For The Kids:
~ 10/30 & 10/31 – Ride the Halloween Train at the Snoqualmie Depot. See the historic depot decorated for the harvest season. Listen to live music and watch an old-fashioned cider press in action. Try some hot apple cider and make a keepsake craft. Come in costume and receive $2 off your ticket and a prize! Trains depart every hour beginning at 11:01AM from the Snoqualmie Depot and 11:26 from the North Bend Depot. Roundtrip fares: $4 kids ages 2-12, $8 adults and $6 age 62 and up.
~ Friday, October 29th, 4 – 8PM, MSHS Choir Teeny Weeny Halloweeny. In MSHS Wildcat Court. Kids ages 1 – 10 can enjoy Halloween crafts, Haunted House, games and treats and a costume contest. Admission is $5. All proceeds support MSHS Choir
~ Friday, October 29th, 10AM – 1PM, Historic Snoqualmie Treat Harvest. Show your costume and gather treats. For kids 5 and under. Look for balloons at participating merchants in the historic business core!
~ Saturday, October 30th, 6:30 – 8:30PM, Si View Community Center Haunted House. Admission is $3. Prepare to be scared!
~ Saturday, October 30th, 1 – 4PM, Snoqualmie Ridge Town Center Trick or Treat Event. Come in costume and start at Halloween headquarters located at 7815 Center Blvd – across from library. Pick up a Halloween passport and pass through Happy Halloween Hallway – appropriate for all ages. Participants get their passports stamped at local business along with fun treats. Collect 10 stamps and enter into a prize drawing.
For The Adults:
~ Saturday, October 30th, 11AM – 4PM, Puget Sound Blood Bank Blood Drive at Mix it Up! The mobile donation van will be accepting needed blood donations. Honor the Twilight vampire craze and consider giving a pint! Each person who makes an appointment and completes the screening interview receives a free pint of ice cream. Childcare provided inside Mix it Up. Sign up for an appointment inside store or call 425-396-3020.
~ Saturday, October 30th, 9PM – 1AM, Halloween Party with The Po’okela Street Band at Finaghty’s Irish Pub. Enjoy the live music and a costume contest.
Last but not least… make sure you have your candy stocked up. Snoqualmie Ridge is a popular, local trick or treating destination. If you live on a main street – Douglas, Fairway, Ridge – expect a couple hundred costumed cuties!