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The Unity Next Community Center is having their Halloween Hootenanny! It's set for tomorrow morning at 10 to 3 o'clock and will feature everything from a scavenger hunt to a costume contest and lots of giveaways! It's a free event and will have several vendors on site. MORE INFO >> ... See MoreSee Less
October 21, 2017, 10:00am - October 21, 2017, 3:00pm
Happenings include a Scavenger Hunt and Costume Contest for attendees with 25 raffle tickets going to the first person to finish the hunt and raffle tickets given for costume winner(s), lots of great vendors to shop with, and a computer giveaway! Bring #10 cans of food (large) for Hungry Hearts Ministries! We love giving raffle tickets away….and you can always purchase more and help the community center and 2 non-profits at the same time! FREE admission!
Scavenger Hunt will begin at 12pm and run until we have a winner!
Our vendors include the following:
Pink Zebra Sprinkles
My Secret Soirée
Thirty One Gifts
The Cocoa Exchange
Zeal for Life
If you have any questions about being a vendor or how to help, text Bridget Sclama at 580-919-2956!