Budget Matters Policy Summit
October 2, 2019
Northwest African American Museum

Railroad and Reunion Days
October 5, 2019
Granite Avenue
Downtown Granite Falls

13th Annual Twilight XC Invitational
October 5, 2019
Cedarcrest Golf Course

36th Annual Hole in the Wall XC Invitational
October 12, 2019
Lakewood High School

Snohomish River Run 5K & 10K
October 12-13, 2019
Stocker Fields

Edmonds Art Walk
October 17, 2019
Downtown Edmonds

9th Annual Nordic Fair
October 19, 2019
Stillaguamish Grange
Stanwood Camano Fair Grounds

No Homeless Kids Benefit Breakfast
October 22, 2019
Lynnwood Convention Center

Hometown Halloween
October 26, 2019
Olympic Avenue
Downtown Arlington

32nd Annual Puget Sound Festival of Bands
October 26, 2019
Everett Memorial Stadium

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk
October 26, 2019
Snohomish County Campus Plaza

Monster Mash Halloween Ball
October 26, 2019
Marysville Opera House

6th Annual Snohomish Zombie Walk
October 26, 2019
117 Glen Street
Downtown Snohomish

Halloween Trick-or-Treat Night
October 31, 2019
Downtown Edmonds




Football (Seattle)
Baseball (Seattle)
Minor League Baseball (Everett)
Hockey (Seattle)
Hockey (Everett)

UW Huskies
Washington State Cougars



October 4, 2019
Low Tide
Sometimes Always Never
Memory: The Origins of Alien

October 11, 2019
Lucky Day
Gemini Man
The Addams Family

October 18, 2019
Jojo Rabbit
The Lighthouse
Zombieland: Double Tap
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil

October 25, 2019
Black and Blue
The Current War




10 Best Outdoor Halloween Decorations to Spellbind Every Trick-or-Treater

These boo-tiful Halloween ideas will make your home the talk of the town.

1) Bookish Outdoor Halloween Decorations

Haunting book jackets make for a spine-chilling entrance. You can easily make these yourself using construction paper, some letter stencils, and a bit of gold craft paint.

Make the Books:Cut long, thin rectangular pieces of differing colored kraft paper or construction paper (we used red, gray, and black). Draw titles of books on the paper. Outline letters with gold paint pens. Fill in outline with paint pen or gold acrylic paint. Attach to door with double- sided tape.

2) Pumpkin General Store Porch Decor

This fully outfitted “mercantile” (of the front porch variety) features all your favorite general store standbys—penny candy, checkers games, homemade honey and jams—but in pumpkin form! Your trick-or-treaters won’t be able to get over the creativity of this setup.

Make Pumpkin Checkers: Paint 32 squares on a large (roughly 30-inch) wood board with burnt orange craft paint. Use mini white and orange pumpkins as game pieces.

3) Broom Halloween Door Decorations

Pay homage to everyone’s favorite Halloween character with this fun idea. All you need are a few vintage brooms and a witchy attitude to make it happen!

Assemble the Brooms: Drill a small hole in the handle of two large outdoor brooms. Hammer five small nails in front door. Hang two brooms, right sides up, through holes. Hang a third large broom and two small “witches’ brooms” by threading the bristles over the remaining three nails.

4) Recycled Jar Jack-o’-Lanterns

Got some old spaghetti sauce jars lying around? Then you’re halfway to creating this adorable vignette.

Get the tutorial at Not So Idle Hands.

5) Monster Halloween Front Door Decor

Kids will get a kick out of this DIY scowling monster.

Get the tutorial at Modern Day Moms.

6) Outdoor Halloween Lanterns

An array of festive lanterns will create a warm and welcoming effect for guests.

Get the tutorial.

8) Pretty in White

Spooky black-and-orange decorations aren’t your thing? Try this pretty alternative: Place white chrysanthemums and ornamental cabbage in cream-colored apple baskets on your front lawn, and surround with white pumpkins and gourds. (Note: For a similar look minus the danger, lanterns and jack-o’-lanterns should always be lit with battery-operated lights, like these LED votives.)

9) Bat-Filled Front Door

These felt bats are easy to make and ensure your house looks extra spooky. All you need to do is trace a bat shape onto a piece of felt and cut it out. Repeat until you have a swarm of them!

10) Pumpkin Greeting

Spell out your greeting in mini pumpkins gathered on your porch.

Step 1: Pencil letters on hollowed pumpkins (carve out the opening from the bottom).

Step 2: Using a drill with a half-inch bit, bore holes to form each letter.

Step 3: Hang strings of Christmas-tree lights, gathered in small bunches, to illuminate each pumpkin (unscrew bulbs where the string descends to the next row).


Vertical World 
Mukilteo Lighthouse Park 
Wallace Falls State Park 
Glacier Lanes Restaurant & Lounge 
Imagine Children’s Museum
Monroe Historical Society & Museum 
Blackman House Museum 
Ski Washington 
Ten Hikes in Snohomish County
Scuttlebutt Brewing Company
Angel of the Winds Casino
Snohomish Golf Course
Battle Creek Golf Course
Future of Flight Aviation Center
Flying Heritage Collection 
Xfinity Arena
Evergreen Speedway
Granite Falls Historical Museum 
Historic Everett Theatre
Boulder River Waterfall
Spencer Island 
Outdoor Adventures
Canopy Tours – Ziplining
Flowing Lake Regional Park
Snohomish Public Golf Club