12:00 PM| Buzzing Bees Adventure Farm, 1070 Concession rd 5, Sunderland, ON L0C 1H0
Looking for a different Corn Maze experience??? Come try the family friendly monster mystery game within the Buzzing Bees Adventure Farm's 9-acre corn maze. Hidden throughout the maze are monster riddles. Find and solve all 8 riddles to reveal the secret code number. If your team of sleuths can submit the correct code, you win! The corn maze monster mystery game takes approximately 2 hours, but make sure to leave yourself more time as there are a number of other fun activities such as pedal karts, toddler tractor course, pumpkin bowling, elastic band shooting range and more. So, assemble your team of friends and family and come enjoy a fall day out on the farm.
06:00 PM| 2365 6th Concession Rd, Greenwood ON L0H 1H0
Take a guided walking tour of the historic village at night and hear stories from the past that still haunt us today. Learn about paranormal investigations that have found evidence of spirits and ghosts, and hear stories of past tragedies that actually took place in Pickering's past.
Registration required in advance online. Cost per person is $25 including tax. The program is 1 hour. There is a maximum of 9 people in the program. Call 905.683.8401 for assistance.
07:00 PM| 143 Simpson Avenue, Bowmanville, L1C 2H9
The Visual Arts Centre of Clarington is pleased to present the next iteration of our ongoing Loft Space project, Public Space, with a participatory installation by Sahar Te featuring Tosca Terán. Terán invites the public to participate in learning how to grow your own mushrooms with household items.
Community members and the general public are invited to contribute to Te’s larger project which will see the Loft space transformed into a growing Oyster mushroom incubator. In this workshop, Terán will introduce participants to the fantastic potential of mycelium for collaboration at the intersection of art and science. Participants will learn how to cultivate mycelium affordably towards use as a bio-material and/or food, while also having the option to add towards the project’s larger site-specific installation of edible, free, and takeable Oyster mushrooms until November 7.