Halloween is Wednesday and there are more trick or treat options than just going door to door in your neighborhood.
All day long, children are welcome to trick or treat at businesses along Main Street downtown.
And from 5-7 p.m. the churches along Lewis Street have “Trunk or Treat” in which kids can get treats from volunteers.
Don’t miss some of the Sky Valley’s most spook-tacular Halloween homes; be sure to drive by 169th and Snoqualmie Lane, and the intersection of Foothills and Copper Roads.
There are also many decorated homes in The Foothills and The Farm, some on Calhoun Drive and along 229th in The Summit.
After Halloween, take extra candy to Sweet Indulgence, the candy store next to Ben Franklin, and donate it to care packages for soldiers overseas. The orthodontist office of Richard Chan will also buy candy back from kids at $1 per pound, up to 10 pounds. Bring it to 622 W. Main St. in Monroe. Kids must be accompanied by an adult.
Also, Sunday, Nov. 4, don’t forget to turn your clocks back one hour and change the batteries in your smoke detectors