Coquitlam Halloween House

For the 18th straight year, Vickie Ayers Coquitlam Halloween House is back!

Join us at this family-friendly haunted house that is wheelchair accessible. There are lots of spooky attractions suitable for all ages, lights and lasers, pumpkins and ghouls, and much more!

Opening Friday October 20, 2017
Daily 6:30 – 9:00PM including Halloween!
443 Draycott St.
Coquitlam, BC V3K 5K1

Visit Coquitlam Halloween House!

About Vickie

Vickie has been fundraising for Variety – the Children’s Charity for 39 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. So far she has raised $434,000 to help BC’s special kids and is their longest standing single fundraiser. Her ‘family friendly’ Halloween Haunted House is renowned in the area and runs nightly from October 20 – 31 from 6:30 – 9:00 pm. Entry is by donation and is wheelchair accessible.

  • Tuesday, October 31, 2017
  • Haunted House 443 Draycott Street, Coquitlam, BC, Canada View on Google Maps
  • Opening Friday October 20, 2017
    Daily 6:30 – 9:00PM including Halloween!

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Dear Variety Family,

During the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) global situation, our highest priority is the health, safety and well-being of our Variety donors, families, members, supporters, volunteers and all British Columbians.

Variety BC has been here for more than 50 years ensuring kids with special needs thrive. I would like to assure you that during this uncertain time, we will continue to be here for BC’s kids with special needs.

I also would like to provide you with an update on our response to date and our commitment to you moving forward:

  • In keeping with the BC Centre for Disease Control’s recommendations, we will be postponing all Variety events between March 16th and April 30th including our One Night in the Valley Gala on Saturday, April 4th at the Glass House Estate Winery
  • We have closed the Variety Office as a precautionary measure and are having employees set up to work-from-home. All in-person meetings will be moved to teleconference. We will evaluate working “virtually” on a week-to-week basis while actively monitoring the evolution of this global pandemic and returning to regular operating procedures once health authorities deem it safe for our staff to do so.
  • Due to our office closure, we have postponed the shipping of Robert Bateman’s Woodworkers – Pilated Woodpeckers posters and our Variety water bottles. Anyone looking for tax receipts will receive them via email
  • With the closure of BC’s schools, the need to ensure our kids are supported has never been so great. As such, our Heart of Variety Fund will continue to accept grant applications by e-mail.
    Like all of you, we will monitor the COVID-19 situation and communicate with you on important health and safety measures and decisions regarding events regularly.

We encourage you to stay informed by visiting BC Centre for Disease Control’s website at www.bccdc.ca and the Government of Canada’s website at www.canada.ca/en/publichealth/services/diseases/coronavirus-disease-covid-19.

We are grateful for your support as we navigate through this uncertain time.

Thank you,


Cally Wesson
CEO – Variety BC