Trick-or-treat trifecta: Admiral, Junction, Westwood Village dates

October 4, 2012 at 4:03 pm | In Holidays, West Seattle news | 4 Comments

It’s a West Seattle tradition times three – business-district trick-or-treating. Today, we have the complete picture of who’s doing what, when:

(WSB photo from 2011 Admiral Treats and Treasures)
ADMIRAL TREATS AND TREASURES: As first reported here last month, The Admiral District’s merchants are presenting this popular event – with a treasure hunt enhancing the treat-collecting – 3-6 pm on Friday, October 26th. Today, Admiral District Business Association president Parris Sadow of Atomic Boys also sent the full list of 47 participating merchants/sponsors:

Click the image to see a full-size view and read the list.

WEST SEATTLE JUNCTION HARVEST FESTIVAL: Also first announced last month, the West Seattle Junction Association and its merchants are expanding trick-or-treating into a full-blown Harvest Festival this year. 10 am-2 pm on Sunday, October 28th, the streets will even be closed (granting an oft-expressed wish from local families) for not just the trick-or-treating, but also a costume parade, fun activities (preliminary list here), and a special West Seattle Farmers’ Market setup in the street.

WESTWOOD VILLAGE TRICK-OR-TREATING: Today we stopped by the shopping center to find out the plan for this year. As usual, merchants will offer trick-or-treating on Halloween itself – 5 to 7 pm on Wednesday, October 31st.

(If you want to get a jump on other Halloween events – we have more than a few listed in the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar – just scroll down the page to browse as far ahead into the fall as you’d like!)


  1. Great to see the streets closed in the Junction this year (finally).

    Comment by Harry Reems — 4:58 pm October 4, 2012 #

  2. Yeah right Westwood Village will be out of candy LONG before 7. In fact 5:30 would probably be more accurate!!!

    Comment by Erik — 5:23 pm October 4, 2012 #

  3. In The Junction, costume parade at 11:30am. Meet at Junction Plaza Park and look for the West Seattle High School Marching Band who will lead the parade! Trick-or-Treat from Noon til 2pm. Note that the event has moved to Sunday. West Seattle Farmers Market front and center on California Ave.

    Comment by Junction Association — 5:43 pm October 4, 2012 #

  4. I’m very pleased about the streets being closed. Last year it was crazy trying to navigate the sidewalks.

    Comment by Cecelia — 8:09 pm October 4, 2012 #

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