Boo! Run Down of Halloween Happenings around the Snoqualmie Valley

Happy October, Snoqualmie Valley. Here are some of the Autumn happenings during the coming weeks. If we missed your event, leave it in the comment section, and we’ll get it added.

Jubilee Farm U-Pick Pumpkins and Harvest Festival Weekends

October 1st – 31st, 2022
229 W. Snoqualmie River Rd. NE
Carnation, WA 98014

Come on out on weekdays for a relaxed pumpkin experience. Grab a wheelbarrow and take the time to choose the perfect pumpkin on a picturesque fall afternoon on the farm.

Saturday/Sunday 10 am-5 pm-Join them on the weekends for their Harvest Festival. U pick Pumpkins, Hayrides, Haymaze for the kiddos, Hot Cider, Food Trucks, Farm markets and More!

More info at:

Snoqualmie Valley YMCA Kids Create – Pumpkin Decorating

Wednesday, October 12th, 5:30–6:30 pm
35018 SE Ridge Street
Snoqualmie, WA 98065

Be creative together in this art workshop! Accompanied by a parent or guardian, kids will enjoy age-appropriate drawing, painting and craft projects that encourage imaginations to flourish and inspire self-confidence and individuality. YMCA family activities are the perfect way for families to explore new interests, be active and have fun together.

All supplies included

Registration required:


Si View Metro Parks & Frisky Girl Farms Present Squash-tacular!

Saturday, October 15th, 10-3 pm
Frisky Girl U-Pick Fields
Tollgate Farm
702 Bendigo Blvd.
North Bend, WA 98045

It’s harvest season! In partnership with Frisky Girl Farm, join Si View Metro Parks for a new seasonal celebration: Squash-Tacular! On Saturday, October 15th, the Frisky Girl u-pick pumpkin patch will have lots of additional activities for farm visitors. They’ll have outdoor harvest games, a photo station and a craft booth – all free.

You can also purchase a ticket to visit Plucky Palomino Petting Zoo or pick up treats and drinks prepared by Trail Youth. This event does not require pre-registration. Please do dress for the weather; fields can be muddy (should we finally see some significant rain!). Check their Facebook event page for more details, directions and the latest updates

Catch The Halloween Train for a Trip to Family Friendly Storytelling!

Weekends of October 15-16, 22-23, and 29-30
Snoqualmie Depot or the North Bend Train Depots

The Northwest Railway Museum invites you to join the spooktacular fun of this season’s Halloween Train excursions.

Your hauntingly good time includes a decorated train ride while you sit back to enjoy the changing autumn colors on your ride through the scenic upper Snoqualmie Valley! Begin your 2-hour, round trip experience at either the historic Snoqualmie Depot or the North Bend Depot, where you board the Museum’s historic coaches and travel to enjoy the breathtaking view from the top of Snoqualmie Falls to the river valley below.

Halloween Train excursions include a stop at the Train Shed Exhibit Hall, which includes family-friendly Halloween storytelling and apple cider pressing demonstrations. Costumes are encouraged, and all children will receive a small prize! Ticket prices are: $30/adult, $15/child (ages 2-12), & $25/senior (age 62+).  Tickets are available at:

Carnation Farms Annual Fall Market

Saturday, October 15th, from 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
28901 NE Carnation Farm Road
Carnation, WA 98014

Carnation Farms will host its annual Fall Market from Noon to 4 pm in the farm’s historic hippodrome at 28901 NE Carnation Farm Road.

The market will feature gift and crafts booths, specialty foods, food trucks, and music throughout the afternoon, including Canadian Folk/pop stars The Paperboys from 3 pm to 4:30 pm and the Gypsy jazz sounds of Pearl D’Jango from 1:15 to 2:30 pm. Jazz guitarist Michael Powers will open the music showcase starting at Noon.

With 18 vendors on site offering everything from Wooly Bear Knits to Seattle Salt Blade hand-crafted meats to the delectable cheese sandwiches from The Cheese Pit, visitors will surely experience a delectable and delightful fall harvest afternoon in the Cascade foothills.

