This year Celebration Square welcomes monsters of all ages to join in the Halloween fun. Starting October 22 through to October 31, Celebration Square will bring three popular Halloween inspired stories to life. Dress up in your monster tails to explore some of our favourite monster tales:
Monsters 101 by Cale Atkinson
The Barnabus Project by the Fan Brothers
Bob's Hungry Ghost by Genevieve Cote
Visitors will be transported into each imaginative story through larger-than-life illustrated story walks and immersive photo ops. While onsite, be sure to check out the onscreen story-times hosted by Children's Programmers from Mississauga Library, and participate in one of three scavenger hunts at the Square.
Visit on October 31 when authors will share their stories and answer questions from little monsters on the big screens.
Storybook images & text provided with permission from Tundra Books
Starting October 22, little monsters can participate in three book-themed scavenger hunts onsite! Scavenger hunt information and clues will be available at the Square, or using the Goose Chase app.
Post a pic of yourself at Monster Tales, and tag @tundrabooks and @mcsevents using#monstertalesto enter. Three lucky ghosts or ghouls will win a book package courtesy of Tundra Books
GooseChase Privacy Notice: Personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, 2001 and the City's Policy 08-05-01. The personal information will be used for the administration of the scavenger hunt program, including account creation, marketing, communication and usage analytics. Questions about how the City is using, collecting or retaining your personal information can be directed to the Events Coordinator, Celebration Square, Mississauga Central Library 3rd Floor, 301 Burnhamthorpe Rd W, Mississauga, ON L5B 3Y3. Telephone 905-615-3200 ext.4912.
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This year Celebration Square welcomes monsters of all ages to join in the Halloween fun. Starting October 22 through to October 31, Celebration Square will bring three popular Halloween inspired stories to life. Dress up in your monster tails to explore some of our favourite monster tales.
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