The Bentway's Howl'oween is back!

Join the dogs of Toronto under the Gardiner on Oct. 29 for the city's most adorable costume party

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Wednesday, October 12, 2022 - Halloween is going to be one for the dogs! After a three-year paws, The Bentway is bringing back a favourite frightening neighborhood event, Howl’oween. Sponsored by Bone & Biscuit, The Bentway is inviting all local dogs and their owners to participate in a Costumed Pup Parade, complete with amazing prizes, music, a festive photo selfie station, warm drinks, and local fur-endly vendors. 

Prizes will be awarded to dogs for the Most Fall-Festive, Most Original, and Best DIY costumes. Not to mention Best Group Costume, which will be awarded to one lucky fur-family. ​ Get creative and join a bark-tacular afternoon at The Bentway filled with Halloween family fun. ​ 

Register via Evenbrite here.

  • DATE: Saturday, October 29, 2022 
  • LOCATION: The Bentway Skate Trail, 250 Fort York Blvd, Toronto 
  • TIME: 1:00 – 3:30 p.m. 

 

About Bone & Biscuit
Bone & Biscuit is a Canadian natural pet food store specializing in high quality pet food, natural treats, and enrichment play. They carry the top brands in healthy pet food and quality accessories for health concise dogs and cats. Located downtown near The Bentway, you can find them at 75 Housey Street, across from the LCBO near Loblaws. 

Duncan Peng

Craft Public Relations

Sneha Lohtia

Craft Public Relations

 

About The Bentway

The Bentway works “to ignite the urban imagination”, using the city as site, subject, and canvas.

Anchored under Toronto’s Gardiner Expressway and guiding its complex future, The Bentway is a growing public space, and much more. The Bentway is a new type of civic organization: a not-for-profit, powered by vital partnerships with the City of Toronto, residents, supporters, artists, city-builders, and dreamers. The Bentway is a catalyst rooted in experimentation, leading a creative movement to re-imagine the opportunities of urban spaces. Phase 1 of The Bentway opened in 2018 and is already a vital public space, backyard park, cultural platform, connector for the western Waterfront corridor and a demonstration of what is possible.

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Contact

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416.304.0222

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