dressing up as snooki...again...
Smile, the comedy musical satire, is at Norman Rothstein Theatre now until Sunday night. There's a show both tonight and tomorrow night at 8, and then 2pm show tomorrow and Sunday.
See, not so scary unless you fear Muppets (and fyi, both Guy Smiley and Don Music TERRIFIED my sister when she was little - sorry, N!).
Little Spooks & Friendly Ghosts - Saturday, October 29th, 5 to 7pm at VanDusen Botanical Garden (5251 Oak at 37th Avenue)
So...for children aged nine and under, there's: Little Spooks & Friendly Ghosts at VanDusen Botanical Garden by Public Dreams (the same people who created the Trout Lake Lantern Festival and the Parade of Lost Souls).
Little Spooks & Friendly Ghosts is tomorrow night between 5 and 7pm, and includes some gently scary fun.
Play Giant Jenga - a fun game that involves 7-foot tall pieces made from lightweight packing foam, learn to juggle from one of Public Dream's expert circus performers, make your own spooky wind catchers in the Glasshouse...all while Public Dreams characters on stilts characters in spooky costumes wander through the Jack-O'Lantern laden garden.
Little Spooks & Friendly Ghosts is at VanDusen Botanical Garden tomorrow night from 5 to 7 and happens rain or shine, so dress for the weather...and little ones can come in costume to help haunt the Garden.
Chef Mark McEwan - Monday, October 31st at Barbara-Jo's Books to Cooks (1740 West 2nd Avenue) and Tuesday, November 1st at CinCin (1154 Robson)
He's here for two things: on Monday evening at 6 (yes, Halloween night), he's doing a cooking demo and talk at Barbara-Jo's Books to Cooks on West 2nd...
And then Tuesday night at 6:30 p.m., Chef McEwan is hosting a four-course dinner and overseeing the kitchen at CinCin on Robson for a meal inspired by his new recipe book, Fabbrica.