Be prepared for an Edmonds Kind of Halloween Thursday
The streets of downtown Edmonds will be transformed into a friendly haunt of ghosts, goblins and other creatively costumed children (and their parents) during annual Halloween festivities that draw thousands to the annual spooktacular.
Here’s the schedule:
The Edmonds Historical Museum at 118 5th Ave. N., will once again haunt its lower level on Halloween night. Enter through the side (alley) entrance and make your way through Edmonds’ eerie past, including the haunted jail cell, train tunnel, forest and more! New features include a spooky Victorian parlor and the Witches’ Café – featuring plenty of ghoulish specials on the menu. Museum volunteers will hand out treats for the kids and offer coffee, courtesy of Walnut Street Coffee, at their Black Cat Café. The museum requests a $1 donation at the door.
- Local merchants will be providing treats along Main Street and Fifth Avenues during the annual Halloween Extravaganza sponsored by the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce. Streets will be blocked off for children’s safety, simplifying travel between stores. Remember to stop by the Fountain at 5th and Main Street around 5:15 p.m. for a “thrilling’ surprise, and look for Driftwood Players volunteers dressed as Alice in Wonderland characters who will be roaming the streets and posing for photos.
Calvary Chapel at Five Corners, 8330 212th St. S.W., is having a Trunk of Treat event. According to a church announcement, “Kids will have a blast trick-or-treating from car to car, playing games, and enjoying lots of candy, in a safe environment. Stop by with your family for an exciting night of fun, prizes, candy, costumes, and free food!”