Laity Pumpkin Patch is separated into North and South portions, each with its focus and admission. Both pumpkin patches open between October 1st to October 31st and are filled with fun activities for kids. The Laity Pumpkin Patch North is for younger kids, and the Laity Pumpkin Patch South is for older kids. These two pumpkin patches are located in Maple Ridge. Today, we will talk about Laity Pumpkin Patch North, just off 128 Avenue.
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Due to the pandemic, economics, or reasons we can't even start to suspect, you may have noticed that there are not a lot of Halloween decorations this year. We drove around multiple neighbourhoods the past few weeks and even went to the Halloween destination, Trinity Street, only to find scattered Halloween-decorated houses throughout the city.
Every year, between October 1st to October 31st, Richmond Country Farms host the popular seasonal attraction, The Pumpkin Patch. This event attracts kids of all ages. What sets Richmond Country Farms apart from any other farms in the Metro Vancouver area is having both the tractor hay ride and a train ride in one location. Needless to say, that in itself is a huge bonus for little train lovers aside from the pumpkin patch itself. Richmond Country Farms is divided into 4 large areas, the front area before the tractor hay ride, the market, the winery, and the huge farm area where the tractor ride takes us.
Burnaby Village Museum is once again hosting Eerie Illusions in 2022 from October 20 to October 30th between 5:30 PM - 10:30 PM. Similarly to its Christmas light show counterpart, this event transforms Burnaby Village museum into a world of wonder with a Halloween-themed display and live performances.
Pumpkin After Dark is coming to Burnaby for the first time in 2022. This Canada's award-winning outdoor Halloween event features 6000+ carved pumpkins. Like the light shows during Christmas, this Halloween-themed light show features pathways filled with carved pumpkin displays. This is a time-limited event that runs from September 22nd to October 31st, located in Swangard Stadium & Central Park in Burnaby.