One of many kids’ favorite holidays is quickly approaching. Several local cities are joining in on the Halloween fun through this week and the next.
Kirkland is offering a host of Halloween activities for kids and adults to enjoy. Now through Oct. 31, the city will host three events. On Oct. 26, adults can do their best zombie impression and enjoy a glass of local wine. The Kirkland “Zombie” Wine Walk, from 6-9 p.m., will start at the Heathman Hotel and will let local enjoy social wine tasting through numerous downtown stores to enjoy local wineries and breweries. Tickets will be available at www.kirklanddowntown.org.
Oct. 26 will also have something for the kids, too. The Pee Wee Monster Bash, from 10 a.m.–12 p.m., invites local kids to dodge the weather and the mountains of candy this Halloween season at the annual Pee Wee Monster Bash at the North Kirkland Community Center. Activities will be ongoing, carnival-style, throughout the morning. Visit www.kirklandparks.net for more information.
The Halloween season wouldn’t be complete without Downtown Kirkland businesses opening up their doors to trick-or-treaters on Halloween night. There will be various Halloween activities for kids to participate in throughout Downtown Kirkland from 3-6 p.m.
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