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Street of Treats Great Pumpkin Hunt set for Oct. 28-31 in Kent

Dress up in costume, find pumpkins at local businesses to win prizes

The Kent Downtown Partnership (KDP) will offer a Street of Treats Great Pumpkin Hunt Oct. 28-31 to celebrate the harvest season with fun activities for all ages.

The KDP is dedicated to creating a fun, multi-day activity for the community while keeping it COVID-19 safe. Dress up in your favorite costume and explore downtown Kent looking for The Great Pumpkins.

Participating merchants have hidden pumpkins in their storefront displays. Find the shops with great pumpkins and stop in for a special treat. Complete the list by finding all the locations and you can be entered to win a prize. Hint you must dress up to complete the hunt.

Show off your costumes and masks. Take a selfie with your favorite Pumpkin display and share it with @kentdowntownpartnership andbe sure to add #KDPstreetoftreats to be entered to win more prizes.

Please be sure to bring your weatherproof bag for treats. This is a rain or shine event and free to the public. This event is self-managed over four days Wednesday – Saturday, Oct 28 – 31, during regular business hours.

Visit the KDP website for more info and download the map and entry form.


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