Local Burien Events for Halloween 2018

October 12th, 2018 by

Local Burien Events for Halloween

Looking for local Burien events for Halloween 2018? 
With Halloween quickly approaching, the time has come to start thinking about how your family will celebrate the holiday! For families with younger children, it can be difficult to balance the excitement of Halloween with the reality of bedtime, especially when the holiday falls on a weeknight. Our local community will be hosting two great events the weekend before Halloween, including trick-or-treating and fun bonus activities! Read on to learn more about the Halloween 2018 events in Burien and West Seattle.

Boo in Burien

Check out Boo in Burien on Saturday, October 27. It’s a fun community event that’s fit for families. This year’s edition will include safe trick-or-treating in the downtown Burien area, kids’ crafts, a costume parade for dogs, wiener dog races, and a kids’ haunted house, all in the early afternoon. Boo in Burien will take place on Saturday, October 27, 2018 from noon to 4 PM in Olde Burien. For more information, check out the Boo in Burien page on the Discover Burien website.

West Seattle Junction Harvest Fest

The Harvest Fest in the West Seattle Junction will be held on Sunday, October 28. With a multitude of fall- and Halloween-themed activities to celebrate Halloween 2018, there’s something for everyone to enjoy! Merchants and booths will be handing out candy for kids starting at noon.

Other activities at the Harvest Fest include:

  • Games
  • Crafts
  • Activities
  • Root Beer Garden
  • Applepalooza (apple tasting and voting)
  • Harvest Farmers Market
  • Chili Cook-off
  • Costume Parade
  • Kids Pumpkin Pie Eating Contest

The festivities will take place on Sunday, October 28, 2018 from 10 AM until 2 PM along California Ave in West Seattle. For more information, visit the Harvest Fest page on the West Seattle Junction website.

Celebrate Halloween 2018 in the Local Community

With two activity-packed events in our area to celebrate Halloween 2018, your family can enjoy the holiday on the weekend, without needing to stay out late. Stay tuned to our blog to learn more about events coming up in our local community as we head into the holiday season!