Spooky Season has arrived in Centre Wellington

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Monster Month is here and there are many ways to celebrate Halloween in our community while remaining safe and supporting local.

Monster Sightings

In a year with very little normalcy, it has been a welcome sight to see the monsters of Tim Murton’s Twilight Zoo come crawling out for October. These outdoor sculptures can be spotted creeping from around corners and up buildings through Downtown Elora. Take a tour during the day or when they’re lit up at night and see if you can find them all. Download the map for all locations

Step back in time

Why read about ghost stories when you can experience them. Centre Wellington is full of stories that will send chills up your spine. Grab your social bubble or make a special date night and reserve your spot on a ghost walk or tour this month. All tours require pre-registration and are limited to accommodate updated safety measures. See tours for details and to register

Fergus Ghost Walk

Lantern Walk and Guided Tour of the mysteries and histories of one of Canada’s most haunted villages.

Cemetery Walk at the Wellington County Museum

It’s that time of the year where everyone loves hearing scary stories, but real history holds some of the scariest and unnerving stories.

Spirit Walk at the Wellington County Museum

Come to explore and hear the mysterious and fascinating stories of Wellington County and the House of Industry and Refuge by registering for Spirit Walks!

Dangerously Delicious

Looking to add some witchy magic to your meals? Start your day with The Magic maple espresso from The Vault, dare to take a sip from the Ursula cocktail from The Shepherd’s Pub, or see what’s brewing from Scary Stacey’s Cauldron Cocktails at the Elora Mill. Check out your favourite local restaurants and eateries to see what is brewing on their menus this month.

Halloween from Home

This year’s Monster March Parade has gone virtual! Make some ghoulish snacks and tune in with the family on October 24th to see a few of your local friendly monsters marching and cheering for you! Link will be available via monstermonth.ca

If you’re a horror film buff staying in this Halloween, how about curling up on the couch to watch IT (2017) which filmed throughout Ontario including the Elora Quarry!


No matter how you’re celebrating, have a safe and spook-tacular Halloween!

Monster Month is here and there are many ways to celebrate Halloween in our community while remaining safe and supporting local.

Monster Sightings

In a year with very little normalcy, it has been a welcome sight to see the monsters of Tim Murton’s Twilight Zoo come crawling out for October. These outdoor sculptures can be spotted creeping from around corners and up buildings through Downtown Elora. Take a tour during the day or when they’re lit up at night and see if you can find them all. Download the map for all locations

Step back in time

Why read about ghost stories when you can experience them. Centre Wellington is full of stories that will send chills up your spine. Grab your social bubble or make a special date night and reserve your spot on a ghost walk or tour this month. All tours require pre-registration and are limited to accommodate updated safety measures. See tours for details and to register

Fergus Ghost Walk

Lantern Walk and Guided Tour of the mysteries and histories of one of Canada’s most haunted villages.

Cemetery Walk at the Wellington County Museum

It’s that time of the year where everyone loves hearing scary stories, but real history holds some of the scariest and unnerving stories.

Spirit Walk at the Wellington County Museum

Come to explore and hear the mysterious and fascinating stories of Wellington County and the House of Industry and Refuge by registering for Spirit Walks!

Dangerously Delicious

Looking to add some witchy magic to your meals? Start your day with The Magic maple espresso from The Vault, dare to take a sip from the Ursula cocktail from The Shepherd’s Pub, or see what’s brewing from Scary Stacey’s Cauldron Cocktails at the Elora Mill. Check out your favourite local restaurants and eateries to see what is brewing on their menus this month.

Halloween from Home

This year’s Monster March Parade has gone virtual! Make some ghoulish snacks and tune in with the family on October 24th to see a few of your local friendly monsters marching and cheering for you! Link will be available via monstermonth.ca

If you’re a horror film buff staying in this Halloween, how about curling up on the couch to watch IT (2017) which filmed throughout Ontario including the Elora Quarry!


No matter how you’re celebrating, have a safe and spook-tacular Halloween!