Halloween Event includes apple bobbing, toffee apples apple pies, workshops on growing hyacinths and paperwhites and a scary Halloween walk for kids.
More Info: https://www.friendsofsaughtonpark.org/
Come along to this years Diwali Celebrations, an initiative by the Lord Provost of Edinburgh to bring Diwali-Festival of Lights, the most famous Indian Festival to Edinburgh so that the mainstream community can share, participate and celebrate the Victory of Good over Evil. Dancing, music, foodstalls and lights. All welcome, free entry
The Edinburgh Diwali parade leaves City Chambers on The Royal Mile at 2.00pm on Saturday 3 November. The programme of events on the Ross Bandstand starts at 4.15pm and the Firework Finale is at 7.00pm.
More Info: http://www.edinburghdiwali.co.uk/
Located in West Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh Oktoberfest 2019 will transform the area into a traditional Oktoberfest with live music and great atmosphere. Go to the website for more details and look out for the Sunday Lunch special so you can let the entire family experience Bavarian culture for a day!
More Info: http://edinburgh-oktoberfest.co.uk/
From 16 November 2019 until 4 January 2020, one of the UK's most popular festive celebrations will come to life in Edinburgh city centre, with a big and bright programme of events and entertainment. More details of 2019's festivities will be announced soon, so keep your eyes peeled for updates.
More Info: http://www.edinburghschristmas.com
Bairns Afore Concert is a children’s entertainment show held in the Ross Bandstand with a firework finale for families ahead of main concert.
Doors at 16.00; Entertainment 17:00 – 18:00. With fireworks at 17:45.
The Ceilidh under the Castle begins at 8.30pm and the Concert in the Gardens at 9pm. For more details go to the website.
More Info: https://www.edinburghshogmanay.com/