Halloween events to check out in Seattle this weekend | Whuff News

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🇲🇽 The Día de Muertos Festival 2022 will be held Saturday and Sunday 11am–6pm at Seattle Center’s Armory and Fisher Pavilion. The event will feature face painting, a paper flower making workshop, music, dance, and honoring ancestors through traditional altars. free entry.

✈️ The Aviation Museum will be “The Museum of Fright” 10am–3pm on Sunday. Free for supervised children 17 and younger wearing a costume, $5 for children not in costume, and $10 for adults.

🪩 The Unicorn is having a special Halloween dance party for moms and dads from Sunday at 9:30pm to Monday at 1:30am. 21+. Suggested donation $10.

⛵️ The Center for Wooden Boats invite people to build awesome toy boats, sing sea songs, and steal candy from pirates 3-6pm Saturday. Free entry.

🎤 Trinity Nightclub is having a K-Pop Halloween costume dance party 5pm–8:30pm Sunday. Tickets are open to those 18+.

🎃 Boo-In-Burien bring trick-or-treating, hay rides, and a haunted house to downtown Burien from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday. There’s also a dog costume parade at 3pm, with movie trailers and a stall (for adults) afterwards.

🎉 The Crocodile is holding a Diwaloween event on Saturday, and people are encouraged to either dress up for Halloween or celebrate Diwali. Doors open at 10pm. There is no charge for candy and door decorations, but there is a charge.

🦒 The Woodland Park Zoo will hold its Pumpkin Bash, which includes trick-or-treating around the zoo, on Saturday and Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Activities are free with entrance to the shops.

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