Interested in celebrating Halloween locally this year?
Columbia City is once-again hosting its annual Halloween event in the main business district complete with trick or treating, lots of adorable kids, and Geraldine’s Annual Halloween Costume Contest. As always, the competition is fierce.
The Rainier Valley Post also has a great overview of the events in the south-end. Be sure to click here to check out the RVP’s full post with links to all the details. Below are the details on just a few on the list.
There are so many fun Halloween events happening right here in the Rainier Valley both this weekend and next. Have fun, stay safe and use the comment section below to tell us what you did. You can even post your “South-End Halloween Scenes” on our Facebook Page. Enjoy!
The Fright On 44th: Columbia City’s free annual haunted house comin’ at you live on Halloween night since the mid-nineties! The Fright (5036 44th Ave. S.) continues to expand by popular demand and even held a toned down pre-show for the little ones this year. Complete with backyard maze with live actors, props, attractions, tricks, treats, and the unexpected. All ages welcome but parental supervision is recommended. #BOO!
Trick or treat in Columbia City: This is a fun, safe, annual trick-or-treat event in the heart of the Columbia City business district and sponsored by the Columbia City Business Association (CCBA). Look for orange and black balloons from 3 to 6 pm on Fri., Oct. 31, to identify participating businesses. Don’t forget to say, “Trick-or-treat, smell my feet, gimme somethin’ good to eat!” I mean, “Thank you!”
Lantern Walk in Cheasty Greenspace/Mt. View: Based on traditions and cultures from all over the world that see the deepening darkness of Autumn as an invitation to shine our own personal light even brighter. Co-sponsored by The Makery and New Rainier Vista’s Seattle Housing Authority. Scheduled for Sat., Nov. 1, from 5:30 to 6:30(ish). Lantern making events are even in the works!