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Halloween events for kids in Kent, Des Moines

Halloween events for children are scheduled in Kent and Des Moines on Wednesday evening. - COURTESY GRAPHIC
Halloween events for children are scheduled in Kent and Des Moines on Wednesday evening.
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Halloween events are planned in Kent and Des Moines for families and their children on Wednesday, Oct. 31.

Kent Station merchants will pass out tasty treats to little ghosts and goblins from 4-6 p.m. Kent Station will award gift cards to the best individual costumes and best group costumes. Judging will begin at 4:30 pm.

Costumes will be judged by a panel of Kent Station merchant managers and owners. Winning costumes will be judged on originality, details and accessories that coordinate the ensemble and overall appearance.

Please be present by the Fountain Stage at 4:30 pm to be eligible for costume judging. Prizes are Kent Station gift cards, good at any Kent Station merchant, restaurant or the AMC Theatres.

For more information, email info@kentstation.com or call 253.856.2301.

In Des Moines, children 12 and younger can play challenge games and take part in activities at a Halloween Carnival from 5-8 p.m. at the Landmark on the Sound Event Center, 23660 Marine View Dr. S.

The cost is $5 per child and non-perishable food items will be accepted for the Des Moines Food Bank. Revenues fund the charitable activities of Masonic Outreach Services.

A kids carnival will take center stage along with ample activities including a cookie walk, coloring contest, haunted hall, face painting and more.

In 2011, more than 1,000 guests attended and $900 was donated to Masonic Outreach Services along with food for the Des Moines Food Bank.

 

 

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