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From pumpkin swims to Triple-G haunted house, discover lots of spooky fun in the Snoqualmie Valley

Autumn Dukich, Caden Kimball and Danielle Newcomer are cloaked for haunting the Night on a Dark Trail, planned for Friday, Oct. 28, on Snoqualmie Ridge. - Seth Truscott/Staff Photo
Autumn Dukich, Caden Kimball and Danielle Newcomer are cloaked for haunting the Night on a Dark Trail, planned for Friday, Oct. 28, on Snoqualmie Ridge.
— image credit: Seth Truscott/Staff Photo

There is plenty of spooky and family-friendly doings afoot in the Snoqualmie Valley on Halloween weekend.

Teens, young children and grown-ups can find something to do in several neighborhoods, including:

Si View pumpkin patch swim

Si View Community Center in North Bend hosts three different events for a variety of ages.

Just like the drive-in, but wetter, Si View’s Dive-In Movies event and Pumpkin Patch Swim is 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 28, at the Si View Pool.

This event is suitable for all ages, but children age 6 and younger should have an adult in the pool with them.

Families are encouraged to register at (425) 831-1900. Cost is $5 per person. Space is limited.

Si View’s Triple-G  Haunted House

The scary version of Si View Haunted House runs 6 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29, at the Community Center.

Enter at your own risk! This event is rated 3G for gory, gruesome and graphic, and is not recommended for the very young. Admission is $3. For additional information about Si View Metro Parks programs and activities, call (425) 831-1900 or visit www.siviewpark.org.

Night on a Dark Trail

Night on a Dark Trail is 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 28, on Snoqualmie Ridge.

The trail starts at the east parking lot of the Trailside Building, located at 35131 S.E. Douglas St., three buildings down from the Snoqualmie Police Station.

The trail is appropriate for ages 10 and older.

Admission is a suggested donation of $6. Proceeds benefit the Mount Si Helping Hand Food Bank.

A Jack O' Lantern Festival, with a carving and public display, is 3 to 6 p.m. The event includes a hay maze and dance performances.

Learn more about Night on a Dark Trail at http://nightonadarktrail.weebly.com/.

Kokopelli haunted garden

Come to the Kokopelli Korpse Tour of Terror for the scare of your afterlife! The event, a fundraiser for the Riverview Youth Council, is 7 to 9 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 29, at Kokopelli Gardens, 14520 284th Ave. NE, Duvall.  Walk through twisting paths in the dark of night while your greatest fears come alive. The event is designed for young teens and older, so leave the little ones at home. Admission is $5.

Red Oak Residence trick-or-treat

Enjoy safe trick-or-treating, 5:30 to 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 31, at Red Oak Residence of North Bend, 650 East North Bend Way.

Snoqualmie Treat Harvest

Bring the little ones to the annual Treat Harvest, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday, Oct. 31,  in Historic Downtown Snoqualmie.  Children age five and under can wear costumes and gather treats from store to store. Look for the balloons at participating merchants.

Fall City carnival

The Fall City Masons host their first annual Halloween Carnival, Sunday, Oct. 30, at the Masonic Hall, 4304 337th Place S.E., Fall City. Come in costume and bring your own pumpkin for carving at 4:30 p.m. The event also includes raffles and prizes.

Admission is $5 per child or $25 per family. Adults are free with an accompanying child. Bring an item of non-perishable food and get $1 off admission to help the Fall City Food Pantry. Proceeds help the Fall City Masonic Hall building fund. The carnival is appropriate for children ages 3 to 11.

To learn more, call F.J. Schumacher IV at (425) 533-9634 or e-mail to mason-fjsiv@trashmail.net.

Moose parties for grown-ups, kids

The Snoqualmie Valley Moose Lodge hosts a Halloween Costume Party & Dance for adults, 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29. The night includes a costume contest and music by The Little Hurricanes

Then, at noon Sunday, Oct. 30, the Moose hold a Children’s Halloween Costume Party & Carnival, open to all young people.

The day includes a complementary lunch, costume parade, carnival games and prizes, face painting, animal balloons and a cakewalk.

Snoqualmie Valley Moose Lodge is located at 108 Sydney in North Bend, in the green brick building at the corner of Sydney and North Bend Way. For information, call (425) 888-0951.

Treats at the outlets

North Bend Premium Outlets celebrates Halloween from 5 to 8 p.m., Monday, Oct. 31.  Many stores will have goodies for trick or treaters, young and old alike.

Fall City Arts film party

Fall City Arts will present its third annual community Halloween party, potluck dinner and film screening, 5 to 9 p.m., Monday, Oct. 31, at the Masonic Lodge in Fall City.  The film is “Alone,” directed and produced by Fall City youth Samantha Jensen and Ethan Seneker. The movie will be shown every half-hour.

People are invited to bring a dish to share for the potluck or stop by during their trick-or-treating for an evening of food, music, and socializing.

Donations to the food bank will also be collected.

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