For more information about the Fall Market, check out the website at, call 425-844-3100 or email

YMCA Community Event – Fall Family Festival

Saturday, October 22nd from 5:30–7:00 pm
35018 SE Ridge Street
Snoqualmie, WA 98065

Experience all things fall and see the Y transformed at this year’s Fall Family Festival. The fun will include crafts, games, and more! Costumes are welcome.

This event is free and open to the community.

Registration required:

More info: Jessica Hopkins

Snoqualmie Ridge Trick or Treat

Saturday, October 29, 2022, from 3-5 pm
Center Blvd on Snoqualmie Ridge

Put on those costumes, grab the family – including your furry family members – and join the Halloween fun along Center Blvd on Snoqualmie Ridge Saturday, October 29, 2022, from 3-5 pm.

Kids can trick-or-treat at local businesses. Pets can strut their stuff at our first annual Halloween pet parade. Other family-friendly activities also await attendees.

The City of Snoqualmie looks forward to seeing the community as its annual Halloween festivities return for 2022.

Church on the Ridge 19th Annual Happiest Halloween Event

Monday, October 31st, from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Various outdoor locations in the Snoqualmie Ridge neighborhood and Church on the Ridge
35221 SE Douglas Street
Snoqualmie, WA 98065

Church on the Ridge (COTR) began serving the Snoqualmie region in 2004, offering weekly gatherings for adults, kids and youth and serving Snoqualmie with events like Red, White & Boom and Breakaway VBS.   

In 2003, COTR produced the first Happiest Halloween event by offering a horse-drawn carriage and single canopy tent distributing Krispy Kream donuts to the families of the mere 700 homes on the Ridge at that time.

Since then, the event has grown, and this year’s 19th annual celebration includes two (2) Fun Zones inclusive of ten (10) opportunities for fun, photos, and of course, candy.   

Five (5) of their “Attractions” are outdoors, while five (5) are indoors.  

Fun Zone One OUTDOORS (various addresses listed):

  • Star Wars – 34093 Ridge St. -Boba Fett, Darth Vader, Storm Troopers, & more.
  • Pirate Ship – 7233 Douglas Avenue SE -Scallywags & Candy Plunder.
  • Hall of Heroes – 34719 Curtis Drive – Wonder Woman, Green Arrow & more.
  • Princess Castle – 7402 Curtis Drive -Rapunzel, Belle, Beast, Anna, Kristoff & more.
  • Jungle Cruise – Hayride – Load/unload adjacent to the Princess Castle

Fun Zone Two INDOORS (35221 SE Douglas Street- aka Church on the Ridge):

  • Pokémon –Ash Ketchum, Pikachu & Poke’Ball
  • Minions – Bob, Kevin & Gru
  • Monsters, Inc. – James P. Sullivan (aka Sully) & Mike Wazowski
  • The Gift –Just a touch of Christmas – Nutcrackers and Elves.

This is a community event produced by Church on the Ridge at no cost to attendees.

For the most up-to-date information and maps, visit or Facebook Event

Trick or Treat Street Downtown North Bend

Saturday, October 29th, from 3:00 – 5:00 pm
Various Locations Downtown North Bend

The North Bend Downtown Foundation is excited to announce the 5th Annual Trick or Treat Street event on Saturday, October 29th, from 3:00 – 5:00 pm. The NBDF is dedicated to creating family-friendly fun for the community!

Pumpkins are starting to pop up, and businesses and houses will soon be decked with cobwebs and fake spiders! The community is invited to come for some Halloween fun trick-or-treating with our downtown businesses. 

Ghosts, goblins and princesses will take to the streets to collect treats from participating businesses, enjoy entertainment and take spooktacular photo ops! This event is FREE.

Business staff is invited to showcase their creativity with costumes and “spookify” their storefronts (and win cheezy prizes!) Categories: Best Dressed Employee Team, Spookiest Business, and People’s Choice Best Costume.

Participating merchants are ready to welcome masked visitors to their shops! Please be sure to bring your weatherproof bag for treats. Visit the NBDF website for more info:

This event was brought to you by the North Bend Downtown Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit organization.

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