Camp Celebration Scare

Camp Celebration Scare

Trick-or-treaters beware, you'll have a monstrous amount of fun at Camp Celebration Scare presented by Hershey!

Join us as we transform your favourite Square in the city into a forest filled with adventure. Entertainment includes:

  • Live shows by the Great Canadian Lumberjacks at 12:30 pm & 2 pm
  • Explore the twists and turns of the Lost Woods Maze
  • Take in spooky stories around the campfire
  • Trick-or-Treating through the Square
  • Ride on wild animals along Trick-or-Treat Trail
  • Enjoy face painting and roaming entertainment from a giant owl to balloon shows
  • Get creative at the colouring station or play with giant building blocks
  • Check out a real life fire truck and your favourite neighbourhood super heroes, Mississauga Fire

No need to pack your overnight bag, a bag for trick-or-treating and a costume is all you'll need.

Saturday, October 28, 2017 - 12:00pm to 3:00pm
Free Event
Contact Us
For more Information Contact:
311 or if outside city limits 905-615-4311

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