Thursday, October 11, 2012

Weekend Wanderings, Halloween Edition - October 26th-28th

The weekly post that provides my readers with all the cool happenings around Seattle for the upcoming weekend.  You will have no excuse to not get out and make memories.

Until Halloween
Nightmare at Beaver Lake – A haunted house and frightening nighttime walk in the park you will never forget.

  • Sammamish, WA
  • Family Scare (7-7:45, nightly) - $10
  • Full Scare (8pm-11pm Friday-Saturday) - $16
  • 21 and over event
  • Free parking off 244th Ave SE, just South of SE 24th 
Through October 28th
Senseless - A Mercer Island Haunted Forest – There are people trapped in the forest, lurking within the shadows.  What stories will they share when darkness falls?  They call out for your help but beware.  If you fail them, you become them; lost on a twisted path, stumbling in blindness, deaf to the sounds of life and forever desperate for someone to touch.

  • Island Crest Park, 5500 Island Crest Way, mercer Island, WA 98040
  • Appropriate for ages 8 and up
  • $15, multiple show times, click here to purchase tickets
Friday, October 26th
Marigold and Mint - Mask Making Workshop – Complete your costume with a woodland-themed disguise courtesy of the mask-making workshop.

  • 6-8pm
  • 1531 Melrose Ave (206-682-3111)
  • Email to reserve your spot (, $30
Friday Night - Sunday, October 26th & 28th
Halloween Festival - Children's Museum – One night of pumpkin carving and then all day festival on Saturday and Sunday.  There are tons of spook-tacular activities planned throughout the day.  Costumes are highly encouraged.

  • Seattle Children's Museum, 305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 
  • Check out the event calendar to see what's going on each hour.
Friday & Saturday, October 26th & 27th
Snohomish Brew Fest – Come out to the cute town of Snohomish for food, brews and tunes.  Tons of breweries will be present.

  • Friday, 6-10PM, Saturday, Noon-8PM
  • Snohomish Center, 506 fourth St, Snohomish, WA
  • $25 for One Day (5 tastes, 4 oz each, and a Brewfest sausage dinner)
  • $35 for Two Days (10 tastes, a Brewfest sausage dinner and a commemorative cup)
I'll be in Texas celebrating the marriage of two of my friends at their Hallowedding reception.  I also get to see my besties!  I wish I could go to the Brewfest, but I'll just have to hear about it from my mom.

Have a great weekend!