Sensory Friendly Mornings for kids with neurodiverse or accessibility needs
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.
Throughout our search, one of the best Halloween-decorated house is The Haunted House on Rumble. As many of you may have already suspected, this house is on Rumble Street in Burnaby.
The Haunted House on Rumble has a wide symmetrical façade, with scary figures on each balcony. Although the parked vehicles in front seem a little out of place, the frightening-looking displays are packed in the front yard. Many of the decorations have motion sensors that activate when guests get near.
My 2 year old wasn’t too scared and was intrigued by the moving figures, but older kids may be scared, so please keep that in mind.
The owner of The Haunted House of Rumble is raising money for donations to the BC Children’s Hospital. A cash donation is accepted at the Frankenstein Head at the front door. Alternatively, guests can donate at the hospital’s website directly at www.bcchildrens.ca/donate