy what our local business district and neighbourhood has to offer! More at riverside-to.com/riverside-common-events and on Instagram @riverside_bia
The Riverside C’MON community events series has been funded by the City of Toronto’s Transit Expansion Construction Mitigation Grant Program, as part of Government of Canada support through the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario.