Fallingbrook Community Association

Get ready to be frightened! We are thrilled to announce that Skreamers will be taking place every Friday and Saturday this month, and on Halloween itself!

? Skreamers is alive! But will you survive? ?

? Dates: Every Friday & Saturday of October, and on October 31

Time: 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM

? Cost: $20 

? Venue: Proulx Farm at 1865 O’Toole Rd.

Get ready for a night of thrilling fun, eerie surprises, and spine-chilling moments. Ride the scary wagon ride and tour two (yes, TWO!) houses of horror. Visit www.skreamers.ca for more information and to buy your tickets beforehand for priority access.

Did you know? Skreamers isn’t just a unique way to celebrate the spooky season; it is the largest fundraiser for Kiwanis Eastern Ottawa Est, a volunteer-run service organization that runs programs around our community in service of our city’s youth. Our team is delighted to scare you because we know that every scream we hear means important funding for projects that help and support our community youth.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Harley Bloom, Skreamers Chairperson

Adam Polka, President of Kiwanis Eastern Ottawa Est

Fallingbrook from the air, 1976-2017. Go back in time and see our community as it develops. Courtesy of https://maps.ottawa.ca/geoottawa/
Aerial view of the north end of Fallingbrook, 1976-2017.

The community of Fallingbrook is situated in the City of Ottawa, Canada, in the east end of Orleans. It has a population of over 25,000 people, 8 elementary schools, 2 high schools, a public library and Ray Friel Centre recreation complex. Fallingbrook was farmland until 1985 when development started.  Fallingbrook is bordered by St Joseph Blvd, Tenth Line Road, Innes Road and Trim Road.

The Fallingbrook Community Association tries to represent the  residents and over the years has hosted events such as Canada Day, Summerfest, an annual community garage sale, a Neighbourhood Watch program and other events that benefit the community.

Photo by Hao Feng