Halloween Happenings in Snoqualmie & North Bend

Get your costumes ready for Halloween happenings in Snoqualmie & North Bend at the following fun and free events. Safety protocols will be followed.

Halloween in Downtown Snoqualmie

Saturday, October 30, Noon – 3 p.m. Historic Downtown Snoqualmie

Wear your costume and stroll along Railroad and Falls Avenues in Historic Downtown Snoqualmie. Look for the orange balloons to collect treats at participating businesses.

Halloween on the Ridge

Sunday, October 31, 1-4 p.m. Center Boulevard, Snoqualmie Ridge

Stroll by local businesses along Center Boulevard for candy and treats. Costumes encouraged! 

Happiest Halloween at Church on the Ridge

Sunday, October 31, 6-8 p.m. 35221 SE Douglas Street

A not-so-scary, family-friendly event for all ages featuring photo opportunities with some of your favorite characters and plenty of candy. Learn more.

Halloween Train – Northwest Railway Museum

Weekends: October 16-17, 23-24, and 30-31

Experience a 2-hour excursion to the top of Snoqualmie Falls, pausing for a view of the lower Snoqualmie River Valley. Return to the Railway History Center for a 30-minute stopover with seasonal activities and Train Shed Exhibit Hall visit. Ride to North Bend followed by a return to Snoqualmie. Costumes encouraged and kids will receive a small gift. Masks required. Learn more.

Si View Harvest Festival-Si View Community Center & Park North Bend

Saturday October 30th, Times: 12-1:15pm, 1:30-2:45pm, 3-4:15pm

Registration for the Annual Harvest Festival is now open. Their focus this year is safe and engaging family fun. While event layout will look a bit different, including both indoor and outdoor areas to space out participants, many of the perennial favorites are back – such as the petting zoo, pumpkin decorating, carnival games, haunted house and prizes.

A timed ticket entry system has been implemented, be sure to order your tickets in advance, as no on-site sales will be available. Register each child “player” for wristband access to all event activities during your chosen session time. Adults accompanying a registered child do not need to register for a wristband, but due to limited capacity, please reduce your group size to include no more than two adults per registered youth player. Come dressed for the weather and remember to bring and wear your mask.

Trick or Treat Street-Downtown North Bend

Saturday October 30th, 2-6 pm

Enjoy live music and trick-or-treating in downtown North Bend with your local merchants, friends and neighbors! Begin your Halloween weekend by trick-or-treating with participating businesses and nonprofits in downtown (and surrounding) North Bend. Collect treats, stop for spooktacular photo ops and enjoy LIVE MUSIC with Sheyenne Leonard and The Latona Family Band outdoors, at 116 W North Bend Way. Find out more here.

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