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Spooktacular Events in Snohomish County

Spooktacular Events in Snohomish County

Get ready for a month full of spooktacular events in Snohomish County! From September 30 to October 29, we have a lineup of fun, thrilling, and hair-raising events that will ensure a memorable Halloween season. Here is your guide to some of the best Halloween events in Snohomish County.

Snohomish Festival of Pumpkins

Join fellow pumpkin patch lovers in celebrating the Snohomish Festival of Pumpkins. This event promises a delightful feast of pumpkin-themed activities and other family-friendly events. More importantly, it puts seven of our local farmers in the spotlight; and it’s a great opportunity to buy local. Don’t miss out on this quintessential seasonal festival in Snohomish County!


On the 7th and 8th of October, don’t miss out on the Rocktoberfest. This event is organized by the Marysville Rock Club, and you can find more information on their website:

An Addams Family Pug-O-Ween

On October 14th, the Church of Pug presents “An Addams Family Pug-O-Ween”. This unique event is perfect for both pet lovers and fans of the classic Addams Family series. Get more details at

The Running Dead 5k

Get your running shoes ready for The Running Dead 5k on October 28th. This thrilling race will have you running like a zombie, walker, or runner! Sign up for the race at

5th Annual Creeptacular

Also on October 28th is the 5th Annual Creeptacular. This event is a must-attend for those seeking a thrilling night of fun. More details can be found at

Snohomish Zombie Walk

On October 28th, join the Snohomish Zombie Walk. This event promises a fun-filled day where participants dress up as zombies and walk around Historic Downtown Snohomish. You can find more information on their website,

Trunk or Treat on Main

Spooktacular Events in Snohomish

Also, on Halloween day, don’t miss the Trunk or Treat on Main event. And don’t forget to bring a donation for the Mill Creek Food Bank! This family-friendly event features Halloween themed car trunks filled with candy for trick-or-treating. You can find more information at

This Month Will be Full of Frightful Fun! 

Whether you’re looking for a fun family event, a thrilling race, or a unique Halloween experience, Snohomish County has something for everyone this October. So mark your calendars and prepare for a spooktacular month of fun!

Kerriann Jenkins