October 21, 2002 Events

Northwest NEWS

October 21, 2002


Halloween fun for ghosts and goblins


Rob and Kyle Vermeulen created this fabulous, up-side-down scarecrow in the front yard of their Duvall home. Photo by Ria Vermeulen.
   Woodinville Parks and Recreation and the Northshore YMCA invite Northshore area junior high school students to a Halloween dance Oct. 26 from 8-11 p.m. at the YMCA,
   Students should wear Halloween costumes. Prizes will be awarded.
   Also featured at the event will be dancing with music by a DJ, snacks, contests, games and more. School IDs will be checked at the door. Admission is $5. This will be a "lock in" event.
   Adult/parent volunteer chaperones are needed. For more information, call Cole Caplan at (425) 398-9327 or colec@ci.woodinville.wa. or visit the City website at www.ci.woodinville.wa.us.
   The City of Bothell will host its annual Safe Halloween Thursday, Oct. 31, from 5-7 p.m. on Main Street. Featured at the event will be trick-or-treating and more free family fun.
   For more information, check www.ci.bothell.wa.us/departments/publicworks/parks/commevents.html or call (425) 486-3256.
   Cougar Mountain Zoological Park will host a Halloween party from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m Oct. 31.
   Events during the day include a scavenger hunt, animal pumpkin treats and guessing games. Come in costume. For details, call (425) 392-6278.
   Remlinger Farms is celebrating a Fall Harvest Festival on weekends through Oct. 27 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. A 5-acre maze provides adventure and education focused on the wildlife habitat.
   In addition there will be pumpkins, 500 scarecrows, and 25 rides. Call (425) 333-4136 for details.
   The third annual Sunday in the Park - Halloween Extravaganza, Seattle Art Museum's fall celebration, will be held on Sunday, Oct. 27, from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the future Olympic Sculpture Park site located at the corner of Broad and Elliott Streets in Downtown Seattle.
   SAM's Sunday in the Park - Halloween Extravaganza is a collaboration with the Seattle Aquarium and the Waterfront Neighborhood Businesses' Trick or Treat on the Waterfront.
   Sunday in the Park features hands-on art-making activities, live artist-in-action installations, pumpkin carving demonstrations, music by the Barbed Wire Cutters, puppet shows, Halloween treats, pony rides and lots of surprises. Local artists and art educators will involve visitors in creating art installations and interact with families on several hands-on art activities.
   Tickets to Sunday in the Park - a Halloween Extravaganza - are $5 a person and can be purchased on-site at the Seattle Art Museum or through SAM's Box Office by calling (206) 654-3121. Tickets can also be purchased on site.