Snoqualmie Valley Halloween Happenings, From Kid-Friendly to Totally Scary!

Snoqualmie RidgeTrick or Treat Event 

Put on the costumes and bring the kids out for a free trick or treat event this Saturday, October 26th from 11AM – 2PM in the Snoqualmie Ridge retail area.trick-or-treat-bags

Kids and families begin their trick or treating at Sno Falls Credit Union inside the Snoqualmie Ridge IGA, where they pick up a trick or treating bag and passport. Follow the passport to participating Snoqualmie Ridge Merchants and collect treats and passport stamps along the way.

Once the passport is complete, kids can bring it to the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA where there will be bouncey houses, pumpkins and carnival games.


Si View View Inn Haunted House

You don’t need to leave the Valley to find a creepy haunted house.  Prepare to get your scare on!

The historic Si View Community Center will be transformed into a Haunted Inn for two nights this weekend, Friday October 25th from 9-11:30PM and Saturday, October 26th from 6 – 8:30PM.  Admission is $4. Students can attend Friday’s homecoming football game at Wildcat Stadium and then head over and prepare to be scared!

This haunted house is NOT recommended for young children.  It is appropriate for adults and middle and high school students who like the thrill of scary haunted houses.  It is recommend that elementary school students wishing to attend should do so with parents.



Lula Ruby Fall Harvest Party

Snoqualmie organic hair salon, Lula Ruby, is inviting local parents and kids to join them for a Harvest Party on Monday, October 28, 2013, form 11AM – 2PM.

Throw on your costumes for a fun afternoon of healthy snacks and party games.  Lula Ruby is located at 7329 Better Way SE, next to Subway.



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