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West Seattle Junction Harvest Fest Scavenger Hunt

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Now in our tenth year, the Junction’s Harvest Festival has become a favorite event for West Seattle.  The Harvest Festival is good community fun! Quickly becoming a West Seattle beloved fall event, Harvest Fest will look different this year, but that won’t stop the community from donning costumes (kids, adults, and pets welcome!) for a full week of Harvest-y fun. The West Seattle Junction can’t close down California Ave for this fantastic fall festival, so your downtown is bringing Harvest Fest to you.

Scavenger Hunt – Monday, October 25th – Sunday, 31st

What flies above but haunts below? You’ll need to figure out this clue, plus 12 more to get the goods during the second annual Harvest Fest Scavenger Hunt. Beginning on Monday, October 25th, pick up your scavenger hunt map from participating businesses. Or, if you purchase a tote bag, the scavenger hunt map will be included. Check back on the official Harvest Fest page closer to October 25th!

Harvest Fest Tote Bags for kids and adults (on sale here and below!)

Harvest Fest Totes for Kids – The Junction is bringing the joy of Harvest and Halloween in one special tote. Each box has a seasonally themed or musically themed craft, individually wrapped Halloween treats, and a special surprise from the Junction! $35 each ($45 value).

Harvest Fest Tote for Adults – The grown-up version of the Harvest Fest Tote, this treat brings you all the local and cozy feelings of the season from the Junction to you. $55 each ($65 value) 21+ ID required.

Haunted Trivia Night Hosted by Pegasus Book Exchange – Friday, October 29th, 7:30 PM

Hosted by Pegasus Book Exchange and Rachel Ask Me Questions, join together (via Zoom), for a haunting good time. Friday, October 29th, 7:30 PM. Up to six people per team, you can join from different households. Prizes for first place, best team name, and best Zoom background.

Trick or Treat – Sunday, October 31st, 10 AM to 2 PM

Gather your monsters for a good ol’ fashioned Trick or Treat in the Junction on Sunday, October 31st 10 AM to 2 PM.The Junction won’t be closing down California Ave due to the pandemic, but the merchants will have candy and goodies to hand to your witches and warlocks.Also, look for the candy stations dotted up and down California Ave hosted by the Junction partners and Junction volunteers.

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