The Downtown Squamish Business Improvement Association (DSBIA) is inviting the community to a Pumpkin Patch in the park on Saturday, October 23 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Pumpkin Patch will be at Stan Clarke Park in Downtown Squamish. Don’t miss a day of fun for the whole family. From face painting to live music, Halloween crafts to bake sales, spooky stories to trick or treating, there’s something for everyone in your family. Come in costume as we will also have a great photo opportunity.
There is no admission fee for this event, but please bring cash for the pumpkins and bake sale. The minimum donation is $5 per pumpkin, with all proceeds going to @seatoskyallies, an organization that empowers, educates, supports and builds community parents, carers and allies of 2SLGBTQ+ individuals.
“I’m so excited that we can finally bring this community event back, and this year we’ll be adding a few new fun activities, including scary stories with the Little Bookstore, Halloween art with local artist Ciarra Saylor, and a Downtown Squamish trick or Treat,’ said Kerry Neil, Executive Director of The Downtown Squamish BIA.
“Kids receive a free treat bag and stamp card from Pumpkin Patch and visit at least 10 participating businesses downtown before returning to the park to enter a contest to win the grand prize.”
“We sincerely thank our community partners and sponsors for making this possible: Rotary Club of Squamish, Save on Foods, Sea to Sky Courier, Nesters Market, Alta Lake Electric & Squamish Farmers Market Association. Be sure to follow @downtownsquamish on Instagram and stay tuned for more details, announcements, contests and COVID-19 logs.”