Caledon Public Library Holds Halloween-Themed Party at Caledon East Branch

Written by Patti Foley

Caledon Public Library (CPL) is giving the community a “treat” this Halloween as they hold their first Caledon East Block Party on Saturday, October 26th, 10 am to 2 pm filled with food, family fun and hours of activities and entertainment.

Held at CPL’s Caledon East branch attached to Robert F. Hall Catholic Secondary School at 6500 Old Church Road in Caledon, all ages will find something to enjoy for free including a meet and greet with Chase from Paw Patrol, Emmet from The Lego Movie and Iron Man; Bumbling Bert’s Magic Show & Dance Party; pumpkin painting; scarecrow building; trick-or-treating with local businesses; playing video games and trying out some CPL tech; face painting; giveaways and so much more.

“October is Canadian Library Month and the Caledon East Block Party is the perfect opportunity to celebrate community, libraries and bringing families together”, says Colleen Lipp, CEO and Chief Librarian of Caledon Public Library. “We welcome all to join us on October 26th and have fun with us and your neighbours!”

Sincere thanks go to local businesses who sponsored the event: Automotive Maintenance; Bow Wowz & Meowz Too; Befolded; Brookfield Residential; Caledon Foot Clinic & Orthotics; Caledon Travel; Carusi Hair Salon; Centre for Academic Excellence; CoreSolutions; Express Automotive Parts Ltd.; Foodland; Inner Glow and Independent Maskcara Artist, Timea Edelenyi; It’s Roxies; Pharmasave-Gunter Apothecary; Riverdale Fitness Mill; Cheryl Robb, Royal LePage; Rock Garden Farms and the Stuart Sinclair Team.

For updates on the Caledon East Block Party and its schedule of family-fun activities, visit or follow Caledon Public Library on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

About the author

Patti Foley

Having spent 25 years in Bolton, Patti remains an advocate for Caledon. As a former Regional Councillor and a long-time community volunteer she is passionate about communicating information about its issues, news, events, people, non-profits and businesses.

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