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Outside Activities in October

here is an introduction to some fall activities in Snohomish County
Paris Guerrero
This house is getting ready to celebrate Halloween this year on OCtober 19th, 2023. As you can see there’s not only pumpkins but there’s a clown projector, tombstones and spiders on the ground.

Outside activities in 2023

Looking for some fun activities in Snohomish county? 

With the fall season coming up, leaves starting to fall, weather starting to change, and Halloween coming up, we start to look for fun things to do with our families and friends. Some of these activities include pumpkin patches, corn mazes and haunted houses.

The weather in Lake Stevens is mostly cloudy, rainy and cold. Occasionally there will be some sun coming through but it’s very rare when the weather is hot here. I myself think that the weather is all over the place here; usually around this time of year it’s very cold and foggy in the morning and in the afternoon there will be blue skies and some sunshine but not enough for it to get very warm. As you know, Halloween is right around the corner and there are many fun things to do here to celebrate this holiday. I strongly recommend checking the weather before you go to pumpkin patches and such. From personal experiences, me and my family have gone to pumpkin patches in the past years and we didn’t check the weather and it started pouring down rain on us. 

There are many popular pumpkin patches here in Snohomish County. Carleton farms is a good choice, it’s off of Sunnyside Road in Lake Stevens. This pumpkin patch has a lot of different and fun attractions.The weekend activities are from Friday, Saturday and Sunday, the times are Friday from 3-6pm and saturday-sunday from 10am-6pm. The activities for kids include hayrides, corn mazes. Game zone, kids korral, paintball gallery, apple guns, jump pad and kids bucket train. Some of the activities do require a ticket, so make sure to keep that in mind when going. The prices vary depending on what day you go. Weekend pricing is $15 dollars per person (entry fee only) and $25 dollars per person- entry +3 tickets so you can participate in other activities. Food, animals. Market concessions and you get to pick your pumpkins is also available here. Generally, it’s common to pick a pumpkin at a pumpkin patch instead of buying it at the store. Some pumpkin patches tend to have a theme or they have festive themed activities like corn mazes. Another great option is Bob’s Corn, a pumpkin patch located in Snohomish,  Wa. It’s open from 10 AM-7 PM daily. This pumpkin patch has many fun attractions such as Kylie’s country kitchen, night maze, bob’s corn and pumpkin farm country store, 12 acre corn maze and  u-pick pumpkin patch. For a fun time with your family head on over to Bob’s Corn this October. 

 If you’re  looking for something to do on a cold fall day with your family head over to the Lake Stevens annual harvest market! The harvest market is a market where they sell a variety of things such as fall produce, flowers,gifts, art, food and so much more! The Lake Stevens harvest market is at North Cove Park on October 21st from 11 AM-4PM. If you want to support local small businesses, farmers and makers make your way over here. Everett Mall is hosting an annual trick-or-treat event this year, this event is on Saturday October 28th from 3PM-4PM. In order to attend you have to purchase online tickets so i would recommend booking with time, this is also a no cost event. There will be face and body art from 3PM-4PM for face paint! Enjoy some Halloween tunes from the Evergreen Community Orchestra while you gather your candy.



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Paris Guerrero
Paris Guerrero, journalist
hi, my name is Paris Guerrero. this is my first year at Cavelero and i am a 9th grade journalist here. some things that i enjoy doing are spending time with my family and going shopping. outside of school i enjoy cooking, spending time w my dogs, and listening to music.

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