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    Default Trick-or-Treating at Masonville mall

    Does anyone know when this is this year? It's not on their website, I was going to call the mall Monday but thought I'd ask here first thanks.
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    we went last year and it sucked. Your better to hit like 15 houses on your street. You will get more.
    I think it usually is on Halloween. Last year it was on the 30 as Halloween was on a Sunday and they don't stay open that late.

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    We went last year and we liked it, I am thinking of doing both again this year. You just need to make sure you are there early

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    We went last year and it was really busy but the kids and I enjoyed it. DD wasn't going actual trick or treating because she was too young so I was glad so got to participate.

    I looked on their website this week and saw nothing. If you do end up calling please update and let us know. I'd love to do it again.



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    It should be up on the website soon. It's definitely on the 31st. I can't remember if it's 4-8pm or 6-8pm, but I'll check and post back.
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    Be prepared for pushy ADULTS and not kids! I was shocked at the behaviour of the adults last year! They were pushing my 2 year old out of the way so their kid could get candy, they were telling their kids to shove ahead etc... I was shocked!
    I think last year was extra busy because it did not fall on actual halloween.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Happily Ever After View Post
    Be prepared for pushy ADULTS and not kids! I was shocked at the behaviour of the adults last year! They were pushing my 2 year old out of the way so their kid could get candy, they were telling their kids to shove ahead etc... I was shocked!
    I think last year was extra busy because it did not fall on actual halloween.
    Really? Wow.
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    last year was horrible - we will not be doing it again





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    we had a great time last year! there is a lot of ppl but thats expected. DD wasnt even 1 yet and she loved it

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    It was alright last year..my daughter enjoyed it. There was some pushy people for sure! A lot of the stores ran out of candy in the first half hour though. I liked dressing her io without a coat and being where it was warm

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    I was thinking of taking DS this year but it doesn't sound like it was a good exp. for some of you. (I'm not the biggest fans of crowds, and worse pushy parents).
    If the weather sucks outside, its a good option though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happily Ever After View Post
    Be prepared for pushy ADULTS and not kids! I was shocked at the behaviour of the adults last year! They were pushing my 2 year old out of the way so their kid could get candy, they were telling their kids to shove ahead etc... I was shocked!
    I think last year was extra busy because it did not fall on actual halloween.
    This! It was awful. I felt so sorry for DSD, she is very timid and just kept looking back at me when she was being pushed by grown adults.
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    It's Monday october 31 from 4-8pm. (cousin works in build a bear and she just told me at dinner).

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    Thanks! We went last year and had a blast. I'm surprised others didnt't have the same experience. DD didnt mind that stores were out of candy, she was too busy being cute running around with her cousin anyway, we won't be going since it's the 31st. I was hoping it would be on the weekend.
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