Family Friendly Halloween Events 2


family-friendly-halloweenNot to be a Debbie Downer, but come on…sometimes we don’t want HUGE bags of candy in our homes, or our family doesn’t really do “scary”. Some of our kids don’t love walking dark streets in the cold and rain and hey- some parents don’t love it either! Thankfully, there are OPTIONS for Halloween! Since Halloween is only one week away, today we’re sharing a few Family Friendly events and ideas. Sometimes it’s nice to be able to do something a little different and perhaps safer, warmer and easier, than the typical door to door trick-or-treating. If you have any fun family-friendly traditions, please share them below!
 
1. Arlington Free Methodist church is having a family Halloween festival in Oct 31st from 5:30- 7:30 pm all indoors with games and free hot dogs and popcorn.The address for the church is 730 E Highland Dr Arlington WA 98223

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2. FREE!! Family friendly environment! Bouncy house, obstacle course, cake walk, photo booth, hot dogs, hot chocolate, trunk or treat and games…..did we say it’s all FREE?! Come on out and join Arlington Assembly at our annual Fall Festival!! Grab more info here.14435060_10209382408228654_9104672249495797560_o

3.Stop by Burien FM on the 29th for a candy, a chili cook-off, and fall fun! Admission is free and we’ll be handing out candy from 3-5pm. Grab more info here.14525106_10154712473282369_5892622527311079395_o

4. Josephine Caring Community is hosting a community Halloween Bash – Superheros & Villains theme event. FREE games, prizes, hotdogs, photo booth and haunted house. Dress the kids up in their favorite costume and join us for a few hours of fun trick or treating for all ages. Haunted house is age appropiate for children ages 8 and up…enter at their own risk14714868_1810266659217498_3761760447888278672_o

5.  Hometown Halloween, Arlington WA

PUMPKIN DECORATING CONTEST
Arlington Hardware, 1:30pm judging, awards at 2pm
Deliver pumpkins Friday 7am-6pm or Saturday 7am-noon

PUMPKIN ROLL
New Location & Time!
Third Street Hill, 11:00am Roll, pumpkins available
with Youth Dynamics

HARVEST PARTY
at Arlington United Church, 338 McLeod, 11am-2pm14468589_1182273191829251_6601837439916804234_o

6. Harvest Festival and Trick-or-Treat in the West Seattle Junction.

The Junction’s Harvest Festival has become a favorite fall event for West Seattle. Join us for a day of community fun as we celebrate this season of change.

There will be activities for kids sponsored by our local businesses and organizations, a chili cook-off, costumes and prizes, trick-or-treating, and of course great fall bounty brought to The Junction by our local West Seattle Farmers Market. The Harvest Festival is great time to come together as a neighborhood and celebrate our community spirit!  More info here.14425526_10154612317336940_4641618547619796644_o

7. Trunk or Treat, Bellingham! We’ll have decorated car trunks, and we’ll serve apple cider and popcorn. Come join the fun!14446113_1391771407517454_5332333682277621223_n

8. BCC|Kids presents the most epic, mouth watering, costume inspiring Chili Cookoff & Trunk or Treat Festival! There will be irresitible chili, lawn games, and candy galore! Grab more info here.14702306_691477064333626_1916291212593284045_n

9. Trunk or Treat, Bremerton. Come ‘Trick or Treat’ 60 cars filled with candy, each decorated with different themes in the parking lot at Hillcrest! This event is for all ages! If you don’t have kids or your kids are grown, we’d love for you to participate in running carnival games or passing out candy in your decorated trunk! There will be fun things for EVERYONE! More info can be found here.14589581_10153958592563543_6673114236053019261_o

10. Kids Halloween Party #newlifeTacoma See you at Truman Middle School, Sunday, Oct. 30, at 5 p.m. The kids area will be transformed into an amazing Halloween experience during the regular gathering. Don’t forget the costumes!14720597_10153900366956611_3702934614362737924_n

 Other family friendly ideas:

-Call local nursing homes to see if they are doing trick or treating with the residents. 

-Stay in, dress up with your kids and enjoy handing out candy together.

-Have kids in school? Go to their school harvest party!

-Dress up and then visit friends and grandparents.

 

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About Angela Strand

Angela is a wife, mama to three little ones and a lifelong Washington State resident. Besides facilitating the NW Healthy Mama website, she loves being involved in her kids’ school, hiking with her girlfriends, growing all the things, writing, reading and taking photos.


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