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Outlet Collection of Seattle to hold fourth annual Candy Crawl

Kids can trick-or-treat in the mall on the afternoon of Halloween.

The Outlet Collection of Seattle is partnering with local nonprofit REVIVE to host the mall’s fourth annual Candy Crawl, offering Halloween activities for kids and adults alike.

From 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 31, kids can show off their Halloween costumes and trick or treat at most of the retailers in the mall, according to Outlet Collection of Seattle.

“We’re thrilled to once again offer special ways to connect with others and experience the festivities of autumn at The Outlet Collection of Seattle,” said Christian Faltenberger, the mall’s general manager. “We hope guests enjoy our newest partnership with the local nonprofit REVIVE, expanding on our already popular Candy Crawl with added amenities and entertainment!”

REVIVE will give out candy from local businesses, take character photos and offer games for kids and families.

“REVIVE is so excited to partner with the community trusted organization Outlet Collection for The Treat – 4th Annual Halloween Event,” Mars Flannery of REVIVE said. “It is sure to be a highlight of your holiday weekend. With dozens of games, inflatables, costumes and more, it’s gonna be a party like no other!”

Part of the Outlet Collection of Seattle’s mission is to create a safe, community centered space where people can enjoy what Auburn has to offer.


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