It appears as though Halloween will be more normal this year with many neighborhoods planning to greet Trick or Treaters and many local businesses and entities offering activities too.
Mariposa House will kick off the treating on Friday, Oct. 29, with an event at their location at 81 2nd Avenue; from 1 – 3:30 p.m., with candy treat bags, an outdoor photo booth, and other activities. They ask that everyone wear a mask, easy to do for Halloween, and to social distance. The event is Free and open to the public.
On Friday night Rain of Terror will offer their Haunted Hanger activity at the Quillayute Airport, from 7 p.m. until midnight. The cost is $10 cash, and rated scary!
On Saturday some businesses that won’t be open on Sunday will offer downtown treats. Sully’s will be giving out ice cream cones, the Attic Secondhand Store, and Chinook Pharmacy will also be treating those that stop by.
On Saturday evening it will be your second to last chance to check out the Rain of Terror Haunted Hanger, 7 p.m. – midnight.
On Sunday many downtown businesses will offer Trick or Treating, some all day and others from 4 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. See the poster on this page for participants, locations, and times.
Also on Sunday, drive out to the newly opened Beaver Grocery Store, formerly the Lake Pleasant Store, for their Grand Opening, all day, and Halloween Party from noon – 5 p.m. At 2 p.m. they will make it all official with a Forks Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. Wear your costume, get some treats and get a souvenir Polaroid photo to remember the fun. Perhaps the costumed Beaver will even make an appearance?
Truck or Treat is back, not a drive-through like last year, at the Forks Assembly of God Church parking lot on Huckleberry Lane from 5 – 7:30 p.m. A fun activity for the entire family.
And …from 7 – 11 p.m., the Rain of Terror actors will have a chance to scare you for the last time, until next year. Admission is $10.