What are your weekend plans? This is the last week of October, so let’s send the month outta here with a bag–full of Halloween candy and treats! If you are looking for some fun local events and things to do in the Yakima Valley, we’ve got this weekend’s lineup.

You will find quite a few trunk or treat events in places like church parking lots and inside small business shops. Check out some live music from some happening bands or the symphony. Sip on some hoppy beer at local breweries. Explore local cultural gems and attend high-brow events. Share your love for Sasquatch at Bigfoot Con or cheer on the slow pitch tournament games.

For a complete list of weekend events with all the links, addresses, and times, click the Visit Yakima link here.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27TH

Bigfoot Con at Legends Casino Hotel: 6-9pm

Bigfoot Con at Legends Casino Hotel
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Live Music Fridays at Kana Winery: 7-10p

Live Music: Last Fridays at YVC Vinters: Noon-7pm

Prime Rib Fridays & Clam Chowder Day at McGuire’s Irish Pub: 5-9pm

Top Rope Course Class at High Steppe Climbing Center: 6-7pm
See here for fee prices.

Halloween at Hop Country Bar & Grill in Moxee: 8-Midnite
Costume contest $100 gift card to 1st place winner!! $50 gift card for 2nd place. HCBG swag for 3rd place!! Food and drink specials. Karaoke. Prime rib sandwich, $1 wings, and Halloween drink specials.

Downtown Grandview Local Businesses Trunk or Treat: 6-8pm

WIAA Slow Pitch Tournament at Gateway Sports Complex: Begins at Noon

WIAA Slow Pitch Tournament at Gateway Complex
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Trunk or Treat at Mak Daddy on Summitview: 6-8:30pm

Halloween at Wilridge Vineyard: Noon-6pm
Get 10% off your wine purchase if you wear a Halloween costume (all weekend long).

Bale Breaker: High Camp Winter IPA Beer Release Party: Noon-9pm

High Camp Winter IPA Release Party
Bale Breaker Brewing Company via FB
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Halloween Party at Single Hill Brewing: 8:30-11:30pm
DJ Squish Squash will be on the 1s and 2s.

Halloween Party & Pumpkin Carving Contest at Adelia Wine Cellars: 5-9pm

Live Music at Outskirts Brewing Co. 7-10pm

Fright Nights at Union Gap Corn Maze: 7pm

Haunted Tents: Family-Friendly. Cash Donations are accepted.

Haunted Tents in Yakima
Haunted Tents via FB
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SATURDAY:

  • Halloween Trolley
Haunted Trolley Yakima Valley Trolleys
Haunted Trolley Yakima Valley Trolleys via FB
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  • Halloween at Elk Ridge Campground
Elk Ridge Campground in Naches
Elk Ridge Campground in Naches via FB
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  • Racing Rascals Halloween Havoc in the Desert
Racing Rascals QMA
Racing Rascals QMA via FB
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  • Dia de Los Muertos at Valley Mall
Dia de los Muertos Yakima
Yakima Morelia Sister City Association via FB
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  • Hello Fall Market at The Tap
  • Marketplace Monster Mash at Rotary Pavillion
Monster Market Mash at the Rotary Pavillion in Yakima
The City of Yakima via FB
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  • Museum Masquerade with Treveri Cellars
  • Phantom of the Opera Music at Yakima Symphony Orchestra
Phantom of the Opera Music at Yakima Symphony Orchestra
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  • Nightmare Before Christmas at Skateland
Nightmare Before Christmas Roller Skate Night
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  • U-Picks and Pumpkin Patches
  • Halloween Ride at Whitman Hill Winery in Zillah

SUNDAY

  • Sunday Bubble Brunch at Treveri Cellars and Sports Center
  • Dia de Los Muertos at Mighty Tieton
  • Surf n Turf Sundays at Bob's Burgers and Brews
Surf & Turf Sundays at Bob’s Burgers and Brew
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  • Open Mic Night at North Town Coffeehouse
  • Kids Painting Party at 5th Line Brewing
  • Movie Nights at Chainsaw Cat
Sunday Movie Nights at Chainsaw Cat
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  • Yakima Valley Big Band Upbeats Concert Series at Central Lutheran Church

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