Now thru November 2ndTrick or Treat House Display & Food Drive Trick or Treat Street – 2236 East Blaine Street
Drop by day or night to visit the Skeleton Pirates & Captain Blaine’s Treasure at Trick or Treat House in the Hauntlake Cemetery. Please consider making a canned food donation which may be placed inside the Graveside Red Treasure Chest or left on the front steps. On Halloween night, legend says Captain Blaine’s buried treasure will be revealed to neighborhood Trick or Treaters along with goodies and surprises handed out Phil Angeez & Skull (James & Don).
Friday, October 28th
Join neighbors for a bewitching night at Montlake Community Center’s the annual Halloween Carnival! The fun night will be filler with music, carnival games, face painting and plenty of tricks & treats for the whole family. Costumes are encouraged but not required. The Center will be accepting canned food to donate to a local food bank. $3 per person, $10 per family of 4
Sunday, October 30thMontlake Family Coop Halloween Party Montlake Community Center 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Jim Roe, a Montlake resident who was dedicated to serving the community, passed away unexpectedly in June of 2015. To honor Jim and share his love of reading, his wife Martha Cohen has built a Little Free Lending Library in front of their home. Please join Martha and friends for a small celebration of Jim and the Little Free Lending Library.
Halloween – Monday, October 31st
Montlake Blvd Market 3:00 – 8:00 pm
5:00 pm – $10 Pizzas
It’s $10 pizza night at Cafe Lago – perfect for families to enjoy a pre – trick or treating pizza dinner.
Have a Safe & Happy Halloween!
Montlake Community Club