Discover your Eastman Adventure: Halloween Fun

This is Halloween! This is Halloween! Who else is ready to get scared and have some Halloween fun? Get into the Halloween spirit, fun adventure, and even haunted, Eastern Manitoba.


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  • Go out with people within your household, but practice social distancing (2 metres away) with other groups.
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3rd Annual Smokin’ Halloween (St. Malo/Online)

Whether you are visiting the community of St. Malo or not, you can enjoy the activities happening at Triple J’s BBQ! If you find yourself needing to warm up on Halloween night, stop by for some treats, coffee, and hot chocolate!

They are also running two online contests! Grab your pumpkins and participate in the Pumpkin Carving Contest! Enter a picture of your spookiest, wackiest, or most creative jack-o’-lantern on the Facebook post and have the chance to win a fifteen-inch pizza of your choice.

Or try your hand at the Like and Share Contest. Like, share and comment about the one Halloween candy you looked most forward to finding in your haul and have a chance to win a sample platter.

A Maze in Corn Haunted Forest (St. Adolphe)

Disclaimer: Masks are mandatory in line and throughout the Haunted Forest trail. No costume allowed

Are you ready for an evening of fright, terror, and creatures lurking? A Maze in Corn’s Haunted Forest has come alive; their monsters are waiting for you if you dare to step foot. Navigate your way out of the forest, dodging the creatures of the night that are coming for you. Prebook your haunted experience and see if you have what it takes to survive the adventure.

While the forest is still spooky, younger children can enter the forest from 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM (during the daytime). The monsters and ghouls seem to be slightly more mellow during these times.


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Deer Meadow Farms’ Halloween Attractions (Springfield)

Disclaimer: Masks are mandatory. No costume allowed

Deer Meadow Farms is ready to give you the scare of your life! Start your terrifying journey on the Haunted Hayride, where it will drop you off at the entrance of the Forbidden Forest.

With fifteen acres, eighteen life-sized and larger than life sets, special effects, and over sixty actors and actresses lurking in the shadows, your nightmare in the Forbidden Forest will haunt you till the end of your days.

While the forbidden forest can be a little . . . extreme for young children, kids can still have some Halloween fun at Deer Meadow Farms. Your child’s favourite storybook and fairytale characters are lost in the Storybook Corn Maze! Trek through the maze and search for the charming characters!


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Drive-in Movie Night (Lac du Bonnet)

Does anyone else miss Drive-in Movies? Well, you can get your fill on October 30! The Lac du Bonnet Sports Arena will be showing two Halloween movies for free – Beetlejuice and Gremlins. Grab your snacks from the canteen and have them delivered right to your car.

At Home Fun

This Halloween, like the rest of 2020, will be different. And it’s understandable if sending your children for Trick or Treating doesn’t seem safe. But that doesn’t mean that the Halloween spirit and fun has to end this year.

Instead of the good fashion Trick or Treating, purchase as much Halloween candy as your family wants and scatter it around the house. Your children will have loads of fun searching for the hidden candy. You can even make it a challenge and turn it into a scavenger hunt with clues.

The best part is since you’re purchasing the candy, you can decide what to buy. Instead of all candy filled with sugar, you can add a few healthier options in the mix. Whether it’s granola bars, fun knickknacks and toys, or even sugar-free gum, adding a few of these options will be great for your kid’s teeth and still be delicious!

Here are a few links to healthy alternatives to Halloween candy.


Healthy Monadnock

Wellness Mama

Bonus: Christmas in the Village Market (Steinbach)

Okay, okay, this one doesn’t have a very Halloweenish vibe to it, but it is happening on October 31 at the Mennonite Heritage Village. Some people are already over the hype of Halloween and well on their way to putting up Christmas decorations. So, this one is for you guys!

Enjoy a hot lunch and a variety of local vendors. It’s never too early to start your Christmas shopping, and at the Christmas in the Village Market, you’ll discover amazing finds to put under the tree.

Not only can you get a head start on your shopping, but you’ll also be supporting an amazing cause. The admission to the market is bringing an unwrapped toy, non-perishable food item, or a cash donation in support of Steinbach & Area Community Christmas.

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