WEST SEATTLE HALLOWEEN 2017: Admiral District’s new trick-or-treating plan

New plan this year for trick-or-treating in The Admiral District – merchants will welcome trick-or-treaters on Halloween – Tuesday, October 31st:

Admiral District merchants of West Seattle are proud to announce the return of the annual “Trick-or-Treating” event for 2017. This year the Admiral District “Trick or Treating” event will occur on Halloween, giving families the opportunity to trick or treat in a safe environment on the holiday itself. This long-standing Admiral neighborhood tradition has grown in popularity each year, and continues to be a West Seattle family favorite.

Trick or treating in the Admiral District is 100% volunteer-supported by the businesses operating near the intersection of Admiral and California Ave SW. Each year, local businesses give back to the community by providing a safe place for trick-or-treating. Find your favorite costume, grab the kids, and come out on Tuesday October 31st to join in on this popular West Seattle event!

Participating merchants will display the sign you see atop this story.

P.S. The annual WSB Halloween guide – not just Halloween itself, but also the special events leading up to it – will go live this weekend; if your organization/business/etc. has a public Halloween/harvest/fall-festival-type event, please send us the information ASAP if you haven’t already – editor@westseattleblog.com – thank you!

5 Replies to "WEST SEATTLE HALLOWEEN 2017: Admiral District's new trick-or-treating plan"

  • Gina October 5, 2017 (12:28 pm)

    Good plan!

  • Debbie October 17, 2017 (11:30 am)

    Hello!  How do I see the WSB Halloween Guide?  I can only find last year’s?  

    • WSB October 17, 2017 (11:40 am)

      Not done yet – it’s been harder than I expected to round up all the info this year – I’m hoping to have it in reasonable shape within a few hours. Sorry!

  • Debbie October 17, 2017 (2:17 pm)

    No worries.  I obviously assumed user error.  Haha.  Thank you SO much!  

  • West Seattle parent October 25, 2017 (9:36 pm)

    We preferred it on the Friday afternoon before the 31st.  Gives a reason to play it down on the actual day, especially if a school night.  

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