For the first time in 11 years, the forecast for Halloween in Seattle does not include rain. This weekend in early Hilloween action, CHS discovered the amazing run of fall weather also encouraged large crowds of celebrants across Capitol Hill. Saturday featured a swarm of children trick or treating on Broadway and what organizers say appeared to be the largest crowd ever at the annual Hilloween party hosted by the Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce.
By the time night fell on Pike/Pine, hordes of early revelers were on the prowl. We’ve shared some of the best costumes and funniest scenes we found on the night. Let us know if you have something to add.
Tuesday, the kids and the goblins will again gather in frightening numbers in the trick or treat core of northern Capitol Hill near the neighborhoods around Stevens Elementary. Click some of the picture posts past to see what it’s all about. And don’t forget to carry a map.
More pictures from the weekend, below.