Youth-oriented “Spooktacular” event is coming to Kirkland Oct. 25

The program “emphasizes kookiness over spookiness.”

  • Wednesday, October 16, 2019 10:34am
  • Life

The 2019 Pee Wee Monster Bash, an upcoming community event, is catered to preschoolers age 1-5, and takes place from 10 a.m. to noon on Oct. 25 at the North Kirkland Community Center.

The event will include Halloween-themed carnival activities, including a cookie walk, swamp fishing for treats, crafts, a monster movement maze, story time and more. Admission to this open house-style event is $15 and costumes are welcome. Attendees are asked to leave their strollers at home.

Toy prizes will be awarded to all attendees.

The Pee Wee Monster Bash is coordinated by the Kirkland parks and community services department and all are welcome. The North Kirkland Community Center is located at 12421 103rd Ave. N.E..

This event sells out, so pre-registration is encouraged. For more information about the Pee Wee Monster Bash or to register, visit tinyurl.com/y4hsu9jq or call 425-587-3336.

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