Monster Bash
SATURDAY - OCT 6, 2018, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM       < Back to Events

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Join us on Saturday, October 6 from 10AM-2PM for a scary good time here at the Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum’s Monster Bash! Get up close to a collection of mythical and marvelous machines. Where else can you touch big firetrucks, tanks, tractors, monster trucks and more? Stay all day and explore exhibits and ultra-rare vintage aircraft and vehicles.  Don’t forget to take a ride in the monster truck and other tracked vehicles! Wear a costume and trick-or-treat around the hangars where exhibitors will hand out tasty candy and prizes to attendees while supplies last.
 
Trucks to Touch and Climb into: School Buses, Fire Trucks, Double-Decker Bus, 2 Monster Trucks, Police Car, heavy vehicle equipment, WWII vehicles, and much more!
 
Kids Activities: Remote Control Tanks, Halloween Crafts, Scavenger Hunt, FHCAM Kids Club, Mascot photos, Professional Photo Booth, World of Tanks Video Game Stations, Face Painting, Lego building stations, Casper playing the movie theater, trick-or-treating around the vendor booths, and more!
 
Food Vendors: Big Dogs, Sturgis Sweets, Scotsman Bistro Coffee
 
Event Schedule:
9:45am: Shuttles begin Running
10:00am: Event Beings
10am-2pm: Kids activities
10am-2pm: Food Vendors
10am-2pm: Moster Jeep Rides
2pm: Event Ends
2:30pm: Last shuttle leaves FHCAM
 
Buy your tickets today: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/monster-bash-tickets-41325653141?aff=es2
 
Parking & Shuttle Service: Available at Rockwell Collins: 11404 Commando Rd, Everett, WA 98204
 
ADA parking available at FHCAM: 3407 109th St SW, Everett, WA 98204
Ticket Info
Early Bird Pricing (runs until September 16th):
Adult: $16
Youth (6-17): $10
Youth wearing a Halloween costume: $5
Child (5 and under): FREE
 
General Admission Pricing (Starts September 17th):
Adult: $20
Youth (6-17): $12
Youth wearing a Halloween costume: $6
Child (5 and under): FREE


Paine Field
by Steve K. Bertrand

Book_PaineField.jpgThis pictorial history includes more than 200 images from the local community, historical societies, regional libraries, and state archives, and traces the rich history of Paine Field from its earliest days to its present status as a bustling airport and commercial aviation center.

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