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Blog  ·  October 31 2018

Trick or Treat in Tacoma

Proctor District

The long time community tradition of Proctor Treats is quite the event. The locally owned shops and businesses in the Proctor District of North Tacoma host trick or treating. Neighbors from near and far come to walk around between N. Proctor Street - N. 25th to N. 28th Street with bags at the ready to be filled by the locally owned shops and businesses in the Proctor District of North Tacoma. The local police and fire department even man the closed roads between N. 26th Street - Adams to Madison to ensure everyone has a safe trick or treating experience. And when you’re done there, be sure to visit the surrounding neighbors homes, you’ll find plenty of houses decorated and handing out candy!

Fircrest

Tucked between Tacoma and University Place is the quaint City of Fircrest. There are tons of cute houses all decked out for the occasion and at the ready for trick or treating. And if you need a little warm up the Fircrest Community Center is hosting their annual Pumpkin Patch - for children ages 10 and under, $1 to enter and you can enjoy carnival games, prizes and more!

Stadium District

The Stadium District has plenty of local businesses that are ready for you to trick or treat with them. And once youre done making the rounds there, head off to Yakima Avenue to check out all the cool historic homes.

Lincoln District

The tight knit community in the Lincoln District, like Proctor has plenty of locally owned family businesses ready and welcoming to all trick or treaters. See the list of participating businesses. There’s also a spooky house decorated like a cemetery on 48th and Fawcett that’s ready and waiting for you too!

Trick or Treat Indoors

The forecast for the area is calling for a 70% chance of rain on Halloween night. If being cold and wet isn’t enjoyable for you (don’t blame you!) there are places to go. The Tacoma Mall, South Hill Mall in Puyallup and the Capital Mall in Olympia all host trick or treating.

Sumner

If you live in Sumner, you probably already know that they love their community events and Halloween is no different, so get ready for the Street of Treats! Sponsored by the downtown merchants and the City of Sumner. This annual event is open to everyone and the city closes the streets to create a safe experience for trick or treaters. So go show off your costumes and collect those treats!

Have a Safe and Happy Halloween!!!