Check out these spooky Halloween displays in the Tri-Cities

Halloween is near and a number of Tri-City residents have erected spooky displays for the occasion (note that some of the displays are only open on select evenings). To submit a Halloween display, please send your address, a photo and any additional information to


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• Vickie Ayers' Halloween Haunted House. Displays will run between Oct. 19-Oct. 31., between 6:30 and 9 p.m. Vickie Ayers’ family-friendly Halloween Haunted House has entertained visitors for 19 years with her spectacular displays including graveyards, pumpkin patch, scary music, dancing lights, and smoke and bubble machines. Children will be thrilled with the incredible activities that await them in the ever-popular Fun House. Snap bracelets, glow bracelets and necklaces, Halloween CDs, laser pens and new LED shooting helicopters are yours to purchase. Entry is by donation the goal this year is to raise $10,000 with 100% of the proceeds benefitting Variety: The Children's Charity. The venue is wheelchair. You are advised to come earlier in the week if you want to avoid the big weekend crowds. For more information, go to

• The display grows throughout the month of October, with the mock cemetery being the main focus building up until Halloween night. The display is divided up into sections: The Cemetery, Gallows Walk, Witch's Tent, Butcher Shop and few other featured niches. Because of the number of digital and electrical elements, the full production only happens on Halloween night from just before dusk until 10 p.m. A donation box will be set up with proceeds going to the Coquitlam SPCA.

• Halloween display has been put together by Dale Brindley who also does Miracle on Rae Street every Christmas. The covered display (so everyone can stay dry) runs Sunday to Thursday between 5 and 9:30 p.m. and Friday and Saturday between 5 and 10:30 p.m. Accepting donations for the Share Food Bank. This Halloween display has been put together by Dale Brindley who also does Miracle on Rae Street every Christmas.

• Annual Haunted Backyard in support of the Coquitlam Animal Shelter. Displays will run between 6 and 8 p.m. on Oct. 25 to Oct. 26. Requested donations for dogs and cats include Acana dry food, canned food, Swheat Scoop kitty litter and toys for cats, dogs, rabbits, birds and rats.

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