Two fun annual Snoqualmie Valley Halloween traditions are happening this weekend, both on Saturday, October 21st. If you see lots of little ones roaming in costumes, here’s why.
Snoqualmie Valley YMCA Trick or Treat on the Ridge
From 10AM – 1PM families can join the fun for trick or treating – oh, and a carnival, too. Just pick up a treat collection bag and passport at Key Bank on the corner of Center Blvd and Snoqualmie Parkway to begin your fun, spooky adventure.
Kids can then visit participating businesses on Center Blvd to collect passport stamps and treats. Then finish up adventure at the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA. Turn in your passport for a special treat, play fun carnival games, decorate a pumpkin and play on the bounce houses. This year there’s something new: a haunted house.
Annual Si View Harvest Festival
From Noon to 4PM Si View invites families to come join their ONE BIG DAY of Harvest fun at Si View Park. The festival just keeps growing, and now also includes a Petting Zoo.
Si View Harvest Festival is a rain or shine event with lots to do both indoors and out, dress for the season (costumes are encouraged). Pre-order an all-inclusive activity bracelet to avoid lines at the ticket booth.
Try your luck at CARNIVAL GAMES for prizes; Tour the park with HAYRIDES and visit a PETTING ZOO; PICK A PUMPKIN from the outdoor patch and DECORATE it at the craft station. Come in COSTUME if you fancy to dress up and TRICK or TREAT for surprises.