West Seattle Halloween 2013: Costumed visitors at Fire Station 32

October 30, 2013 at 5:18 pm | In Holidays, Triangle, West Seattle news | 6 Comments

The location of the Bright Horizons-West Seattle child-care center right across the street from Seattle Fire Department Station 32 in The Triangle presents some opportunities – including this one: A costume parade.

More photos ahead:

Don’t know if Little Red Riding Hood was anywhere nearby, but the Big Bad Wolf had his own sheep in tow:

Of course there were tiny firefighters too, like the one at left below:

Excellent family photo opportunity:

Also a good chance to learn about their friendly neighborhood firefighters

BHWS says this is the third year they’ve done this, with about two weeks required to get all the logistics arranged!

6 Comments

  1. This is wonderful!

    Comment by Bridgette Griffith — 6:06 pm October 30, 2013 #

  2. Adorable!

    Comment by Rachel C — 6:58 pm October 30, 2013 #

  3. It’s why kids love Halloween, parents, too, and even grandparents, like me. It’s fun.

    Comment by David — 3:49 am October 31, 2013 #

  4. So cute!!!

    Comment by Grandma & Grandad — 6:11 am October 31, 2013 #

  5. Seeing the little ones in costume, especially my own Connor, make my Halloween birthday so special. The “trick-or-treaters” are just adorable and precious! Halloween is for the children and such a joy to us “oldies!”

    Comment by Evelyn Karlovits — 8:50 am October 31, 2013 #

  6. Kudos to the fireman for participating! I know my twins had a blast and loved climbing around the firetrucks! Way to go guys!

    Comment by wendy neary — 8:59 am October 31, 2013 #

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