1. Go Ninja! Kung-fu powers, slow motion fight scenes and hilarious gag skits are all combined to make this the most kick butt night you'll ever have at the theater. "The Jacket" is performed by four dudes. It's combines comedy, irreverent pop-culture references with juggling, acrobatics and martial arts. There is a plot to this play too. It's just hard to pay attention to it when you are talking about ninja-acrobatics! When: Friday - Sunday doors 7:30pm, show 8pm Where: Broadway Performance Hall on Capitol Hill Price: $20 adults (18+), $12 kids (12 and under) (TIP: buy in advance because tickets are $25 at the door!) Click HERE fore more info. (Image Courtesy: doctorserone. Creative Commons) 2. Go Dog-O-Ween! Halloween isn't just for humans! It's the 12th annual Dog-O-Ween! Dress your pooch up and get ready to strut. There will be some awesome prizes for most creatively dressed pup. They will even be judged by celebrity judges! And for the people types, there is food, raffles and vendor booths catering to every pampered pup. Plus, this is all for a good doggy cause, Citizen's Off Leash Area. It's there biggest fundraiser of the year so this all-volunteer non-profit needs you. They work with the city and create long-term stability for the off-leash area program. When: Saturday 11am - 2:30pm Where: Magnolia Manor Park, 3500 block of 28th ave west, Seattle Price: $10 suggested donation for on-site sign up of pet costume contest Click HERE fore more info. 3. Go Trivia Crawl! Pub trivia meets pub crawl for the genius combination of TRIVIA CRAWL! This is a hybrid walking tour that includes stops along the route for adult refreshments and a rousing round of pub quiz style trivia. You learn about Capitol Hill as you stroll down the turn of the century Millionaire's Row, hear stories of beer, mining, shipping and everything that went with Seattle's early years. Take in the spectacle that is Broadway, visit Volunteer park and share stories of Seattle's most haunted building. When: Saturday 3pm (tour takes 3.5 hours) Where: Meets at the corner of East Republican ST and Broadway (next to All Pilgrim's Church) Price: $20 (drink tokens NOT included) (21+) RESERVATIONS REQUIRED! Click HERE fore more info. 4. Go Dead! Sugar skulls and marigolds abound at this Day of the Dead exhibit and market. Now, the traditional Mexican holiday happens between Nov 1 and Nov 2. This is a perfect chance for you to learn more about the Latin celebration and prepare for your own Day of the Dead observance. Decorate your own sugar skulls, indulge in some Bread of the Dead or purchase some items from some magnificent vendors from all over the world. This multi-cultural market will be decorated in the tradition of the Dia de los Muertos. Bring the entire family out! When: Friday - Sunday 10am - 6pm Where: 4200 S. Othello St., Seattle Price: FREE Click HERE fore more info. 5. Go Chocolate! Chocolate makes the world a better place. It's the NW Chocolate Festival brining choco-holics from around the sound together! Taste, learn and celebrate the wonderful world of chocolate. There will be chocolate education, chocolate making classes, professional level tasting, a chance to meet cacao farmer from Ecuador and Peru and even a place to seduce your senses in the Aphrodisiac room. Of course, there will be a wine and beer garden as well. When: Saturday and Sunday 10am - 6pm Where: Seattle Center, Northwest Rooms Price: $20 adult (Advance single day ticket) , $5 youth 5-12 (advance day pass) Click HERE fore more info.