A Monster Walk and a trick or treating event are planned for Wednesday, October 31, from 3-5 (check in and trick or treating until 6 p.m.) at Molbak’s, 13625 Northeast 175th Street Woodinville, (425) 483-5000.
Hosted by The Woodinville Influence Magazine, Costco and Molbak’s, bring your little ghosts and goblins to Molbak’s for complimentary hot cider and treats from Starbucks, face painting and a professional photo by Portraits by Carol Hook to capture the moment.
Trick or treat bags, a map of all the businesses participating in the trick or treating and directions to each will be provided.
Plan to walk or drive your children to the businesses.
Josh the Otter from Woodinville Rotary will be joining in the fun.
Robert Platte from Farmers Insurance will be handing out complimentary home organizer software which also features a m.i.l.k Digital Id program for parents.
The Whole Pet Shop will also be having a pet contest during this time, so remember to bring Fido in to get his/her picture taken for the contest. The prize is a beautiful gift basket.
Don’t forget to enter the raffle to win gifts from participating merchants!
Greek Gods Yogurt
Columbia Bank - Woodinville Branch
Barnes & Noble Woodinville
Gentle Dental Woodinville
The Drunken Easel
Goodyear Tire - Woodinville
Dr. Bates DDS
The Whole Pet Shop
Redhook (14300 NE 45th St., Woodinville) will host its Haunted Brewery Bash for those 21 and over (ID is required) Saturday, October 27, at 8 p.m.
The event will feature two floors of entertainment, live music by Rock Steady and a costume contest. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. They are available online at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/275002 or at the Forecasters Pub. For more information: (425) 483-3232.
“From Farm to Festival,” the 2nd annual Snohomish BrewFest, will be held October 26, 6-10 p.m., and October 27, from noon to 8 p.m., at the Snohomish Senior Center, 506 Fourth St, Snohomish. Purchase tickets online at www.SnohoBrewFest.com. All proceeds from this non-profit event benefit the Snohomish Senior Center.
Other events at the Fest include a bicycle cruise and a professional pumpkin carver.
Join the Snohomish Bicycle Committee for either a 10-mile bike ride along the Centennial Trail from the Snohomish Senior Center to Dubuque Road and back or a 20-mile bike ride along the Centennial Trail from Snohomish Senior Center to the Lake Cassidy trailhead and back. Check-in begins at 8:30 a.m.
This family-friendly bicycle cruise is only $25 per rider, or $50 for ride and entry to the Snohomish BrewFest event.
Riders will get early entry into the Fest beginning at 11a.m.
All proceeds from the Cruise benefit the City of Snohomish’s continued success at making Snohomish a Bicycle Friendly Community.
For more information and pre-registration, visit http://www.active.com/cycling/snohomish-wa/snohobrewfest-bicycle-cruise-2012.
On display at the Fest will be the official giant Snohomish BrewFest pumpkin grown by Ron Barker of Sumner and weighing in at over 900 lbs. The giant will be sculpted by master carver Russ Leno. Russ has been carving pumpkins professionally since 1995. The public is invited to come watch Russ sculpt the giant pumpkin on Thursday, Oct. 25, beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the Snohomish Senior Center. Check out http://masterpumpkinsculptor.com/ for photos of Russ’s amazing works.
Wooden Cross Church is sponsoring a family night of fun and information sharing October 28 from 5-7:30 p.m. The evening will include a potluck dinner, pumpkin-carving and ministry fair.