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Looking for some Halloween fun? Look no further, as North Bend’s popular Trick- or -Treat Street returns for spirited family fun on Saturday, October 30, 2021, from 2 – 6PM.
After a one-year pandemic-related hiatus, Trick-or-Treat Street is back and bigger than ever, with over 40 participating downtown North Bend businesses, live music, LOTS of candy and ample time for community re-engagement.
Put on your costume, grab your family and head downtown. The concept is simple: wander along downtown sidewalks, spot the signs for participating businesses, and collect treats on your outdoor stroll.
You can enjoy live music and also find some spooktacular photo ops. No registration is necessary for this free community event.
Local businesses have many fun tricks and treats planned for you and your family, and will welcome all manner of ghosts, ghouls, and other Halloween spirits.
This year the event is extended by two hours and will be held in tandem with Si View Park’s Harvest Festival, which runs from 12-4PM, for double the seasonal fun.
Participants will collect treats outdoor in front of businesses. Masks are still required as social distancing may be difficult to maintain and many of our younger ghouls and goblins are not yet vaccine eligible.
Keep up with Trick-or-Treat Street on the Facebook Event Page and on DiscoverNorthBend.com.
Note: Due to a King County Health Order that begins on October 25th, if participants choose to enter local businesses during the event, some businesses may be required to verify proof of vaccination or negative Covid test. Businesses subject to the new health order include restaurants, gyms, and theaters. Learn more about the King County Health Order HERE