Edmonton Halloween Events and Activities for Babies and Toddlers

Indoor Trick or Treating | October 31 
Hit up one of the local malls. The treats are small and toddler-friendly, and you’re indoors for infants and toddlers that can trick or treat while being pushed around a stroller, or walking around in a warm and safe environment. At Sherwood Park Mall, there’s even a photo booth – you’re going to find the full list of indoor places to trick or treat, here.

Baby Can Boogie: Halloween Dance Party | October 29
Get your monster mash on and bust out your Thriller dance this Halloweekend at Baby Can Boogie!
We had so much fun boogying on Mother’s Day that we are back at it! This time around, Baby Can Boogie is excited to welcome Drag Queen Story Time to kick off the event at 2pm, featuring the fierce, fun and friendly queens of this past Pride’s story time event!

Mudpie Halloween Bash | October 28
A spooktacular time with an illusion and magic show from the Joe Show, tickets include a fun inflatable obstacle course, pizza, games, crafts and drinks! Tickets are $40 for 2 adults, 2 kids. (Baby friendly)

Mini Monster Bash | October 28
The City of Spruce Grove, the Town of Stony Plain and Parkland County are pleased to present the annual Mini Monster Bash! Join us for a variety of spooktacular Halloween activities designed for mini monsters and their families.

Halloween at Martin Deerline | October 31
Stop by your local Martin Deerline during regular business hours in your Halloween costume and get a FREE toy Gator. It’s nice and warm for the kiddos, and you can celebrate without toddlers going into sugar overload.

Intergenerational Trick or Treating | October 31
Share the joy of Halloween and show off your little one’s costume as you trick or treat with the seniors of Chateau Mission Court. Experience the intergenerational connections you and your child will make. All ages welcome! This is a free event and no registration is required. Show up any time between 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. in costume with a bucket or bag for collecting treats from our grandparent friends.

Photo: the house that lars built

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