Halloween Candy Map

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Halloween Candy Map

Due to popular demand, we have decided to create a Halloween map that includes locations in our neighbourhood that are handing out candy this year. We are busy adding locations daily so check back often! To add your location to the map, please email the address to info@olivercommunity.com.

Also, be sure to stop by Kitchener Park and visit with league representatives, get warmed up at our fire pit, and get a toothbrush donated by Oliver Park Dental.

Here is the link to the map if you’re having issues loading on your phone.

 

 

 

 

 

 

9 Comments

  1. What a terrific idea. I will have to see if our building management is interested. It should be fun for both youngsters and players to meet one another. We so enjoyed meeting them at our front door when we owned property.

  2. Mary McPhail says:

    Please add 9916 113 St – right across from the warming station

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