Halloween 2020









On the night of Halloween, households who participated in our candy drop off program throughout the month of October will have a door hanger that looks like this on their door: 

When Trick or Treaters see one of these signs, they will then head to the Community Association which will be well marked by our pumpkin logo which will be appearing throughout the community.

From there, volunteers will direct Trick or Treater's to begin the Spooktacular Scavenger Hunt! Participation is not mandatory to receive candy however it is highly encouraged!

For those who choose to participate, they will be given a map that will guide them to houses and landmarks around the neighborhood. After completing some of the tasks, trick or treaters will return to the community association where they will get their candy.

Our mission this year was to create an event that allowed households to participate in trick or treating in a safe and socially distanced way. In a year of uncertainty, we hope to facilitate an unforgettable Halloween! 

In order to save Halloween during the Pandemic, we need to ask for 3 things from the community: 

1. Candy Donations: In order for our curbside candy pick up to work, we need donations! Instead of handing out candy yourself, we will be able to safely provide trick or treaters with your goodies.

2. Volunteers: On the night of the event, we need volunteers to help hand out candy at the community center as well as people who are talented decorators!

3. Spreading the Word: Our goal is to make sure that everyone in the Triwood area feels safe being able to participate in Halloween this year. Help out the community by spreading the word!



In order for this event to function seamlessly, we need volunteers at the community center the night of Halloween! 

Details: As a volunteer for this event, you will be helping to sort donated candy, decorate the community hall, and handing out bags to participating trick or treaters. 

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please contact Lisa:




For the scavenger hunt portion of the event, we would love to include houses that love decorating for Halloween! 

Details: If you love decorating for Halloween, becoming a participating household in the Spooktacular Scavenger Hunt is for you! We would like to have houses with distinct decorations that can be found on a map that we will be handing out to participants. 

If you are interested, please contact Jenn:




If you have decided to direct trick or treaters to the community association for their candy, you will have to drop off your candy at Triwood Community Centre (2244 Chicoutimi Dr. NW)

Office hours are 9 am - 4 pm Monday-Friday! We are accepting candy up to Oct 30th!

Details: Please write down your name, address, and email somewhere on your bag/box so we can record who is participating.


Please call (403) 282-2677 when you are outside the building or email Garrett - programs@triwoodcommunity to let us know when you are dropping off!