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Looking for something to do in Auburn over Halloween weekend?

Auburn has several options for the whole family.

Here’s a list of events happening this Halloween weekend in the Auburn area.

• Halloween Harvest Festival at Les Gove Park: This event goes from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30, and will feature games, carnival rides, punch and trunk or treat. This is a free event for kids ages 2 and up. Learn more on the Explore Auburn website. The White River Valley Booseum will also be open to the public on Saturday, Oct. 30, with free admission. Guests can walk through the decorated museum with the lights off and might even get the chance to see a ghost.

• D Street Lights: D Street Lights is a DIY Halloween exhibit created by the neighborhood on D Street in between Auburn Way South and 10th Street. It is open to the public every day throughout the week. Visitors can walk or drive down the block and enjoy the decorations and installations created by the neighbors.

• Outlet Collection Candy Crawl: The Outlet Collection mall of Seattle is holding its fourth annual Candy Crawl on Sunday, Oct. 31, in partnership with REVIVE. Kids can trick or treat at various stores within the mall. Kids and parents can take costume photos, play games and more from 3 to 5 p.m.

• Pacific Raceways Trunk or Treat: Pacific Raceways is holding its annual Trunk or Treat festival for people of all ages. Pacific Raceways is expecting 200 decorated vehicles to show up to the event. Every kid will be given a free bag of candy at the event.

• Auburn Avenue Theater: Two performances are scheduled for Halloween weekend. On Friday night, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” will be playing with a shadow cast at 7:30 p.m. Audience members are encouraged to dress up for the costume contest and participate in the show. On Saturday night, the theater is hosting an ‘80s Night with Pat Benatar tribute band Invincible! and Blondie tribute band Sunday Girl. You can purchase tickets on the Auburn Avenue Theater website.


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