Join Us For Fright Nights!

Fright Nights are FREE family-friendly community events designed to celebrate scary season. Families can enjoy festive activities, entertainment and more! Events run from 6 – 9 pm, and will be offered on weekends at select community centres across the City during the month of October.

Generously sponsored by:​​​

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Date Location Additional Information
Friday, October 13 Professor's Lake Recreation Centre*
*This event is outdoors weather permitting, should this event
be delayed or cancelled this webpage will be updated.​
Friday, October 20 Gore Meadows Community Centre Please see shuttle bus schedule below
Saturday, October 21 Gore Meadows Community Centre​
Please see shuttle bus schedule below
Friday, October 27 Century Gardens Recreation Centre
Saturday, October 28 Century Gardens Recreation Centre

Event Highlights Include:

  • Mad Scientist demonstrations
  • Airbrush tattoos
  • Crafts
  • Festive games and activities
  • Magician
  • Haunted House/Haunted Forest
  • And more!


​​​Food Bank Donations:

All food bank donations collected at Fright Nights events will help support Knights Table’s mission to provide our community with access to food and resources.

Shuttle Bus Information

For your convenience, free shuttle buses are available to Gore Meadows Community Centre for Fright Night events. The shuttle will begin at 5:30 pm and make trips every 15-20 minutes.

Friday, October 20

Parking and pick-up location:
Castlebrook Secondary School

Saturday October 21

Parking and pick-up location:
Castlemore Public School
Castlebrook Secondary School​

​​​​​​Please be advised, the last shuttle will depart Gore Meadows Community Centre at 9:20 pm.

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​​​​​​Treat Accessibly

The City of Brampton is dedicated to identifying opportunities to increase accessibility and a strong sense of belonging for all across its diverse community. Brampton City Council approved an amendment to its Sign By-law to promote barrier-free and accessible ways of trick-or-treating. Brampton homeowners are welcome to place a Treat Accessibly sign on their front lawn to let residents know that if a trick-or-treater has a disability, they can experience Halloween without barriers at their home. Lawn signs can be picked up at Fright Night.

Follow these tips from Treat Accessibly to create a safe environment and provide barrier-free access:

  • Make sure the path to a trick-or-treating area is well-lit.
  • Clear driveways and pathways.
  • Move cars out of the driveway to allow better accessibility for trick-or-treaters.
  • Create a trick-or-treat station at the end of a driveway, out of a garage or a vehicle’s trunk.
  • Refrain from using strobe lights or high-pitched, sudden loud noises.
  • ​Keep pets safe and secure.
For more on Treat Accessibly, visit www.treataccessibly.com​. For more on accessibility at the City, visit www.brampton.ca/accessibility.


View a list of Frequently Asked Questions or visit our Contact Us page to find additional information.​​​