Drive-Thru Trick-or-Treating on San Juan

Contributed Photo/David Menidrey

By Chuck Dalldorf, Public Information Officer, San Juan Island Fire and Rescue 

San Juan Island Fire and Rescue along with the San Juan Island Firefighter Association will host a special, safe, social distanced family Halloween event from 2-6 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020, at John O. Linde Community Park, 565 Carter Ave. in Friday Harbor.

San Juan Island Fire and Rescue will be joined by other community partners in providing a fun, safe and treat-filled drive-thru Halloween event for the entire family.

To participate:

  • Families must arrive and stay in their cars for everyone’s personal safety.
  • Cars will enter the park, follow a loop and exit back onto Carter Avenue.
  • Families must arrive and stay in their cars for everyone’s personal safety.
  • Everyone in their car must all be wearing masks.
  • Roll down car windows while driving slowly thru and receive treats (hold trick/treat bags out of the window)
  • No tricks – just treats.

Thank you for all you are doing to keep our island safe during this challenging time. We hope you have fun and thank you for joining our special Halloween trick-or-treating event!

The San Juan Island Fire & Rescue was established on Oct. 6, 1958. The fire department covers about 55 square miles, includes all of San Juan Island, as well as Brown and Pearl Islands. For more information, please visit

Posted on October 27, 2020 at 5:30 am by

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