Coquitlam Halloween House
443 Draycott Street
UPDATE FOR 2021
AFTER 20 YEARS OF ENTERTAINING & THRILLING CHILDREN FROM ALL OVER,
OUR COQUITLAM HALLOWEEN HOUSE IS CLOSING FOREVER!
All display items will be sold off at a huge yard sale on
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 18
AND SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
443 DRAYCOTT ST
Proceeds go to VARIETY, THE CHILDREN’S CHARITY to benefit BC’s special kids.
We welcome all donations but cheques to Variety of $25 and over, will be issued a tax receipt.
Our year-long bottle drive is still going strong, so bring those along too.
MASKS ARE HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
**Scroll down to remind yourself about what is available. There’s lots more to see in the video at the bottom.**
REMEMBER, most items are one-of-a-kind and not available anywhere else.
PLUS, the nostalgic value is PRICELESS!
* CASH PREFERRED*
WE’RE ALSO CLEARING OUT
Strings of purple and orange Lights
Strings of special Halloween Lights
Black Lights, fixtures included
Several large and smaller Lawn Blowups
LED Slap Bracelets
Regular & deluxe Laser Pens
CDs: Scary Sounds or Dance Music
Fog Machines & bottles of Fog Juice
Bubble Machine & bottles of Bubble Juice
Heavy duty Electrical Extension Cords
ENQUIRIES call: 604-939-7419
If you find an item of significance that you definitely want, we can pre-sell.
For those who wish to write a cheque to Variety, receipts will be issued for amounts of $25 or more. Alternately, you can click here to donate to Variety on-line, right now. We’d really appreciate it.
In 2019, you helped us raise $8,131 for Variety the Children’s Charity. Many
Countdown to Closing Sale - September 18-19, 2021!
Her spectacular displays include graveyards, a pumpkin patch, scary music, dancing lights
and smoke & bubble machines. Children will be thrilled with the incredible activities that await them in the ever-popular Fun House!
The venue is wheelchair accessible and all the kids get candy.
You are advised to come earlier in the week if you want to avoid the big weekend crowds.
Vickie has been fundraising for Variety for 40 years, ever since she was 10 years old. She wanted to do something special for her brother David, who has autism. Her passion in life is helping others less fortunate even though she has special needs herself.
Vickie fundraises all year long with BBQs, Bocce Tournaments, bottle drives, and of course, Halloween. Last year she presented $37,000 at the Variety Show of Hearts Telethon with her signature “Money Heart”, bringing her grand total up to $482,000, so watch for her next February on Global TV.