Bring your kids in costume to Amber Salinas Photography, located above Glazed & Amazed at 514 Main St., and receive 2, 5 x7 photos for $20.
The Edmonds Museum at 118 5th Ave. N. becomes a Haunted Museum. Stop by and see the spook-tacular exhibits.
– Local merchants will be providing treats along Main Street and Fifth Avenues during the 6th annual Halloween Extravaganza sponsored by the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce. Streets will be blocked off for children’s safety, simplifying travel between stores.
– Green Halloween Edmonds will be hosting a booth near the Fountain at 5th and Main, offering a variety of healthy treats and fun activities, including a recycle toss with prizes provided by My Edmonds News. Green Halloween is a Puget Sound-based national movement to make Halloween more healthy for children and more sustainable for the planet.
– The Edmonds Boys & Girls Club, located at 310 6th Ave. N., will feature a witch telling her favorite stories, face painting, dancing, crafts, games and activities and prizes.
The Edmonds Boys & Girls Club will sponsor Teen Night with games and activities.
And once Halloween is over, Edmonds dentist Michael Hrankowski and the staff at Edmonds Woodway Dental Care will be offering their annual Halloween Candy Buy-Back program to local children, paying $1 per pound. Candy Buy-Back dates and times are from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Nov. 1-3 and Nov. 8-10. Edmonds Woodway Dental Care is located at 21810 76th Ave. W., Ste 102. For more information, call 425-775-3446 or visit www.IMakeYouSmile.com.