With Halloween fast approaching, we'd like to remind residents how to celebrate the spookiest time of the year safely and provide some fun virtual options to share your Halloween Spirit!

Join in the FREE skates and all of the virtual Halloween inspired contests! #PelhamHalloween

πŸŽƒ Pumpkin Carving Contest!

Pumpkin Carving Contest

Fun for all ages! Show off your Halloween Spirit by carving your pumpkins and sharing with the Town.


Submit your creations through the entry form below and share with #PelhamHalloween to enter your design in our contest for a chance to win a Halloween prize pack.


Contest closes on Sunday, October 31 at 10:00pm.


Complete your entry form here

πŸ‘» Halloween Free Skates Sponsored by The Darcy Richardson Real Estate Group & MYAC
Friday, October 29, 2021 - Sponsored by Pelham's Mayor's Youth Advisory Council
Sunday, October 31, 2021 - Sponsored by The Darcy Richardson Real Estate Group
  • πŸ‘» Skate times are:
    • 7:30pm-9:30pm on Friday, October 29, 
    • 1:00pm-2:30pm on Sunday, October 31
  • πŸŽƒ Costumes are encouraged!
  • πŸ‘» Held at the Meridian Community Centre at 100 Meridian Way, Fonthill.
  • πŸŽƒ No reservations are required. First come, first serve.  


Free skates are made possible by the generous sponsorship of:

Logo of Darcy Richardson Real Estate Group 

πŸŽƒ House Decorating Contest!


House Decorating Contest

Show off your Halloween decorations! 


Share your spooky, scary and fun Halloween creations with #PelhamHalloween and enter your home in our contest for a chance to win a prize.


Thank you to all of our 2021 entrants! Winners have been contacted.


  • πŸ‘» Don't go trick-or-treating if you're feeling ill, even if symptoms are minor.
  • πŸŽƒ Minimize contact with others: trick-or-treat with members of your direct household, remain within your community, and stay 2 metres (6 feet) apart.
  • πŸ‘» Trick-or-treaters should wear a face covering.
  • πŸŽƒ Choose costumes that allow a face covering to be worn - make sure you can see and breathe comfortably. A costume mask is not a substitute for a face covering and should not be worn over a face covering as it may make it difficult to breathe. Consider building a face covering into your, or your child’s costume.
  • πŸ‘» Do not congregate or linger at doorsteps. Line up 2 metres (6 feet) apart if waiting.
  • πŸŽƒ Avoid high-touch surfaces and objects.
  • πŸ‘» Wash hands often and thoroughly, or use hand sanitizer.


  • πŸŽƒ Don't hand out candy if you're feeling ill or isolating.
  • πŸ‘» Wear a face covering that fully covers your nose and mouth.
  • πŸŽƒ Consider using tongs, or other similar tools to hand out pre-packaged candy to avoid handling treats.
  • πŸ‘» Do not leave treats in a bucket or bowl for children to grab.
  • πŸŽƒ Wash hands often and thoroughly, or use hand sanitizer.
  • πŸ‘» Wipe down and sanitize doorbells and door handles frequently.


  • Post these on your door or window to let trick-or-treaters know if you're participating in Halloween this year.

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