Be safe this Halloween night. Where to take the kids to get stocked up on candy
- Moses Lake Metro
Moses Lake Region
Downtown Moses Lake is hosting a Trick-or-Treat event with the local businesses starting at 4:00 for kids with a disability and 5:00 for the general public. The range is from Beech St. to Alder St. Roads will be blocked off starting at 4:30pm tonight Oct. 31st. and will re-open at 7:00 pm tonight Oct. 31st.
- This is a free event and is open to EVERYONE! You do not have to be an ML resident to attend.
The Moses Lake High School will be having their annual haunted house tonight at 6:00pm. Entrance is located at the commons and will lead the crowd through the school in a square route around the courtyard and will have the option to go through the haunted house nearing the end of the rout.
- This is a free event and is open to EVERYONE! You do not have to be a MLSD student or a ML resident to attend.
Sendero Life Center
Sendero Life Center will be holding their annual Trick or Treat event to the public at the Sendero Life Center Church in Peninsula, Moses Lake at 2227 W Peninsula Dr. at 6:00pm
With one of the largest haunted houses in the Moses Lake area, Living Nightmare has been thrilling thousands of all ages.
The owners Shelia Jones and her husband started out the haunted house with the love for the holiday and remembered as a kid growing up in the area every house was decorated and now days you’re lucky to see one here and there. they are both animal members and they love to support the nation's veterans and have both family in friends in the service.
This is their 12th year and started out in their front yard. They didn't expect the big growth of the maze to be a boom. It started with a couple of kids and has risen to 45 volunteers at 8,000 sq ft of space with 10 different rooms. With over 1,600 attendees annually. In response to the annual fundraiser to the GCAnimal Outreach the animal shelter sends out volunteers to help set up and decorate for the big event.
Shelia's favorite part is helping animals and bringing the community together and seeing their kids have fun along with gaining the experience and building a unique haunted house and treat everyone like family and teach the younger generation that helping out the community is not just boring.
- From Downtown ML take SR-17 North stay on the left lane to SR-282 turn left on A NW follow the haunted house signs on Rd A NW to the gravel road then turn right and continue to the end of the road and the Haunted House will be on the right.
$9 VIP (Front of the line, hot drink and rubber wrist band)
$5 Adults (13 +)
$3 Kids (12 and Under)
Veterans do receive a discount at the gate.
The event opens at 7pm and closes at midnight expect on Halloween night they will close at 10pm due to it being a school night.