Windsor International Film Fest

The the largest volunteer-run film festival in Canada returns! From October 27 through to November 6, catch films at 3 different downtown Windsor locations. The selections this year are amazing and include a documentary about Willistead Manor, which is the home of the Windsor Craft Beer Festival.


Rocky Horror Picture Show Screening

The Manchester in downtown Windsor is hosting 2 screenings of this iconic movie at 8pm and 11pm. They are encouraging guests to dress up and bring props (no rice), shout at the screens and dance the Time Warp!

There will be spooky cocktails and shots, treats, and creepy decor, all weekend.


Mini Street Food Fare

WindsorEats is hosting a mini Street Food Fare that in addition to our own chef will include Rico Taco, Plant Joy, Salt Sushi, and Zuleeats. Guests can try an variety of fun and tasty offerings, including ramen birria, sushi burritos, and even flights of margaritas.

The event is free to attend as well as pet and family friendly.

Devil’s Masquerade

The Devils Masquerade, an annual Halloween costume party and fundraiser, is back for 2022 with all proceeds going to the Windsor Essex County Humane Society. Held indoors and outdoors at GL Heritage Brewing Company, located at 8728 Howard Avenue in Amherstburg, the fun and entertainment runs from 5 to11pm.

This year, Leave Those Kids Alone will be performing live music from 6 to 9pm. Enjoy the music, roaming buskers, an aerialist, and plenty of tasty treats. Pets are welcome and there will be Best Costume prizes for both humans and furry friends.

Tickets are free for kids aged 13 and under.

Walkerville Halloween Trick or Treat

The Walkerville Business Improvement Association is hosting a trick or treat for kids. Stroll down Wyandotte St. E in Walkerville and go trick-or-treating at participating businesses. Starts at 2pm


Devil’s Night Trivia

Join François Jacques (Mack Flash Entertainment) at The Manchetser for a special Halloween edition of trivia! Featuring questions on everything, from freaky films, to spooky songs, to horrible histories, and everything in-between!

No reservations are needed. Teams must be of 6 or less. There are prizes, spooky drinks specials, and specialty treats. The games start at 7pm.

Trick or Treat The Trail

The Friends of Ojibway Prairie invites you and your family to Trick or Treat the Trail at Ojibway Park on Sunday, Oct. 30 between 1 and 3 p.m. for a family-friendly Halloween Trick or Treat hike at Ojibway Park.

Guests are encouraged to dress up in Halloween costumes to walk the paved trail (fully accessible) for trick or treating and to enjoy a variety of activity stations that blend nature with the spooky season of Halloween. It’s a free event, but registration is encouraged.