• The Steger family has turned over their property to an All Hallow’s Eve display. Stop by 4683 204th St. (From 208th Street, turn onto 46A Avenue and head down to 204th.) The display can be seen 5 to 9 p.m. Oct. 24 to 31. Bring a non-perishable food donation or cash for Sources Langley Food Bank.
• Lenko family Halloween display: 8156 211th St. (The Oct. 13 edition had the incorrect address). The family invites the public to visit anyday 5 to 9 p.m. Oct. 24 to 31. The haunted house portion is open Oct. 22, 28, 29 and 30, 6 to 9 p.m., and 4 to 10 p.m. on Oct. 31. The public is also asked to give to Sources Langley Food Bank.
• Brinkworth Mansion: Brinkworth Mansion is open Oct. 14 to 31 at 22260 48th Ave. People walk through the decorated 3,000 square foot site. Donations are accepted for the Langley Food Bank.
• March Hare performs at the Halloween Howler in Bradner Oct. 29. The show at the Jubilee Hall, 7989 Bradner Rd., starts with dinner at 7 p.m.
March Hare performs tunes ranging from Grease to ZZ Top. Tickets are $30 which includes a buffet. They are at Wilway Lumber, 28728 Fraser Hwy. or at brownpapertickets.com (2604893).
For more information, call 604-856-4375 or go to Facebook.com/jubileehall.
• Boo at the Zoo: The Greater Vancouver Zoo has a haunted house in the Animalasium Oct. 29 to 31 and costume parades Oct. 29 to 30. There’s a spooky night safari Oct. 28, 29 and 30. Kids 12 and younger get in free Oct. 31 when dressed in costume and accompanied by a paying adult. For more, go to gvzoo.com.
• Halloween Spooktacular: Laughing Stock Ranch (laughingstockranch.ca) holds its sixth annual event from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 30 at 24556 32nd Ave. It includes pony rides through haunted trails, bouncy castles, a petting zoo, needle in a haystack, a photo booth, a concession, a silent auction, a craft table for the kids, vendors, and costume contest.
Adults are admitted free with kids’ admission at $10. Proceeds go to the LSR bursary program which has supported the Starfish Backpack program, Semiahmoo House Society, and churches and schools in the Fraser Valley.