Shivers to be sent up Seattle

October 24, 2012 by  

A two-day Halloween Festival event coming up in Seattle will offer daily activity programming that focuses on the greatest things based on the horrific holiday, including costumes, witches, pumpkins, and ghosts. It offers fun family frights in a safe environment.

During this weekend festival, participants are encouraged to wear a costume, although full-face masks are not allowed at this venue for safety reasons. To kick off the event, there will be a special presentation of a story called ‘Pumpkin Patch in Discovery Bay’, followed by a costume parade, a smashing monster-mash dance party, a campfire (complete with terrifying tales), and the ‘Art of Sounds’ – where people will discover the sounds made by everyday things as they move around the natural environment.

Continuing the spooky theme, there will be haunted handprints, a pumpkin hunt, a plant circle, and Halloween Storytime later on. Most of these activities are designed for children between the ages of 10 months and 10 years old and will be presented by age category.

Poster printing and flyer printing by local print companies may have been used to advertise and promote this eerie event to residents of this community and surrounding areas. Admission is free with admission to the Museum and no registration is required.

The Halloween Festival will be held on Saturday, October 27 and Sunday, October 28 from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm at the Seattle Children’s Museum located at 305 Harrison Street in Seattle, Washington. To learn more about the events, times, and age groups, please visit the Seattle Children’s Museum website and calendar page, or call Jennifer Ross at 206-576-2322.