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The 5 Scariest Halloween Events Happening in the Comox Valley, Ep 7 Oct 2015


It's a good year for Halloween fans in the Comox Valley. We've given you our top five here, but there are plenty more. So make sure you check out the last week of October on our calendar page to see all of them.

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Downtown Courtenay's Halloween parade, party and haunted house.

Saturday, October 31st, 2015. Starting at 5th & Duncan to the Lewis Centre. 

Saturday, October 31st, 2015. At The LINC Youth Centre. 

There is A LOT going on in downtown Courtenay this Halloween. A fully fledged spooky street parade and party is really just the tip of the iceberg. There's even a flash mob in store. This is exactly how Halloween should be done! Get all the important details HERE.


Saturday, October 24th till Sunday November 1st, 2015. At Cumberland Museum.

I grew up in a coal town in Australia, and I have to say… this is actually terrifying. Apparitions, voices in the dark … rats... They say kids over 6 are welcome, but I’d bring a change of pants. Click here for the important details.


Cumberland museum Spooky Haunted Coal Mine halloween event.


Woofy's Pet Costume Contest & Photo Shoot.

Sunday, October 25th, 2015. At Comox Mall.

Thank Woofy's Pet Foods for the laugh's you'll have, whether you're a contestant or spectator in this entertaining event. Dress your furry friends for the occasion and bring them along for a photo. Maybe you'll win a prize. HERE's what you need to know.


Saturday, October 31st, 2015. At the Cumberland Hotel.

On Halloween, some people just want to share some drinks, dance to live music, and be a dead person. That’s exactly what you’ll find at Cumberland Pub on the night of the 31st. Live music by Little Big Shot and some …killer… prizes. Need more details? Click here.

Night of the Living Dead at Cumberland Hotel



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