For some neighbourhoods it's a relatively new tradition. For others, it goes back more than a decade. We're talking about fun, sugar-fuelled pumpkin parades! Typically held the day after Halloween, which also coincides this year with the day the clocks go back, families can bring their carved jack-o'-lantern to the designated spot, light them up and enjoy the creations, socializing, and maybe some hot apple cider. It's a more low-key way to enjoy Halloween after the furor of the night before, when kids barely glance at the jack-o'-lanterns carved with love (if not artistic skill). So find a spot, bring your pumpkin, and enjoy some community bonding.