Penny Antics: online event; 7 p.m.,
You know that one horror movie when they reveal the call was coming from inside the house? And we collectively freaked out? Well, online Haunted Bingo is along the lines of that — the bingo game will indeed be coming from inside your house! Pop some corn, put your phone on silent (please reference “Scream” for the importance of that here) and start some Haunted Bingo. To participate, you’ll Venmo $5 that will go into a pot the bingo winner will receive and choose a charity/organization to donate to. You’ll log on and create your bingo card, and then the spooky festivities will begin, because the world’s not scary enough — we also need haunted bingo!
BAM-O-WEEN To Go!
Bellevue Arts Museum: 510 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue; 11 a.m.–4 p.m., free, ages 4-10
Looking for something fun to do on Halloween with your little guys? Bellevue Arts Museum is taking their Halloween Bam-O-Ween event to a new level by preparing 2,000 at-home creepy craft kits for contactless pickup. The museum will also host two Halloween art inspired activities with additional resources to make sure everyone can participate in the spooky and artful. Costumes are highly encouraged and masks are mandatory. Ghosts, goblins and ghouls are all welcome, especially any between ages 4-10 years old. This Halloween might look a bit different, but Bam-O-Ween is sure to be a great time for everyone, especially your ghosts, goblins and ghouls!
The Museum of Fright
The Museum of Flight & Boeing Academy for stem Learning: 9404 E Marginal Way S, Seattle; 11 a.m.– 4 p.m., $0-25 admission (children under 4 are free), all ages
Sure, many of us are scared of flying for a few reasons these days; in other news, the Museum of Flight is transforming into the Museum of Fright with a Halloween twist. Halloween games and activities will be sprinkled across the museum’s galleries. Some of the activities are Mad Scientist Experiments, Ghoul Hunt and Spooky Stories! Costumes are highly encouraged for all visitors with their mandatory masks. Visitors in costume will get 20 percent off in the museum store!
Capitol Hill Pride March & Rally: 925 E Pine St., Seattle; free, all ages
On Halloween and the first night of Dia De Los Muertos, communities will gather to remember those who have passed and the spirits that continue to guide and inspire us. This year has been filled with unimaginable loss, and while there is nothing to make that easier, we can aim to remember and honor the losses. Attendees are encouraged to bring electric tea-light candles and come prepared with face masks. Among those being remembered are George Floyd, John Lewis, Breonna Taylor, Summer Taylor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, John T. Williams, Charleena Lyles and many more.
Yoga for BIPOC
8 Limbs Yoga Center: online event; 5:30–6:30 p.m., $0-20
This class is intended for only Black and Indigenous people and people of color (BIPOC), focusing on mental, physical and emotional health and taking up the space they need to do so. The price is on a sliding scale with all proceeds going to Feed the People Community Kitchen. The class is for people at any level, so whether you’re advanced in your practice or just starting out, don’t be shy! If you are not BIPOC, there are other classes offered at the link above as well. May we all find peace where we can.
Calendar compiled by Michelle Galluzzo. Got something we should know about? Email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for calendar submissions is nine days prior to the date of publication.
Read more in the Oct. 21-27, 2020 issue.