The free event is on Thursday, October 31, 4:00-6:00 p.m. in the downtown core
Everett, WA – Downtown Everett Association is excited to partner with the City of Everett to present their Second-Annual Downtown Trick-or-Treating on October 31. The community is invited to trick or treat at more than 50 downtown businesses and enjoy a variety of games and activities in Wetmore Plaza. All activities are free.
New additions to this year’s event include a flash mob, coordinated by Just For Kix dance program, and a costume contest hosted by the Bayside Neighborhood Association. The Everett Museum of History’s Haunted Walking Tour is returning for its second year. California Street will be closed between Colby and Wetmore Avenues to accommodate the event’s growth.
Ten businesses are participating in the Teal Pumpkin Project, providing non-food treats to make Halloween safer and more inclusive for all trick or treaters.
For a complete list of businesses participating in Downtown Trick-or-Treating, visit the Facebook event page.
The Downtown Everett Association works to create a healthy, vibrant urban core through advocacy, events and programming, and management of the downtown Everett Business Improvement Area. For more information on the Downtown Everett Association visit downtowneverettwa.org.