One Blue Ridge family has grown some pretty awesome pumpkins. John says that he got the pumpkin seeds last year at the Puyallup Fair and grew four giant pumpkins in Snohomish. “Getting them back to Ballard was another matter!” The largest one weighs in at 320 pounds. With Halloween less than two weeks away, we […]
Photos from Halloween happenings in our surrounding neighborhoods: – Trolloween in Fremont draws a big crowd, turns into parade – Lil’ monsters and fairies hit The Village in Magnolia – A ghoulish afternoon on Queen Anne Ave.
A couple hundred families took to Market St. and Ballard Ave. this evening.
Businesses handed out candy to kids of all ages as part of Central Ballard’s annual (and very popular) trick-or-treating event.
Lots more photos follow below…
We’re building a special Halloween section here on My Ballard, complete with photos of decorated houses, scary costumes and cool pumpkins. Have a photo to share? Event to add? Please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Individually wrapped candies, plastic costumes that end up in the land fill, and large parties that make mother nature cringe are all part of the Halloween tradition. Until now. Tonight, the Ballard CoolMom group is hosting a workshop on how to make your Halloween a little more earth-friendly. The founder of Green Halloween will be […]