• 7 things to do this weekend: Oct. 25- 27

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    1. Spooky fun and pumpkin picking. Carleton Farms Adventure Nights. During the day time enjoy the pumpkin patch, bouncy platforms for the kids, and more! At night, a new game zone, nighttime apple cannons, flashlight corn maze and scary haunted attractions. Carleton's Adventure Nights includes a family adventure, frights adventure or zombie hunt options. You can also rent a fire pit to enjoy s'mores and a warm fireside time at the farms. Follow the link here for more event details. 

    2. Inspirational evening. Medical Teams International Healthy Women, Healthy World Luncheon. The Golf Club of Newcastle. Wed. Oct. 23, 11:30 a.m.- 1 p.m. KIRO 7 is the proud media partner for all Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk. Join KIRO 7 for an inspiring afternoon, benefiting women and children around the world, impacted by global health issues. Award-winning keynote speaker Sarah Thebarge will share her stories of restoration, health and hope, working with women and children around the world. Follow the link here for more event details. 

    3. Pet Gala. Canine Companions for Independence Sit. Stay. Sparkle Gala. Museum of History and Industry. Saturday, Oct. 26, 6:30-10 p.m. Join KIRO 7's Dave Wagner for an inspirational evening benefiting Canine Companions' mission to provide expertly trained assistance dogs to people with disabilities completely free of charge. Mingle with adorable puppies, meet assistance dog teams and enjoy Northwest food and drink at Seattle's iconic Museum of History and Industry. Follow the link here for more event details. 

    4. Hope for a cure gala. American Cancer Society Seattle Hope Gala. Saturday, Oct. 26. Fremont Studios. Starts at 5:30 p.m. The Hope Gala has raised more than $2.5 million in support of the American Cancer Society's mission. In addition to celebrating the advances made in cancer treatment and prevention, the evening – hosted by KIRO 7's Jesse Jones and Monique Ming-Laven will feature an exquisite array of cuisine created by Seattle's top chefs alongside some of the finest wines in the region, and exciting live and silent auctions. Follow the link here for more event details. 

    5. Cancer awareness. Haselwood Auto Group Breast Cancer Awareness Drive for a Cause. From October 1st through the 31st. The dealer group will be donating $25 for every vehicle purchase, $10 for every scratch or dent removal, and $5 for every vehicle serviced. (Sponsored listing). Follow the link here for more campaign event details. 

    6. Water park Frightful events. Wild Waves Fright Fest. Sept. 27-Nov. 2. Tacoma. Saturday and Sundays, noon- 6 p.m. for Family by Day, 7-10 p.m., Fright by Night events. During the afternoon, enjoy "Family by Day" activities for the little goblins to enjoy and after 7 p.m., beware of more haunted attractions that open up, not recommended for children under 13 years of age. New this year is SCARE-a-oke every Friday and addition fan favorites including Chamber of Souls haunted house, The Play Ground Haunted House in 3D and Camp Whispering Pines. Follow the link here for more event details. 

    7. Halloween showtime. This Is Halloween. 10th anniversary live music and dance multimedia Spooktacular. Oct. 18-31. 5, 7, 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. showtimes. Jack Skellington hits the stage once again this year to bring you the dark fantasy musical adaptation of "The Nightmare Before Christmas." The popular Tim Burton film adapted for stage, brings Can Can cabaret, video projections, with live orchestral music singing and original film music. Follow the link here for more event details. 

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