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Bring the Kids to Trick or Treat in the Harbor

The Gig Harbor Downtown Waterfront Alliance proudly presents "Trick or Treat in the Harbor" from 3 – 6 pm on Halloween, Thursday, October 31.  To provide a safe area for trick or treating, Harborview Drive will be closed from 2 – 6 pm from Soundview Drive to Rosedale Street, and Pioneer Way will be closed from Harborview Drive to Tarabochia Street. 

“Many of the downtown waterfront businesses, including Finholm, will be open and have candy available for trick or treaters,” according to Mary DesMarais, Executive Director of the Alliance.  “Their generosity towards our local community is something very special, especially when you consider they’ve been doing this for so many years.”  

Numerous activities will be taking place in the area to go along with all the trick or treating:  
At the Skansie House, Harbor WildWatch will be offering a “Spooky Skulls Tour”
Nearby, kids will find Gig Harbor Fire and Medic One on Harborview for a close-up look and an opportunity to meet emergency responders!
Harbor Dance will be on hand in the late afternoon in front of Skansie Brothers Park to put on a “spook-tacularly thrilling” dance number (4:30 and 5 pm)
The Gig Harbor Church of the Nazarene will offer their “Trunk or Treat and Carnival” event.
Paradise Theatre will open their haunted house for the kids from 4 – 6 pm.  Free admission and they promise, “no scares.” (located on Judson Street near 7 Seas Brewing).

For more information, contact the Alliance at 253-514-0071 or at


The Gig Harbor Downtown Waterfront Alliance is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Washington corporation and Main Street™ community, implementing the National Main Street Center’s Four Point Main Street Approach™ in Gig Harbor.  The mission of the GHDWA is to bring together community and waterfront district stakeholders, encourage economic vitality and preserve historic character.