The 16th annual Street of Screams happens this afternoon and evening from 3:30 to 7:30 pm at the Cowlitz County Conference and Events Center, an indoor trick-or-treating event for local kids between the ages of 3 and 13. Admission is $1, or a can of food that will be donated to local food banks. Proceeds from the Street of Screams help to support Camp Leo, an outdoor camp for kids afflicted with Juvenile Diabetes.
There’s also a Harvest Fest going on this evening at Lower Columbia College, running from 6 to 8 pm. This will be in the Student Center, and will feature candy, games, activities and food, all provided by the ASLCC. This event is open to LCC students and to the entire community; they’re suggesting that you bring an item of canned or boxed food for your admission. College officials say that all proceeds will go to LCC students.