Halloween event planned? Please let us know ASAP!

jackols.jpgExactly four weeks from tonight, it’s Halloween! We’ll be publishing our special page of Halloween/harvest-season events/activities soon, so we’re sending out the request tonight: If you have a seasonal event planned, open to the public, at your business, school, church, etc., please let us know. E-mail the what/where/when (etc.) basics to editor@westseattleblog.com ASAP – even better if you have a weblink and/or Facebook link to info about it (not mandatory, though). As with all event-calendar listings, we request that you send the info as plain text, NOT as a Word/PDF/image attachment. Thanks!

2 Replies to "Halloween event planned? Please let us know ASAP!"

  • Alki Resident October 3, 2013 (10:55 pm)

    Although my kids are a bit older now and tend to trick or treat without us parents anymore and choose their friends, Im a bit worried about these recent predators in our area who’ve not been caught nor identified.
    It’s important that we as parents keep a close watch on them this year due to the fact these creepers may be in costume or in a car trying to lure a child with candy. I know it’ll be a little bit more easy for a kid to accept candy from a stranger on Halloween versus any other day. Please be careful.

  • Mel October 4, 2013 (12:58 am)

    I totally agree with Alki resident… Very scary!!! I would recommend going to the “trunk or treat” at the Grace church or harvest festivals around the neighborhood. This is where my kids and family members go to. Fun and safe events:) be safe out there fellow neighbors :)

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