HALLOWEEN: Westwood Village cancels trick-or-treating; Grace Church adds movie to trunk-or-treating

With Halloween now less than two weeks away, we’re continuing to spotlight what is, and isn’t, happening:

WESTWOOD VILLAGE: As with The Junction and The Admiral District, this annual business trick-or-treating is canceled, the center’s management announced today. They’re having an online photo contest instead – details here.

GRACE CHURCH: The church at 10323 28th SW is having a Fall Festival on Halloween, with afternoon drive-thru trunk-or-treating followed by a drive-in movie:

Grace Church Fall Festival – Trunk or Treat and Drive-In Movie Showing of Monsters, Inc.

3 pm – 5 pm, Drive Thru Trunk or Treat, 5 pm – 7:30 pm Drive-In Movie

Join us for the 2020 Grace Church Fall Festival! Stop by the Drive Thru Trunk or Treat for candy and spooky delights and then come back for a fun, family-friendly drive-in movie experience at 5 pm! The People’s Burger food truck will be on site providing food for purchase beginning at 4pm.

Price: Free – Grace Church will be collecting non-perishable food for donation to the White Center Food Bank upon arrival.

Where do I get tickets? Tickets are required for the Drive-In Movie and can be reserved here. No tickets required for drive-thru Trunk or Treat

Other details and safety measures:

Food for purchase will be available from The People’s Burger food truck. Masks are required when you are outside of our vehicle.

Candy will be available via a socially distant car drop-off. Trick or Treat!

P.S. We’re still collecting decoration locations to launch a list later this week! westseattleblog@gmail.com with or without a photo – thank you!

8 Replies to "HALLOWEEN: Westwood Village cancels trick-or-treating; Grace Church adds movie to trunk-or-treating"

  • Jen October 19, 2020 (4:31 pm)

    Just so everyone is aware google Grace Church Seattle to get the scoop on their anti LGBTQ stance we don’t support organizations that spew hate, google and make your own conclusions as always! 

    • Jen October 19, 2020 (4:36 pm)

      Meant to say google West Seattle Grace Church and Katy Faust to get the full information on their anti LGBTQ stance and sermons. 

  • NemosMom October 19, 2020 (6:38 pm)

    I hope everyone wears their masks at their Fall Festival because we drove past Grace Church late Sunday afternoon and not one person 25 plus was wearing a mask. Sad to see.

  • River October 19, 2020 (9:15 pm)

    Sounds like a great idea!  Way to step up Grace Church and create a fun event for families in our community.  

  • E October 20, 2020 (9:38 am)

    They are allowed their beliefs. No matter HOW offensive they are to ME or to others.  If we don’t like their stance/ideas/beliefs on  things, we don’t have to go to their “Trunk or Treat” 

    • Hmmm October 20, 2020 (1:11 pm)

      Thank you E for commenting in this way. I agree. Grace is a church and are entitled to their beliefs just like everyone else. I did my research about them and only found Katy to be a bible believing human who also founded an organization advocating for children’s rights, needs and voices. Also, just because you google something doesn’t mean it’s factual. Keep that into consideration. 

  • AlienRex October 21, 2020 (9:17 am)

    CDC puts “trunk or treat” in their “high risk activity” category: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/holidays.html#halloweenBe smart, be safe.

  • Tiea October 23, 2020 (9:33 am)

    Drive thru trick or treating? Genius!! Such a great idea. We don’t even have to leave the car which lessens contact. I’m impressed. 

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