“The Nightmare Before Christmas” crew showed up at the Olde Fashioned Halloween Party, October 2019. Haley Ausbun/File photo

“The Nightmare Before Christmas” crew showed up at the Olde Fashioned Halloween Party, October 2019. Haley Ausbun/File photo

Olde Fashioned Halloween Scavenger Hunt kicks off this weekend

Follow the map around downtown to find clues and claim your free goodie bag on Halloween day

  • Thursday, October 22, 2020 5:36pm
  • Life

The following is from the city of Renton:

Calling all little ghouls, witches, princesses and superheroes to downtown Renton! We invite you to join us for an olde fashioned Halloween scavenger hunt Halloween week. Find the clues posted in storefront windows throughout downtown and solve the riddle to complete your game card.

The scavenger hunt can be completed any time through Oct. 31 (though residents are encouraged to hunt before Oct. 31.) Registration is free, but will help ensure that we fill enough goodie bags for everyone.

Register now and we’ll email you a link to the printable map and game card. Turn in your completed game card between 1 and 6 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 31 in Tonkin Park, 399 Williams Ave. S, to pick up your goodie bag.

A printable map and gamecard will be sent to your email the morning of Oct. 24. The scavenger hunt can be completed any time between Oct. 24 and Oct. 31. Registration is free, but will help make sure we fill enough goodie bags for everyone.

Register online at rentonhalloween.eventbrite.com and we’ll send you a link to the map and gamecard when they are ready. Registration is free, and not required, but will help us know how many goodie bags to pre-fill!


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