Due to the ongoing risks posed by COVID-19, Harrison Boulevard and the North End will open to traffic and most homes will not be handing out candy on Halloween. This tour is an opportunity for kids to enjoy the holiday in a safe and fun event that will extend throughout the whole North End and span the entire week before Halloween! There will be no candy, but kids will be able to view the holiday decorations and check off items for their "visual scavenger hunt." You will be able to print a map of participating homes and scavenger hunt items before the event.
We are asking that all residents and visitors to our neighborhood consider making an OPTIONAL tax-deductible gift to Camp Rainbow Gold (see donation link at the bottom of this page). Camp Rainbow Gold is an amazing local charity that serves Idaho children diagnosed with cancer and their families, and Halloween is the perfect time to think of kids in need. More than any of us, these kids know what it is like to live a life that is not normal or fair, where they miss out on so many milestones and gatherings due to the health risks.
Please wear masks and socially distance on the tour, for the safety and enjoyment of all participants, particularly the kids battling cancer who are able to attend.
CAMP RAINBOW GOLD: AN IDAHO TREASURE
It's All About the Children. Love. Hope. Fun.
Camp Rainbow Gold is a local non-profit organization that serves children throughout Idaho. CRG offers oncology camps for children diagnosed with cancer, as well as sibling and family camps to provide emotionally empowering experiences to the entire family.
Camp Rainbow Gold is more than just camp. They create multiple wonderful opportunites for pediatric cancer families to gather and support one another throughout the year.
Camp Rainbow Gold serves children diagnosed with cancer throughout their teens and beyond. They have a monthly teen "Survivors Supporting Survivors" group and they provide ongoing assistance with college scholarships.
A New Place Like Home
CRG will soon welcome campers to a dedicated medical camp that will expand their opportunity to serve the growing number of pediatric cancer families in Idaho as well as to collaborate with other non-profits to allow the medically challenged to enjoy one of the most beautiful and therapeutic places on earth.
Optional Donation to Help Camp Rainbow Gold
Please list "Halloween Tour 2020" as your donation tribute name. You may also send a check to CRG at: Camp Rainbow Gold, 216 West Jefferson, Boise, ID 83702
THANK YOU FOR TURNING "PANDEMIC HALLOWEEN" INTO SOMETHING AMAZING FOR KIDS!
YES! Please add my home to the 2020 Halloween Tour!
We hope you can join the tour. Decorations can be up before or after the official tour dates (Oct 23-30), but we ask that they are up the entire week of the tour (weather and life permitting). If you have any questions or special requests, please do not hesitate to reach out. A tour map will be available prior to the event.
LIST OF HOMES/Scavenger Hunt Items to Spot
900 N. Harrison Is it safe to ring the front doorbell?
901 N Harrison Who is falling off the roof?
907 N. Harrison What fall characters do you see?
912 N. Harrison How many spiders do you see?
919 N. Harrison What is blinking?
1005 N. Harrison How many pumpkins do you see?
1009 N. Harrison Which movie character do you see?
1017 N. Harrison How Many Black Cats do you see?
1107 N. Harrison Who is on the balcony?
1118 N. Harrison Can you spot the scary tree?
1201 N. Harrison Where do the porch steps lead?
1206 N. Harrison
1210 N. Harrison What color is the monster?
1213 N. Harrison What kind of birds are on the lawn?
1216 N. Harrison What is in the yard that you might watch?
1221 N. Harrison
1308 N. Harrison Name someone buried here?
1316 N. Harrison Who is cooking something?
1415 N. Harrison How many skulls can you count?
1500 N. Harrison Who is going to pounce on you?
1510 N. Harrison How many ghosts are there?
1601 N. Harrison Who is on the roof?
1606 N. Harrison What giant reptile do you see?
1619 N. Harrison What is special about the rainbow?
1801 N. Harrison Where is the bat?
1806 N. Harrison How many tall ghosts do you see?
1810 N. Harrison What animal is sitting on a pumpkin?
1900 N. Harrison How many clowns are there?
1907 N. Harrison What is written on the tombstones?
2004 N. Harrison What is the T-rex holding?
2009 N. Harrison How many pumpkins have hats?
2010 N. Harrison
2106 N. Harrison What job do you think the pumpkins have?
2201 N. Harrison What color is the goblin?
1415 W. Fort
412 W. Ada How many spiders do you see?
2313 W. Bella
1602 W. Dora
2012 W. Ridenbaugh
1670 W. Irene What is unusual about the chair?
1700 W. Irene How many witches are making their brew?
2328 W. State Where is Steve from Minecraft?
2418 W. State What do you see looking out the window?
1812 N. 10th
1015 N. 12th What spooky decoration do you see?
1201 N. 12th What insect do you see?
1618 N. 15th
909 N. 16th
2325 N. 16th What kind of skeleton do you see?
1019 N. 17th What kind of dinosaur is there?
1506 N. 17th Which Peanuts Halloween character do you see?
814 N. 18th Who is the scary sailor?
1401 N. 18th Who is peeking out the window?
1911 N. 18th
1933 N. 18th Who is the giant white character?
1942 N 18th How many pumpkins can you see?
1401 N. 19th Where is the skeleton?
1518 N. 19th
1709 N. 19th How many ghosts do you see?
1720 N 19th How many pumpkins are stacked up?
1309 N 20th
1410 N. 20th What color is the ghost’s umbrella?
1107 N. 20th
1115 N. 21st What is floating around?
1502 N. 22nd Who’s face is in the window?
813 N. 22nd What is the ghost eating?
1606 N. 26th Which “Lord of the Rings” characters do you see?
1612 N. 28th Where are the monsters hiding?
1707 N. 31st Where do you see spooky eyes?