Princess Leia poses with a Storm Trooper in 2015. Going out? Your friends will find your lack of a costume disturbing (File Photo).

Princess Leia poses with a Storm Trooper in 2015. Going out? Your friends will find your lack of a costume disturbing (File Photo).

Sarlaccs, Rancors and space slugs, oh my: creepie-crawlies are coming soon

Here’s what to expect on Vashon this Halloween.

  • Thursday, October 24, 2019 10:23am
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Get ready for an evening of fun-filled tricks and treats in the Vashon town core. Come out to see the decorations and costumes and enjoy treats from around town.

Roads will be closed from SW 171st St. near the park and ride to SW 178th St. by the Vashon Theater.

Vashon town will be given over to spooks, ghouls, goblins and fairies who will emerge en masse for the festivities, rain or shine. For more information about the slate of events taking place and road closure times, visit the Vashon Chamber of Commerce’s website.

5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 31, in Vashon Town.


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