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Halloween At Alouette Cemetery Maple Ridge

The witches, ghosts and goblins were at it again at the Alouette Cemetery in Maple Ridge. It's worth a visit...

Halloween is observed annually on the night of 31 October. It is believed to have originated primarily as a Celtic celebration marking the division of the light and dark halves of the year, when the boundary ......



Experience the spooktacular Halloween at Alouette Cemetery Maple Ridge! From witches to ghosts, celebrate the Celtic tradition in a festive display.
Alouette Halloween the skeletons are out of the closet


Experience the spooktacular Halloween at Alouette Cemetery Maple Ridge! From witches to ghosts, celebrate the Celtic tradition in a festive display.

..... between the living and the dead was believed to be at its thinnest. Halloween customs, such as wearing disguises to ward off ghosts and offering food to appease malevolent spirits, were brought to Canada in the mid-to-late 1800s by Irish and Scottish immigrants. The residents of the Alouette Seniors Mobile Park enjoyed the festive display.

















North America’s first recorded instance of dressing in disguise on Halloween was in Vancouver, British Columbia, in 1898





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