Hallowe'en Events In The City of North Vancouver 2024

Upper Lonsdale Halloween 2024

Halloween in the City

October 24, 2022   
Join in local events, and have a fun and safe Halloween! Learn more about safety at cnv.org/Halloween.

Great Grand Boulevard Pumpkin Walk

No tricks, just treats here! Join us at the Great Grand Boulevard Pumpkin Walk on Saturday, October 29 between 4 and 7pm. Put on your costume and sip some free hot cocoa while you check out over 200 jack-o-lanterns along Grand Boulevard, carved by City youth. There will be food trucks, live music, performers (including local favourite Adam Woodall), and a ton of family fun! The event takes place rain or shine in Grand Boulevard Park, between 13th and 15th (view on Google Maps).

Halloween at The Shipyards

Join us at the Shipyards for spooky Halloween activities on Sunday, October 30 from 12 to 4pm.Fun-filled activities for families and children such as arts & crafts. Workshops from the Vancouver Circus School will activate The Shipyards Commons.Bring the entire family to watch performances from local student bands and dance troupes. Don't forget to grab a bite to eat from food trucks, and shop the vibrant businesses onsite.

Library Events

Stop by the North Vancouver City Library for Halloween-themed events on several days:

Adopt a Pumpkin with the RCMP

Stop by Stella Jo Dean Plaza on Saturday, October 29, 1-3pm, to adopt a pumpkin, start filling your treat bags, and meet your local police officers and firefighters! Community partners joining the North Vancouver RCMP include Community Policing Volunteers, and the City and District of North Vancouver Fire Rescue. Learn more on the RCMP website.

Goodbye Pumpkin

After Halloween is over, you can either recycle your pumpkin in the Green Can, or come by Fire Hall No.1 on Saturday, November 5, 10am-4pm, for a Pumpkin Drop. Bring a pumpkin and watch it being thrown from the hose tower! The North Vancouver City Firefighters' Charitable Association will be accepting donations for Buddy Check for Jesse, to help destigmatize mental health challenges.

NOTE: information pulled from City of North Vancouver website.