There's Fun Brewin' in Coupeville this Halloween!


Daily Beginning Oct. 1

Scarey-Crow Trail

Coupeville's getting scary in the Scarecrow Trail! This year's theme is whimsical, traditional, or spooky scary movie characters. Pick up a map of where to find out Scarecrows at the Chamber of Commerce of Coupeville Library and Vote for your favorite Scarecrow.

Click the Scarecrow Trail tab for entry form or photos of previous years’ entries.

Daily Beginning Oct. 1

Weary Bones Rest Stop Graveyard

Can be accessed through Rec. Hall Parking Lot on Coveland or from Alexander Street, next to Chamber of Commerce.

Please be careful not to disturb the residents!

Carefully stroll through Weary Bones Rest Stop Cemetery and delight in the wording on the gravestones. However, use caution, not all our Cemetery Residents Rest In Peace!!

October 19 & 20

Haller-ween

by Historic Whidbey

Evening Tours

Saturday, October 19, 6:30-9 pm
Sunday, October 20, 6:30-9 pm
Tickets: $5/person, $20/family 4+

The 1866 Haller House
1 NE Front Street, Coupeville

Friday, October 25

Practical Magic Movie Night

5:30pm at bayleaf

The autumn movie night we've all been dreaming of. Come hang out at bayleaf, drink wine, eat yummy food, and get cozy with a screening of Practical Magic - filmed right here in Coupeville! Limited seating is available! Grab yours in-store at bayleaf or online at www.bayleaf.us

Friday October 25 - Saturday October 26

Haunted Fort Casey

Explore your one corner of the "Triangle of Fire"... if you dare!

Whidbey Island's Fort Casey, already scary enough in the daytime, will be visited by some seriously ghoulish types as we approach Halloween.

For the younger kids, there's a Kid Zone with a Bounce House and games.

Tickets are $10 each and PRE-PURCHASE IS REQUIRED!

Only 1000 tickets will be sold for each night's performance by Whidbey Playhouse, so you'll want to get your tickets early!

Fort Casey is an old military fort on Whidbey Island. Built by solders to defend Puget Sound against invading ships, its pop-up guns (cannons, really) could rain shells down on any unfortunate vessels. The dark powder and shell magazines are scary enough on a summer's day. Imagine what they're like on a night where ghouls are loose!

Tickets are on sale now at the Whidbey Playhouse website.

Saturday, October 26

Halloween Torchlight Parade

4:30 pm – Costume judging at Cook’s Corner Park (winners announced at end of parade)

4:45 pm – Parade. Central Whidbey fire and rescue will give free flashlights (torches) to the first 100 kids who are 10 yrs. and under.

Downtown Merchants have some surprises in store for you, too!

Call 360-678-3310 for information.

Sponsored by Coupeville Historic Waterfront Association.

October 26 & 27

Haller-ween

by Historic Whidbey

Kid Friendly Tours

Saturday, October 26, 5-7 pm (after the Torchlight Parade)
Sunday, October 27, 4-6 pm (after the Pumpkin Races)
Admission by donation

The 1866 Haller House
1 NE Front Street, Coupeville

Sunday, October 27

Coupeville's Great Pumpkin Race

1-5 PM

Alexander between Coveland and Front Street

A fun-spirited festival like no other! The highlight of the Pumpkin Race is a unique side-by-side single elimination race featuring handcrafted, decorated Pumpkin racecars in a funky, hilarious, suspenseful, and dramatic display of American ingenuity. Excitement builds as pumpkin racecar teams battle head-to-head for the coveted Pumpkin Race Championship Trophy. We also award other prices for Best Decoration, Most Innovative Design, and Best Crash.

It's Free! It's Fun!

Click here for more information, including tips for building a pumpkin racecar and the registration form.

Thursday, October 31

The Rocky Horror Picture Show

7:30 - 9:30 PM

Whidbey Island Center for the Arts
565 Camano Avenue, Langley WA

Give yourself over to absolute pleasure when the mother of all cult classics hits the screen this Halloween. Pull up your fishnets, starch your gold shorts, and become a creature of the night at the strangest, sexiest film of all ages. Audience participation encouraged.

A Whidbey Island Film Festival presentation.

$20 | all seats

Rated R. Youth under 17 require accompanying parents or adult guardians.