Halloween Checklist– Toronto PATH
- October 26, 2017
- Posted In: Blog
Halloween is on the horizon, which means it’s that time of year again to dress up, satisfy your sweet tooth, and get in the spooky-spirit.
From treats and snacks, to costume props and decorations , your Toronto PATH retailers have everything you need to enjoy the most frightening (and fun) day of the year.
Whether you plan on handing out candy to trick-or-treaters, competing in costume contests, or cozying up on the couch to a Halloween movie marathon make sure you have the spookiest home in the neighbourhood with a wide range of frightful decor found right in the PATH! Shoppers Drug Mart, located in Royal Bank Plaza, carries a selection of outdoor and indoor Halloween decorations, including a giant, two-metre furry spider and a larger-than-life light-up pumpkin. Shoppers Drug Mart also carries animated decor, which is sure to give all the ghouls and gals a scare! For other indoor décor items, visit the Halloween Shop at Indigo in Royal Bank Plaza, and pick up its glow-in-the dark monster wall art and more.
You can also find spooky accessories at Papryus, located in MetroCentre, like a ‘magic brew’ cauldron and a light up mystic ball. Add special touches to the front entrance like cotton cobwebs and fake spiders to put the final finishes on your devilish décor.
Halloween revolves around trick-or-treating, so be sure to stock up early on plenty of goodies. Rexall, located in Richmond-Adelaide Centre and MetroCentre, carries a wide assortment of snack size Halloween chocolates, candies, and chips.. If you’d rather prepare your own goodie bags for the trick-or-treaters or as a special gift for friends/coworkers, visit Belly Treats, located in MetroCentre for premium chocolates, candy, and packaged treats.
Hosting a get together? For a fun Halloween-themed beverage, offer guests a ‘Witch’s Bubbly Brew. Simply mix ¼ cup of lime juice with 2 litres of ginger ale and a can of pineapple juice. Double Double Toil and Trouble: For an added touch serve it in a large cauldron and add some plastic eyeballs to the mix. Lime Juice, pineapple juice, and ginger ale can all be found at Market Place in MetroCentre.
Indigo, located in Royal Bank Plaza, carries a variety of Halloween costumes for toddlers and children. including popular characters,cute animals and spooky monsters. If your costume involves a special makeup look, visit MAC Cosmetics in Royal Bank Plaza, where the experts can help you select products to really bring your costume to life. The talented makeup artists at MAC can even work with you to create a custom, one-of-a-kind look.
Don’t forget to pick up something for the little ones to haul their candy in! Indigo and Papryus both carry adorable felt trick-or-treat baskets. You could also go old school and use pillow cases. With the help of your Toronto PATH retailers you’ll have everything you need to “Eat, Drink and Be Scary” on Halloween!