Halloween on Whidbey Island for 2023

by Whidbeylocal 18th October 2023


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Bring the fam out for a fun Halloween event! Friday, Oct 27th at 6:30pm to 9pm.

$75 plus tax per lane - up to 6 people and that includes shoes too!

Glow bowling! Dress to impress and treats for kids under 17yrs! Prizes all night! You have to reserve online and don't be slow about it! We fill up fast!



The Patriot Family Room Presents A Nerfed Halloween

Saturday, October 28th, 3-9:30 PM
Nerfed is having a costume party and contest for Halloween.

Battle with Nerf guns as you enjoy this Halloween event.
$10 per player. Find more details on the flyer below.
Address: Nerfed, 1751 N. Goldie, Unit A3, Oak Harbor





Harvest Moon Market at Whidbey Farm and Market

Saturday, October 14th 5 – 10 PM
Whidbey Farm and Market and Whidbey Ren Faire host the Harvest Moon Market.
Activities include a haunted maze (entry fee required), Trick or Treating, live music from DJ Michael Dombaski, face painting, photo ops with Whidbey Island Sirens Pod mermaids, beer garden and wine tasting, raffle of local gift baskets, food trucks, ice cream and seasonal drinks!

 Whidbey Farm and Market, 1422 N Monroe Landing Rd, Oak Harbor






WISBA Spooktacular Event

Sat Oct 28 2023 at 08:00 am

Oak Harbor Elks Lodge 2362, Oak Harbor




Music, Magic & Mystery
Ticket now on sale! 

SAT October 28 7pm
South Whidbey High School

SUN October 29 2pm
Oak Harbor High School


Join Music Director Anna Edwards and the musicians of Whidbey's Saratoga Orchestra as they present a family friendly evening filled with Music, Magic & Mystery. Special guest for these concerts will be Whidbey's "Magician Magnifique", JR Russell, casting his unique spell of entertainment throughout the program. 


Come with us aboard the Hogwarts Express as the orchestra presents a musical medley from the most memorable Harry Potter film themes. Over a ten-year period, four different composers contributed poignant and truly magical scores to eight award-winning films. The wizard lives on!


Also on the program is Nancy Galbraith’s "Danza de los Duendes," a dance for the malicious goblin-like creatures (los duendes) of South American folklore and a work full of lively imagination and percussive energy.


Can you solve the musical whodunit? "The Composer Is Dead", composed by Nathaniel Stookey with text by Lemony Snicket is a musical murder mystery taking place in an orchestra setting. Join the inspector as they draw us into their suspenseful mission to uncover which instrument “murdered” the composer. 


$30/Adults, $25 Senior (65+) and Military, 
Students 17 and under FREE

Available at: 
Click Music, Oak Harbor
bayleaf, Coupeville
Moonraker Books, Langley

Information and Online Tickets at


The Roller Barn Presents Twisted Barn Haunted House

September 30th – October 31st.
3 different versions – a full scare with actors, an automation only (no actors),

and a matinee version (lights on, no actors).
Make sure to check their calendar to see what night they offer your choice!
While the matinee version is less scary, they still don’t recommend children under the age of 12 attending.

The Roller Barn, 98 NE Barron Drive, Oak Harbor



Haunted Ghost Ship Corn Maze at Whidbey Farm and Market

Satuday, October 28th from 7 – 10 PM
Explore the corn maze at night during this haunted event.

Whidbey Farm and Market, 1422 N Monroe Landing Rd, Oak Harbor





🍭 Treats for Kids + Dogs  🐾 



Greenbank Farm, Whidbey Island –– The historic 150-acre Greenbank Farm invites children in costumes and pet parents to visit the farm on Saturday, October 28th from Noon to 3:00  

(Note the event ends in time for the Coupeville Halloween Parade!)

The Port of Coupeville is pleased to partner with the Whidbey Island Sports Car Club, members will decorate their trunks in the spirit of the season 🏎

We’re also partnering with the Whidbey Animal’s Improvement Foundation (WAIF) who will bring their van and offer treats for dogs. Visitors must have dogs on a leash 🐕

Other activities include farm hayrides and crafts for kids in the farm barn.


Pumpkin Painting Night with Ivy Breen at Greenbank Cidery!


WED, Oct 18 • 5:30-8:00pm

You’ve probably noticed the incredible hand painted pumpkins that are always around Coupeville this time of year. They’re amazing, right? Meet Market so excited to host a pumpkin painting class by that very same artist!

Even more amazing – it’ll be held at @greenbankcidery this year! 

Each attendee gets one flight of cider included with their ticket!

Limited spots available! Grab yours at


Trick or Treat at Island County Historical Museum


October 29, 2023

Trick or Treat at Island County Historical Museum – Registration Required

Scavenger Hunt, games, face painting and of course some candy treats. Please visit the museum or their website to reserve your place. or phone 360-678-3310

Spells & Brews Bike Ride

Saturday, October 28th, 10 AM – 4 PM
Hosted by the Whidbey Island Bicycle Club.
Registration begins at 10 AM at Coupeville Middle School parking lot.
$10 to ride; price includes treats and a token for 21+ to grab a

beverage at the Spells and Brews Garden.


Clues & Capes Scavenger Hunt

Saturday, October 28th, 11 AM – 3 PM
Grab your witch’s hat or cape at Mariner’s Court then go on a scavenger hunt through Coupeville to complete your enchanting ensemble!
Mariner’s Court, 900 NW Alexander St, Coupeville


Spells & Brews Beer Garden

Saturday, October 28th, 11 AM – 4 PM
Enjoy a beverage at the Spells and Brews Beer Garden during

Practically Magic Halloweekend in Coupeville!
Discover your fortune with the tarot reader, warm up by the fire pit,

and grab a snack.
ID required for entry.

Johnson Lot, 902 N Main St, Coupeville




Practically Magic Movie Night

Friday, October 27th from 6:30-10 PM

Come celebrate the season with the classic movie that was filmed right here in Coupeville.
Watch the movie, enjoy margaritas, music, local vendors, a costume contest, trivia, and more.
ID required for entry.


Coupeville Rec Hall, Central Whidbey Chamber of Commerce, 901 NW Alexander St, Coupeville




The Haunting of Coupeville (Click on this link)


Torchlight Parade

October 28 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Torchlight Parade and Street Dance 5 PM – 7 PM (All-Ages)

Calling ghouls and goblins of all ages! Don your best disguises and assemble at Cook’s Corner Park (9th & Main) for our annual Torchlight Parade down Front Street. Collect treats along the route. The parade ends at the corner of Front & Alexander with our second annual

Halloween Street Dance with DJ Moose! 





Meet at the Whale Bell 4:30PM


Calling all monsters, ghouls, cryptids, lycanthropes, and witches! Show off your spookiest costumes and join your fellow monsters on a luminated walk through downtown Langley on All Hallow's Eve! We will meet at 4:30pm at the Whale Bell and loop through downtown Langley. Bring something to illuminate yourself, (no open flames please, it upsets Frankenstein's monster) your best monster costume, and a spooky spirit! Musical instruments are welcome and encouraged!






Black Cat Ball

Bayview Community Hall 7pm-? 

DJ Hallpass

October 28th

Donations welcome,  costumes encouraged Prop design by Whidbey Island Music Portal and friends.

All ages if fearless

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18th October 2023 3:40 am.
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