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Halloween Happenings – Events near you

Halloween themed parties and events around Clark County

VANCOUVER — It’s Halloween, and if you don’t fancy walking around in the rain the whole night, we thought we should let you know about a few alternatives.

Here are some Halloween themed events and parties happening in Vancouver and the surrounding area tonight:

Halloween Hangar at Pearson Field Education Center

From 6 to 9 p.m., Pearson Field Education Center behind Pearson Air Museum, will be hosting a Halloween party for young children and families.

Admission is free and there will be indoor and outdoor activities, weather permitting. The flight simulators, airplane cockpit, scary science experiments, and bags of Halloween candy while supplies last.

For more info and location information, visit Pearson Field Education Center’s website.  

Grant House Halloween Party

From 6 to 10 p.m., The Eatery at the Grant House restaurant on Officers Row, will be throwing a classy Halloween Party for adults 21 and over.

The Eatery at the Grant House on on Officers Row will be hosting an adult Halloween party this year, with appetizers and pumpkin carving contests. Photo by Jacob Granneman
The Eatery at the Grant House on on Officers Row will be hosting an adult Halloween party this year, with appetizers and pumpkin carving contests. Photo by Jacob Granneman

Admission is $50 at the door, or $45 online. The ticket includes 2 drink tickets, unlimited appetizers and dessert bites, one raffle ticket for a giveaway, live music, as well as pumpkin carving and costume contests.

For more info on the party, or to purchase an admission ticket online, visit The Eatery’s website.

The Eatery at the Grant House on on Officers Row will be hosting an adult Halloween party this year, with appetizers and pumpkin carving contests. Photo by Jacob Granneman
The Eatery at the Grant House on on Officers Row will be hosting an adult Halloween party this year, with appetizers and pumpkin carving contests. Photo by Jacob Granneman
Spooky decorations start to fill The Grant House, as the restaurant prepares for their adult Halloween Party. Photo by Jacob Granneman
Spooky decorations start to fill The Grant House, as the restaurant prepares for their adult Halloween Party. Photo by Jacob Granneman

 

Bootacular Halloween Event at the Vancouver Mall

From 5 to 7 p.m., children 12 and younger can trick-or-treat on the lower level of the mall.

Admission is free, and games and crafts will also be available. Stores that are participating in the trick-or-treating will have candy signs in their windows.

For more details, visit the Vancouver Mall event page.

Halloween Fun Fest on Main Street in Battleground

From 4 to 6 p.m., there will be safe community trick-or-treating on Battlegrounds Main Street, east of SR-503.

Participating businesses will have an orange jack-o-lantern in their windows. Kids and families are welcome, and Battleground Police Officers will be there handing out prizes as well.

There will also be a  Fright Night community Halloween party for kids at the Battleground Community Center, down the street.    

For more info, visit the Battleground Chamber of Commerce website.

Scaregrounds at the Clark County Event Center

Tonight, and through Nov. 3, Scaregrounds Haunted House Scream Park will be open from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Clark County Event Center at the fairgrounds.

Admission is $25 for adults and $18 for kids 13-years-old and younger. There are rides, food, and three new scary haunted houses.

For more information and group ticket prices visit the Scaregrounds website.

 

From all of us at ClarkCountyToday.com, have a Happy Halloween, and stay safe!

Halloween themed treats for sale at the Clark College bakery. Photo by Jacob Granneman
Halloween themed treats for sale at the Clark College bakery. Photo by Jacob Granneman
Students get their faces painted in spooky ways at Clark College on Halloween as part of the Halloween On-Campus. Photo by Jacob Granneman
Students get their faces painted in spooky ways at Clark College on Halloween as part of the Halloween On-Campus. Photo by Jacob Granneman
Halloween themed decor adorns the clark College bakery. Photo by Jacob Granneman
Halloween themed decor adorns the Clark College bakery. Photo by Jacob Granneman
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Jacob Granneman

Jacob Granneman is a filmmaker and writer from Clark County. He is a recent graduate of Washington State University’s Edward R. Murrow College, where he studied media production. He has produced documentary stories all over the Pacific Northwest and in Argentina. His passions range from loving people, to cinematography, to going on adventures in the most beautiful place on earth, i.e. his backyard. He lives with his wife in Vancouver, WA.

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