The trick-or-treaters may have come and gone but the Halloween fun continues for one more night! 
Join Grimsby and West Niagara residents in the area's second annual Pumpkin Parade. The first one in 2022 was a lot of fun and a tremendous success.
Walk the newly renovated Coronation Park path from 5:30 to 7:30 PM to see many community carved and decorated jack-o-lanterns as well as painted and lighted Halloween and Fall Harvest displays.  Join your friends and family to enjoy the glow of over 400+ pumpkins and take selfies at our stationed displays and booths. You can even visit with our fortune teller again! The event is appropriate for kids of all ages and leashed dogs.
Want to include your jack-o-lantern in the parade or carving contest ? Simply drop your Halloween jack-o-lanterns at the Community swimming pool on event day between 10:30 AM - 4:00PM.  The volunteers will position your pumpkin accordingly so they can be enjoyed one more time! All jack-o-lanterns included in the parade or the carving contest will be properly composted atterwards.
The event is fully accessible and Free to attend.  Rotary encourages everyone to help us put this event on again next year so remember to bring your loonies, toonies and debit cards to make donations-we have TipTap this year!  All  donations will support the various community charities that Rotary supports and Grimsby Glows - year 3.  Please visit for more information about our event and learn how we can all make this event a resounding success again.  Follow along on social as well! Facebook @grimsbyGlows  Instragram: @grimsbyglows  Facebook event: 2nd Annual Grimsby Glows 2023
Rotary in partnership with various community organizations and the Town of Grimsby are hosting the second annual community event.  Everyone from infants to 90 year-olds will have fun "OOing and AHHing" over the 400+ jack-o-lanterns.
Special thanks to the Town of Grimsby for their overwhelming support.  The staff have been extremely generous with their time and ideas.
We also express our appreciation to the Foodland-Sobeys group in West Niagara which donated 100  pumpkins in the weeks before the event. Also Hildreth Farms pumkins and  straw bales.These pumpkins will be distributed amongst various community organizations, charities supported by Rotary and our two local secondary school for carving. 
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