Halloween Pet Parade

October 20th

Entry into the costume competition is free. Save time by registering online now! No registration is needed to join the parade.

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Remlinger Farms Fall Festival

October 20th

This annual Fall Festival features all the seasonal favorites along with some exciting entertainment that is exclusive to Remlinger Farms! Enjoy Hand- Dipped Caramel Apples, Fresh Donuts, Kettle Corn, Apple Cider, Authentic Steam Train Rides, Hand Led Pony Rides, Roller Coaster, Live Theater, Traditional Hay Rides, over 25 rides & attractions, ACRES of Pumpkins and so much more!

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Tukwila Halloween Carnival

October 24th

Bring your friends, dress up in your best costume, and join the fun! $2 per child OR Free Admission with a pair of socks per person to help support the Spirit of Giving program!

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Northwest Hiphop Festival

October 25th

Festival attendees will be treated to national and up-and-coming recording artists covering all levels of interest from the old school to the new school. They will enjoy exhibitors and have the ability to delve deeply into the culture that has found its way into mass popularity and demand.

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Diwali: Lights of India

October 26th

Diwali: Lights of India features several hands-on activities including henna tattooing, spice mixing and flower mandala making, aromatherapy oils, roti making and cupcake decorating. Several food items will be available for tasting including vegetarian delights and a chai booth.

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Battle of the Burger

October 26th

Burger fans! Come one and come all! This is your chance to try burgers from all over the region and enjoy beverages from local businesses. The audience will vote on the best burger!

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Aquarium Halloween

October 26th - 27th

Creepy games and activities, face painting, fun treats and two kinds of pumpkin carving demonstrations—on land with master carver Russ Leno and underwater with our Aquarium divers.

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Harvest Fest

October 27th

Quickly becoming a West Seattle beloved fall event, Harvest Fest will once again bring out the costumed (kids, adults and pets!), the daring (chili cook-off) the musical (parade) and the thirsty (hot cocoa and cider garden) as the West Seattle Junction closes down California Ave for a fantastic fall festival.

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The Museum of Fright

October 27th

Check out the annual transformation into The Museum of Fright! Across the Museum galleries, you’ll find Halloween carnival-style games and activities to spark imagination, innovation, and get in the Halloween spirit. Design and build soaring, swooping, and spooky fliers below a high-flying glider, hop through an obstacle course under the Blackbird, and encounter other frightful surprises!

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Halloween Trunk or Treat

October 30th

This Trunk or Treat event will feature trick-or-treating the cars, BINGO with prizes, hot dogs and chili. Brought to you by Lakewood’s Got C.L.A.S.S., Springbrook Connections, and Lakewood Caring for Kids.

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Eastside Halloween Walk

October 30th

Walk silently on the path where you are drawn into magical tales and stories that come to life before your very eyes… and there is nothing scary about it!


Suggested ticket price is $10/ticket, $25/families of three or more.
Tickets can be purchased at drop off and pick up or at the event. Cash only, please. Open to the public.

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Halloween Redmond Town Center

October 31st

Arrive in costume with goody bag in hand for an evening of trick-or-treating at the merchants marked with balloons on their door, a Halloween photobooth, face painting, and jumping in the Springfree trampoline.

  • Trick or Treating at participating Merchants, 4-7pm (free while supplies last)
  • Costume photos in the Halloween Photobooth, 4-7pm (free)
  • Springfree trampoline jumping, 4-7pm (free)
  • Merry Makers face painting, 4-7pm (free)

Enjoy Halloween specials at RTC Merchants, mall hours

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Spooktacular Halloween Dance & Dinner

October 31st

Get Your “Spook” ON this Halloween at the “Spooktacular” Halloween Dance & Dinner, benefiting Pasado’s Safe Haven. (Animal Rescue & Sanctuary) Your ticket includes a glass of wine, pizza & salad, Music to get your “Spook” on from the one and only Michael Powers, and a donation to Pasado. There will be a Bottle Toss and a silent auction all benefiting Pasado Safe Haven. All guests will also receive 10% off all bottle sales! Costumes optional – However, there will be prizes for the Best Costume!

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NOVEMBER EVENTS

Día de los Muertos – Day of the Dead Festival

November 2nd

Come and enjoy live music and dance, decorate sugar skulls, do arts & crafts, get your face painted, eat delicious food, and drink Mexican hot chocolate.

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Lake Washington Half Marathon

November 2nd

Come out for a certified half marathon run through the beautiful lakeside community of Kirkland, Washington.

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Seattle Restaurant Week

November 7th

Seattle Restaurant Week invites people across King County to dine out for a deal. More than 165 restaurants in nearly every neighborhood in the Seattle area offer a special three-course dinner menu for $35, and many also offer two-course lunches for $20 (Sunday through Thursday only; excluding Friday, Saturday and Sunday brunch). Seattle Restaurant Week is a great opportunity to visit the award-winning restaurants you’ve always wanted to try and to rediscover old favorites. It’s a celebration of the cuisine that makes our region a culinary hot spot.

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Georgetown Art Attack Art Walk

November 9th

Spring has sprung! Celebrate with Art Attack in Georgetown with a stellar array of industrial, contemporary visual and performing arts/artists thru out. Be sure to jump aboard the FREE Art Ride to check out our west end locations such as studio e, and Equinox Studios!

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