A list of Pumpkin Parades in Toronto and GTA taking place on November 1, 2019.
Take your jack-o-lanterns and a candle to the participating locations and give your Pumpkin a second chance to shine and come view the neighbourhood Jack-O-Lanterns on display.
A Toronto tradition since the first pumpkin parade was organized in Sorauren Park in 2004, the parades are now hosted in parks across the city from Port Union Village Common Park in Scarborough to Centennial Park in Etobicoke.
Few events from Ajax, Brampton & Mississauga Events are also listed at the end.
Bartlett Parkette Pumpkin Parade
Bring your jack o’ lantern and tea lights for the parade. Details
Birchcrest Park Pumpkin Parade
Bring your Jack-o-Lanterns to the Birchcrest Park.
Bloordale Pumpkin Parade
By Bloordale Community Improvement Association.
Cabbagetown Pumpkin Parade
Bring your Jack-O-Lanterns to light up the park. The jack o’lanterns (and a few uncarved pumpkins and squashs, too) arrive from all over the neighbourhood and line up for a final, glorious viewing before being put in a city-provided compost bin. Details
Carlton Park Pumpkin Parade
Bring your Jack-O-Lanterns with a tea light inside and line them around the wading pool.
Centennial Park Etobicoke Pumpkin Parade
Join us at Centennial Park on November 1st from 6-8 pm for a family friendly evening – the Pumpkin Parade! Give your Pumpkin a second chance to shine and come view the neighbourhood Jack-O-Lanterns on display.Details
Cedarbrook Park Pumpkin Parade
On the night after Halloween, the community is invited to bring their carved jack-o-lanterns to Cedarbrook Park (Banmoor Boulevard entrance). Details
Dallington Park Pumpkin Parade
Dallington Pollinators Community Garden is hosting its annual pumpkin walk. Bring your leftover Jack O’Lanterns to the park. Join in the great pumpkin toss at the end to help return the park back to normal. Details
Danforth East Pumpkin Parade
Bring your Jack-O-Lanterns to light up the pathways. Bring your own candle.Details
Davisville Village Pumpkin ParadeBring your Jack-O-Lanterns to June Rowlands Park.Details
Degrassi Park Pumpkin Parade
Join your neighbours at Degrassi Park on November 1st at dusk to view neighbourhood’s Jack-o-lanterns shine one last time. Details
Dovercourt Park Pumpkin Parade
Bring your Jack-O-Lanterns to light up the park’s main pathway. Details
Earlscourt Park Pumpkin ParadeBring your Jack-O’-lanterns to line the path near the entrance of JJP Community Centre so the entire neighbourhood can enjoy a spooky and enchanted evening at Earlscourt.Details
East York Village Pumpkin Parade
Come bring your Jack-o-lantern masterpieces to light up the pathways at the East York Civic Centre (Coxwell & Mortimer). Details
Ed McCleverty Playground Pumpkin Parade
Organised by Friends of Ed McCleverty Playground.
Elm Park – Weston Village Pumpkin Parade
Bring your Jack-o-Lanterns to the park. Organised by the Weston Village Residents Association. Details
Felstead Park Pumpkin Parade
Bring your Jack-o-Lanterns to Felstead Park Details
Florence Gell Park Pumpkin Parade
Bring your Jack-o-Lanterns Florence Gell Park. Details
Gibson House Museum Pumpkin Party
Bring your carved pumpkin to Gibson House Museum for one last chance to showcase your design. Pumpkins will be lit up and displayed outside throughout the evening so community members can see their neighbour’s Jack-o-Lanterns shine once more and celebrate the end of Halloween together. Details
5172 Yonge St
Guildwood Village Park Pumpkin Parade
Light your lit pumpkins and line them from Regency to Nuffield. Bring your travel mug for apple cider. Drop off at 6pm and pumpkin toss at 9pm. Details
Harbord Village Pumpkin Parade
Every November 1 the sidewalks on Harbord between Spadina and Borden are lined with hand-carved pumpkins collected from local residents and business owners. Some are works of art; most were carved by inventive parents and kids. There’s free hot cider, musical entertainment, and treats provided by local businesses..Details
Friends of Henrietta Park Pumpkin Parade
Bring your Jack-O-Lanterns to light up the Park. Details
Kew Gardens Pumpkin Walk
Annual candle lit Pumpkin Walk. Say goodbye to your pumpkin in style! Bring your carved jack-o-lantern by the picnic tables in Kew Gardens and let it glow amongst all the other designs. Starting at 6:30 bring your carved pumpkins, with candles inside, to join the parade at the park at 2075 Queen St E.
Lambton – Kingsway Park Pumpkin Parade
Give your jack-o’-lantern a spectacular send off this year! Drop your pumpkins off at Lambton Kingsway Park as early as 3pm on November 1, or bring them with you that evening. Don’t forget your tealights and lighters. Volunteers will load the pumpkins into bins for composting after the parade. Details
Leslie Grove Park Pumpkin Parade
By Friends of Leslie Grove Park.Details
Masaryk Park Pumpkin Parade
Come show off your ugliest most gruesome pumpkin. Line ’em up in the splash pad!Details
McCormick Park Pumpkin Parade
Bring your Jack-O-Lanterns to light up the west side of the park. Volunteers will load the pumpkins into bins for composting the following morning. Details
Mimico Pumpkin Parade
Bring your Jack-O-Lanterns to light up Mimico Square and Amos Waites Park. Please bring your own lighter and candles. Volunteers will load the pumpkins into bins for composting the following morning.
