Pumpkin Parade Comes to Cliffside

Celebrate the first annual Pumpkin Parade in Cliffside

Wednesday, November 1st
Sandown Park
 (50 Natal Avenue)
7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Bring your family, friends, carved pumpkins and tea candles to add to our pumpkin pathway and celebrate this candle lit community event.

Pumpkin parades in Toronto started 15 years ago in Sorauren Park where the day after Halloween, people brought their jack-o-lanterns to the park so that everyone could see all of the great creativity in the area. Now, the event is hosted in 35 parks across the city where thousands of pumpkins are on display every November 1st.

Pumpkin parades provide an opportunity for people from the neighbourhood to see all of the great artwork and creativity that goes with carving Jackolanterns, in a single location, without having to wear costumes or hand out candy.

People who have invested time and money into carving jackolanterns now have a great second event where their artwork can and will be appreciated.

The City supports these community events and supplies a centralized green bin in the park for collections.

Thank you to the hard-working, dedicated volunteers of the Scarborough Bluffs Community Association who have brought this event to our community.

For more information visit to scarboroughbluffs.ca