What’s happening in or near Edmonds for Halloween


Here’s a roundup of the Halloween-related events in or near Edmonds:

3-8 p.m.

The Edmonds-based Just Frogs Foundation is hosting a Hoppy Hollo – Ween Be Green Fundraiser at the Just Frogs Toads Too Amphibian Center at 300 Admiral Way, Ste. 104. Kids can create crafts with recycled products and visit with frogs, toads, lizards and spiders. Prizes will be awarded for the best green costumes. Snacks and warm beverages provided; a $2 donation suggested.

4 p.m.
Join the Edmonds Library for a Halloween-themed event for who entire family, featuring “stories, spooks and goblins, oh my!”

4-7 p.m.
The Edmonds Museum at 118 5th Ave. N. becomes a Haunted Museum. Step back in time to 1911, the year Edmonds’ Carnegie Library (now the museum) opened. Participants will make their way through Edmonds’ eerie past, including the haunted train tunnel – a new addition this year. Museum volunteers will again hand out candy, and offer coffee at their Black Cat Café. The front porch will be set up for photographs this year as well. A $1 donation is suggested.

5-7 p.m.
Local merchants will be providing treats along Main Street and Fifth Avenues during the 7th annual Halloween Extravaganza sponsored by the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce. Streets will be blocked off for children’s safety, simplifying travel between stores. My Edmonds News will participate in the Green Halloween Edmonds booth, co-sponsored by Edmonds-based Womentorz, near the Fountain at 5th and Main, offering a variety of healthy treats and giveaways. Green Halloween is a Puget Sound-based national movement to make Halloween more healthy for children and more sustainable for the planet.

Haunted House

The Nile Golf Course and Country Club, located just next door to Edmonds at the intersection of Interstate 5 and Highway 104, continues its haunted house Sunday and Halloween, Oct. 30-31. It’s open to the public and children of all ages. To receive a free gift at the door, wear your costumes any time or “check in” using Facebook on your mobile device. Hours are 5-7 p.m. for Family Fun and 7-11 p.m. for “Full Scare.” Tickets are $10. Visit www.NileHauntedHouse.com for more information and to purchase your tickets online.


  1. Don’t forget the first Annual Edmonds Pumpkin Carving Contest! You can drop off your pumpkins for judging between 12PM and 4PM at 404 Bell Street (North Sound Church). The pumpkins will be on display starting at 5PM at the corner of 4th and Main Street. Bring your creations!

  2. Halloween Photos!!!
    It’s our annual FREE photo night during Halloween – from 4:45 – 7 pm at Coldwell Banker Bain located at 108 5th Ave S.
    Come see “Jack Sparrow and see the Dead Man’s Chest”.

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