Bring on Halloween: Night on a Dark Trail prepares for 7th year; seeks Volunteers to bring on the spook

It may feel like the summer that will never end, but rest assured, fall IS in the air. For those who love anything spooky, that means Halloween isn’t too far off.

Do you love HALLOWEEN? If so NIGHT ON A DARK TRAIL (NODT) needs volunteers, including actors, actresses, make-up artists, drivers, greeters, attendants and more.

Organizers of the extremely popular Snoqualmie Valley Halloween event – Night on a Dark Trail – are currently seeking volunteers to help with this year’s interactive Halloween trail adventure.

NODT happens every October. The partnership that was formed in 2010 between Mark’s Pet Pals, Snoqualmie Ridge ROA, the City of Snoqualmie Parks and Recreation Department, Ignite Dance & Yoga and Cascade Dance Academy, with the goal of offering an annual Halloween “haunted trail” to the Snoqualmie Valley.

The event is preparing for its 7th year, but as many of the volunteers have aged into high school and college, organizers are seeking a new crop of kids (and adults) willing to help “bring on the Halloween” for 2017.

Night on a Dark Trail runs October 13th, 14th, 20th, 21st, 27th & 28th at the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital East Campus site (old Leisure Time Campground), 34500 SE 99th.

If you’re interested in volunteering, visit the Night on a Dark Trail Volunteer website page



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