WEST SEATTLE HALLOWEEN: Admiral District trick-or-treating

3:36 PM: As previewed last night, West Seattle High School students have joined the Admiral District trick-or-treating lineup this year, with a “trunk-or-treat” arrangement of decorated cars between the southwest edge of Hiawatha and the northwest edge of the WSHS campus. Worth a look even if you don’t want candy!

Otherwise, looks like this year’s participants are mostly along California, both sides of Admiral. More photos in a bit; Admiral trick-or-treating continues until 6 pm.

4:23 PM: Working our way north, above is A Kids’ Place Too Dentistry for Children (WSB sponsor); below, Admiral Bird:

Fun costumes spotted, too:

Tomorrow, two more business-district trick-or-treat events – Magic of Morgan (3-5 pm) and Westwood Village (4-6 pm).

1 Reply to "WEST SEATTLE HALLOWEEN: Admiral District trick-or-treating"

  • Mac October 31, 2019 (1:30 pm)

    Being the first time, it was impressive the number of kids and businesses that were participating. Not just kid costumes but the adults and retailers were looking pretty spooky. Took an hour and a half to make the rounds. Thanks also for the traffic/drivers that were (for the most part) conscientious and patient.  A definite plan for next year.(Was surprised the new PCC ‘owned by the community’ didn’t participate in any way though.)

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