7 Things To Do In October With Kids in Snoqualmie Valley

Plus your free calendar printable from Macaroni KID!

By Macaroni KID September 16, 2022

October ... just the word brings to mind beautiful fall leaves, cool nights, apples, fall celebrations, and pumpkins! But that's not all! Did you know Taco Day is in October too? Turns out there's so much to celebrate and do this month in Snoqualmie Valley. Here are seven ideas on how to celebrate the month of October in Snoqualmie Valley with your kids.

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1. Crunch into tacos

Oct. 4 

Celebrate Taco Day 

2. Get lost at a local corn maze 

'Tis the season for willingly entering a field of corn ... and then trying to find your way out. Good luck! Here is where to find corn mazes in Snoqualmie Valley:

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3. Suck up some noodles

Oct. 6

It's National Noodle Day on Oct. 6, a day we love (for obvious reasons!) here at Macaroni KID. Here are some of our favorite places in Snoqualmie Valley for noodles.

4. Pick apples

Oct. 21

Head to s Local farm with apple orchard to pick your own apples on Oct. 21, which is National Apple Day. Picking apples at a Local orchard is always a favorite thing to do with our kids ... plus the picture opps can't be beat! 

5. Make a difference

Oct. 22

Make a Difference Day is Oct. 22! It's a great time to find a place in Snoqualmie Valley you can volunteer with your kids. Some family-friendly volunteer opportunities in Snoqualmie Valley include:

6. Find fall leaves

Want to know when to go out leaf peeping? Check out this very cool Fall Foliage Prediction Map from, which shows when fall leaves are expected to peak around the United States! Simply move the slider at the bottom of the map to get an idea when leaves will be at peak colors in Snoqualmie Valley.

7. Trick or treat!

Halloween is many kids' favorite holiday (our kids have been talking about possible costumes since July!). Have fun trick or treating in Snoqualmie Valley Trick or treat hours are {haven't been announced yet, but check back soon}