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Halloween returns to Tapleys

20th year for annual family event


Fireworks, treats, and haunted gardens will return to Tapley’s Farm this Halloween, on Tuesday, Oct. 31.

Tapley’s Farm in Whistler Cay will be closed to traffic to provide a safe but spooky Halloween for Whistler kids.

The “park and spook” shuttle will deliver trick or treaters from dusk to 7:30 p.m. from Marketplace to Tapley’s at the bottom of Lorimer Road. Tapley’s residents will shell out candy to over 600 children and local residents will decorate their homes and yards for the annual best decorated house contest. Nesters Market will host a fireworks display, beginning at 7:30 p.m., on Myrtle Philip lower playing fields. Local residents will decorate their homes and yards.

This is the 20 th year Tapley’s will host the Halloween party. It is also the first year that monies for UNICEF will not be raised via hand held orange collection boxes. Instead, Whistler children will raise funds this October toward a Malawi school project.

Donations of candy for distribution on Halloween at Tapley’s can be made at both elementary schools, at Teddy Bear Daycare and Whistler and Spring Creek Children’s Centres.