Halloween Happenings: Murder Mystery Dinner, HalloweenTown, Downtown Trick-or-Treating, NEW Night on Dark Trail date Added

Boo! As the days tick down to Halloween, there’s some fun happenings on tap around the Snoqualmie Valley over the next week.

And remember – after your kids collect ALL that candy, the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA will once again be hosting a Candy Buy Back program. It runs November 1st – 7th at the YMCA. After your kids finish trick-or-treating, they can donate some of their candy to military troops. Kids can put as much of their Halloween candy as they’d like into different level prize bowls, and will receivea prize according to how much they donate. The Y will then take all of the candy to USO Northwest, who will mail the candy to troops overseas.

IMPORTANT: If you’re new to Snoqualmie and live on a main street – stock up on candy. Homes on the main streets of Snoqualmie Ridge have historically gotten hundreds of trick-or-treaters. Good Luck!!


The Ungrateful Dead-A Special Halloween Celebration, October 27th

Murder Mystery Dinner Theater is back at the Woodman Lodge. Join Events on the Edge Productions for a ghoulish good time and a special ‘Ungrateful’ Dead Halloween celebration, complete with a 3 course dinner and an interactive evening full of improvisational comedy, mystery, manifestations, psychics, psychos and screams…of the Un-dead.

If you have ever wanted to accuse your friends and family of a crime, or set them up as a murder suspect behind their back, now is your chance. It’s guaranteed that someone will be leaving in handcuffs.

Theres a costume contest, too. Come dressed in your favorite costume. Dust off those old Halloween costumes that you have worn every year since grade school. There will be a costume contest with prizes so get creative. (Dress up is encouraged but certainly not required.)

Show starts at 7pm. Doors open at 6PM. Ticket holders will get to take advantage of happy hour until 7pm. Tickets  are available at the Woodman Lodge or online HERE.  Cost is $78 and includes dinner.  A 10% discount is offered on in-house ticket purchases of 5 or more.

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Treat Harvest in Historic Snoqualmie, October 28th

Grab the kids and head to downtown Snoqualmie for some trick-or-treating fun. Look for the balloons at participating businesses from 10AM – 1PM. Fun for children of all ages!

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HalloweenTown – October 28th

It’s back and it’s still only $5!  The Mount Si High School Choir program is happy to bring back an Autumn favorite– HalloweenTown is back and better than ever – will all the planning, building and details handle by choir students.

On Friday evening, October 28th from 5-8pm, the young ghouls and goblins of the Valley are welcome to the Mount Si High School Auditorium for lots of INDOOR harvest fun.

Costumes are encouraged for this youth-friendly event and there will be a photo booth to capture memories.  As always, the haunted house can be adjusted to your scare level.  And if scary houses aren’t your thing, there will be lots of other fun events like face painting, carnival games, a cake walk music,crafts and more.  You can even come hungry and grab some delicious, hot Frankie’s pizza for dinner, available to purchase from the Choir Boosters.

All proceeds will go to the Mount Si Choir Program to assist with travel expenses and other needs of the entire choir student body.  We have a lot of great travel opportunities again this year and look forward to representing the Snoqualmie Valley throughout our state and beyond.

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Night on a Dark Trail – NEW date added, October 29th 

After a storm forced a cancellation of opening weekend, organizers added one more date for the 2016 season to help Snoqualmie Valley residents get their fun scare on. Dare if you will to hit the dark trail on an abandoned RV camp site – on theEast Campus of the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital District (old Leisure Time Campground site) at 34500 SE 99th – right across the street from the hospital near I-90.

Adults and children are $13.00 per person to walk the entire trail. Tickets are available at the ticket booth on site. Cash, Visa and Mastercard are accepted. VIP FAST PASS is available for an additional $7.00. With VIP you bypass the general line to a shorter VIP line. (Last weekend saw long lines and many trail-goers said the VIP pass was worth it!

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Snoqualmie Casino – CarnEvil Patry (Adults only)

The Snoqualmie Casino is hosting its CarnEvil party on Saturday, October 29, from 9PM to 1AM Doors open at 8PM. It happens carnievelin the Snoqualmie. Attendees must be 21 years of age or older.

There will be lots of music and drink specials along with a Halloween-inspired photo booth and a costume contest, where guests can enter to win the top prize of $1,000.

Tickets to CarnEvil are $20 and can be purchased at www.snocasino.com/entertainment or in person at Snoqualmie Casino’s box office. Tickets will be available for purchase on the day of the event, pending availability.

 

Comments

  1. Glass and Bottle will also be offering some fun activities at our spot on Friday, Saturday, and Monday. Costumes encouraged! For all of those 21+, join us for delicious cocktail, wine, and beer specials. Happy Halloween, everyone! Stay safe out there!

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