KAFE’s Haunted Headquarters

KAFE’s Haunted Headquarters

KAFE 104.1 is your Haunted Headquarters!  Click on the links below for Trick-or-Treat times in your neighborhood, Haunted Houses, and Safety Tips.

TRICK-OR-TREAT EVENTS
Downtown Bellingham
Historic Fairhaven
Downtown Ferndale
Downtown Anacortes
Downtown Mount Vernon
Downtown La Conner
Downtown Sedro Woolley
Cascade Mall

HALLOWEEN CARNIVALS, HAUNTED HOUSES/FORESTS/MAZES/FESTIVALS
WHATCOM COUNTY
The Haunted Forest
Haunted Maze
Pumpkin Patch in the Pool
Halloween at the Marine Life Center
Depot Market Square Halloween Carnival
Halloween Stories
Nightmare at the Spark Museum
Thrillingham

Skagit & Island Counties
Haunted Forest

 

HALLOWEEN SAFETY TIPS

Tips from AAA on ways motorists can help keep roadways safe this Halloween:

  • Avoid driving through neighborhoods. If possible, avoid cutting through residential streets where trick-or-treaters are likely to be.
  • Watch for children in the street. Trick-or-treaters may not pay attention to cars and cross mid-block or between parked cars.
  • Slow down. According to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, a pedestrian is more than twice as likely to be killed if they’re hit by a car traveling at 35 mph compared to 25 mph. What seems like a small difference—just 10 mph—can be the difference between life and death.
  • Drive sober. Always designate a sober driver if you plan to drink. Visit www.PreventDUI.AAA.com to learn more.

Simple steps for parents to help keep trick-or-treaters safe: 

  • Check costumes. Choose disguises that don’t obstruct vision, opt for non-toxic face paint instead of masks, and add reflective material or tape to keep kids visible.
  • Trick-or-Treat together. AAA recommends that parents accompany young trick-or-treaters.
  • Make a plan. Review trick-or-treat safety precautions and plan your route ahead of time. Remind children never to cross the street mid-block or from between parked cars.

Buckle up. If driving trick-or-treaters between neighborhoods, always use appropriate seat belts or car seats and have children exit and enter on the passenger side of the vehicle.

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