Richmond Beach Community Association's 29th annual Halloween Carnival

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Trick or treat! It’s fall and time for Richmond Beach Community Association’s 29th annual Halloween Carnival held at Syre Elementary, 19545 12th Avenue NW, Shoreline.

On Saturday, Oct. 24, from 3:00 to 7:00pm, children of all ages and their parents can scare up some fun at the carnival where they will play traditional carnival games with prizes, inflatables, haunted house, raffle, food and much, much more. Kids love to show off their costumes for this event; parents are encouraged to dress up too! Parking is limited, so please walk if possible. Tickets may be purchased with cash or credit cards.

New this year: Soft Opening for kids with special needs and their families

Children with special needs are often not comfortable attending functions such as this due to the commotion of large crowds and noises. This year’s carnival will provide an opportunity for kids with special needs to have the gym to themselves for one hour from 2:00 to 3:00pm to play carnival games in a less busy environment while also allowing any modifications possible to meet their skills and abilities.

New this year: RBCA Community Outreach Booth

Learn more about the Richmond Beach Community Association and sign up to become a member. Richmond Beach 125th Anniversary gear (T-shirts, sweatshirts, calendars, lapel pins and car decals) will be available for purchase.

Volunteers needed

The success of the Halloween Carnival is due in large part to the many volunteers who help put on this event. Volunteers are still needed to set up, staff the booths, clean up and construct the haunted house. Please contact Volunteer Coordinator Allison Taylor to help.

Raffle donations needed

Contact Chris Beck at to donate an item for the raffle or cash to purchase prizes. Gifts appropriate for kids or adults are gladly accepted. Anyone can donate an item and will be acknowledged in the Richmond Beach Community News.

Cakes needed

Contact Liza Ragan at to bring a cake for the cake walk.

As you can see, there are many ways in which to participate in this community-building event. Find the one that works best for you and email today to volunteer. Above all else, bring your family to the carnival for a good time, to mingle with friends and neighbors, and to strengthen relationships in our community.


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