Fun Family Halloween Events on Bainbridge Island!

Spooky-Creatures-300x284Spooky Walk 

Saturday, October 28, 2017, walks beginning at 3:30 p.m.

Bloedel Reserve 

TICKETS: Only available through West Sound Wildlife Shelter click here to purchase 

Animal handlers will give you an up-close look at spooky and nocturnal creatures and explain each animal’s unique characteristics. Participating past animals included an opossum, a vulture and an owl.

Walks leave every 10 minutes and guests should purchase tickets for selected time slots. Afraid of the dark? Select an earlier walk. Like things extra-spooky? Choose one of the later times. Either way, please bring a flashlight to help maneuver your way along the paths.

 

 

haunted hayride flyer 2017Haunted Hayride

Battle Point Park

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, October 23-25

  • Rides leave every ten minutes starting at 6:00pm. (Arrive at least ten minutes prior to your scheduled time.)
  • $7 (includes tax) ages 3 & up; 2 and under free.
  • Registration required for your ride. Activity #541000.

Ride through the “haunted” pumpkin-lined trails of Battle Point Park, where ghosts, zombies, mummies and even historic figures emerge from the shadows. Make crafts and play games before your hayride and warm up afterwards with cider and cookies. This is a not-too-scary family friendly event. Event happens rain or shine. No Refunds. Parking off of Battle Point Road.

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Trick-or-Treat Bainbridge Downtown

Tuesday, October 31st | 4-6pm 

Winslow Way merchants join the festivities as thousands of masked superheroes, pirates, fairy princesses, and storybook characters descend on downtown for two hours of Halloween fun. Winslow Way will be open for pedestrian traffic only during the hours of 4-6 pm, with Bainbridge Island Police officers and members of Kiwanis and Rotary Clubs on hand to provide additional traffic management and crossing safety for little trick-or-treaters.

Spooktacular events are set throughout downtown, as shopkeepers up and down Winslow Way will be open to greet ghouls of all ages! The City of Bainbridge Island will once again be opening City Hall for trick-or-treaters.

Many thanks to this year’s sponsors: the City of Bainbridge Island and Cook Family Funeral Home & Cremation Services.

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DIA DE LOS MUERTOS – A MEXICAN CULTURAL TRADITION HONORING AND WELCOMING HOME THE SPIRITS OF DECEASED LOVED ONES

This special event is sponsored by our very own Agents Jennifer Saez & Susan Lorenz!

Week long community celebration starts:

Saturday, October 28

  • 10:30-11:30am – Opening presentation, public remembrances and offerings.
  • 11:30am-2pm – Face painting, papel picado (cut paper), and tissue paper flower activities in the classroom. Sample Mexican hot chocolate and pan de muerto. Themed lunch menu available for purchase in the Bistro while supplies last.
  • 11:30am-6pm – Hosted ofrenda: public contributions to the altar.

Thursday, November 2

  • 4-6pm – Observation of Dia de los Muertos Holiday at the ofrenda.

October 29 – November 5 

  • 10am-6pm – Ofrenda/altar open to the public.