2445 Lake Shore Boulevard W
Moncur Park Pumpkin Parade
Join us for another fun pumpkin parade at Moncur Park. Every year the parade seems to get a bit bigger and the carvings even more impressive. Details
Norwood Park Pumpkin Parade
Bring your Jack O’lantern (and a candle) and see the amazing “parade” of pumpkins!!
This is also a quick and easy way of composting your pumpkin…the city will bring a dumpster to take the pumpkins away for composting!…no need to hang on to it until YOUR green bin day!! all you have to do is put yours into the dumpster before you leave! Details
Oakridge Park Pumpkin Parade
Bring your jack o’ lanterns out for one last appearance and line the neighbourhood pumpkins up throughout the park. Show up with the Jack o’ lanterns just before 6pm, and be ready to light them up to be part of the parade. Bring your neighbours to walk around the park and view the creative and astounding pumpkin displays. Enjoy music, spooky stories and refreshments while you take in the sights as the local jack o’ lanterns take over Oakridge Park.Details
Old Town Pumpkin Parade
Bring your jack-o-lantern to the St. James gazebo and join the pumpkin parade by adding your pumpkin onto the edge of a pathway. Display your creative jack-o-lantern, mingle with your neighbours and enjoy some free hot chocolate and apple cider (while supplies last!).Details
Orchard Park Pumpkin Parade
Bring your jack o’lantern to Orchard Park on Dundas St E between Coxwell and Kingston Road.
Park Lawn Park Pumpkin Parade
Bring your Jack O’Lanterns and join your neighbours for a lovely autumn evening in the park. This is a free and sugar-free post-Halloween event brought to you by The Friends of Park Lawn Park.Details
Parkway Forest Pumpkin Parade
Join is at the basketball courts for our annual Pumpkin Parade at Parkway Forest!Details
Phin Park Pumpkin Parade
Bring your Jack-O-Lantern(s) to the park and see a plethora of perfectly produced pumpkins on parade. A large bin will be provided by the city to dispose of them after. Details
Port Union Pumpkin Parade
Show off your Halloween pumpkins and costumes and keep the Halloween fun going for one more night at this free event. Details
Rennie Park Pumpkin Parade
Annual pumpkin parade.Bring your jack-o-lanterns. Bring your families. Help make the Rennie Park Pumpkin Parade a spooky success.Details
Rosethorn Park Pumpkin Parade
Bring your jack-o-lanterns. Bring your families. Help make the Rosethorn Park Pumpkin Parade a spooky success.Details
Scarborough Bluffs Pumpkin Parade
This Pumpkin Parade is being hosted by The Scarborough Bluffs Community Association.Details
Silver Creek Park Pumpkin Parade
Bring your jack-o-lanterns between 6 and 6:30pm. Bring your jack-o-lanterns to Silver Creek Park and line the pathway from Strathdee parking lot to the playground and help transform our park into a glowing spectacle at nightfall! Details
Sorauren Park Pumpkin ParadeWith more than 1500 pumpkins on display in recent years, the Parade is a neighbourhood and even regional highlight of the season. From witches and cats, to politicians and world events, the artful jack-o-lanterns represent the spirit of Halloween and also the spirit of the times. Details
Corner of Sorauren Avenue and Wabash Avenue, south of Dundas St. West.
Stephenson Park Pumpkin Parade
This is also a quick and easy way of composting your pumpkin…the city will bring a dumpster to take the pumpkins away for composting!…no need to hang on to it until YOUR green bin day!! —> all you have to do is put yours into the dumpster before you leave!
Terraview – Willowfield Pumpkin Parade
Bring your carved pumpkins and join us in Terraview Park (across from the playground) for our Annual Pumpkin Parade. Details
Trinity Bellwoods Park Pumpkin Parade
The Friends of Trinity Bellwoods Park’s annual Pumpkin Parade extravaganza! Show off your carved pumpkins and enjoy strolling along the path looking at all the other amazing ones from the neighbourhood. Details
Vine Avenue Parkette Pumpkin Parade
Give your gourds one more chance to shine! Bring your peeps and your pumpkins to Vine Park on November 1st and add it to the ever-growing, ever-winding path of carved creations. Details
200 Vine Ave, Toronto)
Vermont Square Park Pumpkin Parade
Give your gourds one more chance to shine! Details
Withrow Park Pumpkin Parade
By Friends of Withrow Park. Bring your Jack-o-Lantern to the paths surrounding the Fire Pit and light up the night.Details
Wychwood Barns Park Pumpkin Parade
Send off your Halloween pumpkin in style by taking it to the Pumpkin Parade! Pumpkins and humans gather to the south of the splash pad.Details
PUMPKIN PARADES IN GTA
Pumpkin Parade – Ajax
Bring your jack-o-lantern to Roland Michener Park for a Pumpkin Parade!
Park Your Pumpkin – Mississauga
Bring your pumpkin for a last hurrah! Wander the pumpkin lit paths while enjoying music, cider, cookies, family activities and a candle lit tour of the Bradley Museum. Drop off your pumpkin before or bring it with you and stay for the festivities.Details
Newmarket Pumpkin Parade
Don’t miss this last opportunity to show off your carved Halloween pumpkin! We will be lining the path at Riverwalk Commons with all of Newmarket’s master piece jack-o-lanterns. Details
Heintzman House Pumpkin Parade – Markham
Visit the Heintzman House for one more day of Halloween fun! Bring your carved pumpkin to display outside for a chance to win prizes.
Pumpkin Parade – Brampton
Gather with friends and neighbours as this year’s carved pumpkins are exhibited one last time to create an amazing pumpkin Parade.Details