While you can find many of these Halloween/Harvest/Fall Festival/Dia de Los Muertos/etc. events in by-date order on the regular WSB West Seattle Event Calendar page, we have grouped them here by type of event. Got a seasonal event you don’t see here? Please email info to email@example.com ASAP. Thank you!
(Trick-or-treating at West Seattle Junction Harvest Festival – WSB file photo)
OCTOBER 31, HOLY ROSARY: 10:30 am-noon trick-or-treating at Holy Rosary School, all kids 5 and under welcome. (42nd/Genesee)
OCTOBER 31, MORGAN JUNCTION: New “Magic of Morgan” trick-or-treating event, 3-5 pm. Most participants are along California north of Fauntleroy.
OCTOBER 31, WESTWOOD VILLAGE: 4-6 pm trick-or-treating at the shopping center, on Halloween again this year. (2600 SW Barton)
OCTOBER 31, SOUTH PARK: South Park businesses invite trick-or-treaters, 5-7 pm on Halloween. See the list here. (14th/Cloverdale)
OCTOBER 31, THE KENNEY: 6:30-7:30 pm, trick-or-treating at The Kenney (WSB sponsor). “Open to the public. Children up to age 12 are invited to Trick or Treat in our Main Lobby and visit with residents. Fun, Safe, Free, Warm, and Dry!” (7125 Fauntleroy Way SW)
TEAL PUMPKIN PROJECT: Inclusivity for food-allergic trick-or-treaters – info here
(WSB file photo – Thriftway Halloween party)
(corrected date) OCTOBER 31: Toddler Pumpkinpalooza for ages 5 and unde at High Point Community Center, 10 am–noon. “Enjoy age appropriate Halloween games, booths, face painting, arts and craft activities, and snacks.” $5. (6920 34th SW)
OCTOBER 31: 5 pm, Harvest Party @ West Side Presbyterian Church. “On October 31st we’ll be having our annual Harvest Party in Howell Auditorium! As usual, there will be booths set up throughout Howell with games for kids, and, of course, there will be a cakewalk.” Free. (3601 California SW)
OCTOBER 31: “Night of the Living Teens” at Southgate Roller Rink, 6-8 pm:
Join us 6-8 pm on Halloween for live music from local young artists, food, drinks, costumes, photo booth and a good time!
$12 at the door w/ FREE skate rental
6-6:45 The Band THEM
7-7:45 Celeste Flesheim
Co-sponsored by Mode Music Studios (WSB sponsor). (9646 17th SW; WSB sponsor)
NIGHTLY THROUGH OCTOBER 31: ~100 carved pumpkins on display! (5230 SW Dakota)
OCTOBER 31: Meeds Manor Haunted House, 5:30-9 pm, a benefit for West Seattle Food Bank – bring donations. New location this year. (3011 45th SW)
OCTOBER 31: “Morph on 44th,” 5:30-9 pm:
“Halloween Scare and Display, All Trick-or-Treaters Welcome…Parents, Kids, and Doggies, too!
Candy, Non-candy (Teal Pumpkin House), and Dog Treats. House will morph during the day on Oct 31 and come alive at dusk! Warning: Beware of the Scare Zone!” (2747 44th SW)
OCTOBER 31: “Nightmare on 44th“: Animatronics and more in a spooky West Seattle yard. Sunset to 9 pm on Halloween night. (44th SW between Charlestown and Andover)
OCTOBER 31-NOVEMBER 1: Skeleton Theatre will be back with “a remounting of “Ulna 13,” about skeletons in space. The show is about 20 minutes and will loop throughout both evenings. skeletontheatre.com. 6-9 pm both nights. (36th/Hanford)
OCTOBER 31, NOVEMBER 1-2: Nightfall Orphanage, 7:30-10:30 pm. Full details in our calendar listing. (2130 Alki SW)
OCTOBER 31: Halloween show at Parliament Tavern: Into the Cold, The Heebie Jeebies, Billy Joe Show, 8 pm. 21+. (4210 SW Admiral Way)
OCTOBER 31: 2nd annual Gatsby Halloween Party at The Alley, 8 pm-2 am, with live jazz. (4509 California SW, off the alley)
NOVEMBER 1: Halloween weekend show with DEAL at Parliament Tavern, 8:30 pm. 21+ (4210 SW Admiral Way)
DAILY THROUGH OCTOBER 31: Art Glass Pumpkin Patch at Avalon Glassworks in Luna Park: Hundreds of handmade glass pumpkins. Watch live glass-blowing Thursdays-Mondays! (2914 SW Avalon Way)
NOVEMBER 2: Dia de los Muertos cultural presentation at Providence Mount St. Vincent‘s Pigott Chapel, 6 pm:
You are invited to join us in celebrating the lives of our dear ones who have died. For the second year in a row The Mount is adopting the Mexican tradition of Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead. This ages-old custom combines both Aztec and Spanish Catholic rituals for commemorating the lives of departed loved ones. A focal point of the celebration is an ofrenda or altar on which are placed photographs of departed loved ones, their favorite memorabilia and flowers. We hope you can join us for this wonderful celebration! Bring a framed photo (with your name, address and phone# on the back) for the altar.
(4831 35th SW)
One more nudge: If you have a Halloween, Dia de los Muertos, harvest-related (etc.) event and it’s not here, please e-mail info ASAP to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can add it – thank you!