Door-to-door trick or treating can be a lot of fun. It can also be just plain scary. If you don’t know your neighbors, do you really want to take a chance? It might be in your family’s best interest to find a safe alternative.
Safe Trick or Treating 2017 – Local Recommendations
Halloween Festivities 4:00 – 6:00
Madison Park businesses along East Madison Street will be offering sweets for trick-or-treaters, as they do each year for Halloween. Bring your costumed kids to collect candy from the shops and restaurants along the neighborhood’s main drag.
There is no official list of participating businesses, but if you come in costume you’re likely to receive a treat from any stop along East Madison Street—at both retail stretches near the waterfront and in Madison Valley.
Redmond Town Center – More Information
Halloween Tricks & Treats 4:00 – 8:00
It’s a spooktacular affair for all ages! Arrive in costume for an evening of trick-or-treating. Participating merchants will be marked with balloons on their door.
- Costume photos in the Amore Events Photobooth, 4-7pm ($5/print, free digital)
- Springfree trampoline jumping, 4-7 pm (free)
- Tangerine Tales face painting, 4-8pm (free)
- Enjoy Halloween specials at RTC Merchants
- Costume Contest with Prizes
Marketplace @ Factoria – More Information
Halloween Party & Trick ‘r Treat 4:30 – 6:30
Head over to the Marketplace @ Factoria on the 31st for a safe (and dry) evening of trick-or-treating. In addition to collecting treats at participating businesses, kids can enjoy spooktacular music, games and prizes with Warm 106.9 and Marketplace merchants.
City Hall at Sammamish Commons – More Information
Halloween Happening 3:00 – 4:30
Trek through City Hall for a fun, safe, & free Trick or Treat adventure.
Appropriate for all ages. Great for families with younger children.
Thai Ginger Madison Park, Redmond Town Center, Factoria, Pacific Place and Sammamish will have candy and happy hour from 3pm – 6pm, Tuesday October 31st. Stop on by for a spooky treat.