Did you, like me, have such a busy weekend that you missed most, if not all of the three million trunk or treat events happening all over the Yakima Valley? Don’t sweat too hard, because we have a list of Trunk or Treats you can take your kids to today (Monday, October 30)!

Know of any others not on our list? Send us the info below.

SUNNYSIDE TRUNK OR TREATS

Sunnyside Police Department’s Trunk or Treat

S 6th St, 5-8pm

Sunnyside Police Dept Trunk or Treat
Sunnyside Police Dept
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Cassie’s Closet Trunk or Treat

505 S 7th St, 2-7pm (Also on Halloween Night)

Cassie's Closet Trunk or Treat in Sunnyside
Cassie's Closet
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WHITE SWAN TRUNK OR TREATS

 

Trunk or Treat Nightmare on Signal Peak Road

The Kruger Den, 620 Signal Peak Rd, 6-8PM

The Kruger Den Trunk or Treat in White Swan
The Kruger Den
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YAKIMA TRUNK OR TREATS

 

OIC Trunk or Treat

OIC Excel Youth Center, 10 N 9th Ave, 4:30-8pm (Street parking along Willow St.)

OIC Excel Youth Center Trunk or Treat
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Apple Valley Dental Trunk or Treat

4309 W Nob Hill Blvd, 5-7pm

Apple Valley Trunk or Treat
Apple Valley Dental
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Eisenhower High School Trunk or Treat

South Parking Lot, 4-6pm

Eisenhower High Trunk or Treat
Eisenhower High School
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TOPPENISH TRUNK OR TREATS

 

Toppenish Renaissance Booster Fall Carnival

Buy 2 tickets for $1
104 Goldendale Ave, in the AJ Strom Gym, 5-7pm

Toppenish Middle School Fall Festival
Toppenish Middle School
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Yakama Nation Health & Human Services Trunk or Treat

Yakama Nation RV Park, 280 Buster Rd, 1-5pm

Yakama Nation Trunk or Treat
Yakama Nation
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HALLOWEEN NIGHT TRUNK OR TREAT EVENTS:

Click here for a list of Halloween Night activities in the Yakima Valley, including events at the Toppenish Pool and the Safe Haven Community Center, Roosevelt Elementary Gym in Granger, dozens of Trunk or Treats in Yakima including Tamaki Law and Rainier Square, Tieton City Park, the Sunnyside Community Center, Terrace Heights, and Prosser.

SEE ALSO: Over 70 Halloween Trunk or Treats and Activities Happening in Yakima Valley This Halloween Weekend

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