Hunger Goblin’ Trick or Treat
Saturday, October 27, 2018 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Trick or Treat for a cause! Children are welcomed to trick or treat at participating businesses and encouraged to donate $2 or a non-perishable food item for the FamilyWorks Greenwood Food Bank to help families in need in our community.
Look for donation stations along Phinney/Greenwood, and Hunger Goblin’ posters marking businesses with treats (or tricks!).
Make sure to stop by the photo booth at Umpqua Bank (7120 Greenwood Ave N). Share your pics! #hungergoblin
Hosted by Phinney-Greenwood businesses.
Special Activities at Local Businesses:
Greenwood Library, 12-3 pm – Hunger Goblin’: Bats and Crafts at the Library
Make sure to stop in at the library during the Phinney Neighborhood Association’s Hunger Goblin’ Trick or Treat! We’ll have books, spooky bat crafts, and more fun for kids available while supplies last. Please bring a non-perishable food item to donate to FamilyWorks Greenwood Food Resource Center if you can.
Rock of Ages Lutheran Brethren Church, 316 N 70th St
Congregation members decorate their car trunks and fill the parking lot to hand out candy. They will also have free cider, hot cocoa, and bathrooms for parents and kids to use.
If you’d like to give out treats, simply hang a “participant poster” at your business on Saturday, October 27! You can pick up an 11 x 17 poster at the Phinney Center at any time, you you can download and print posters yourself:
If you’re planning an additional activity or something special beyond handing out treats, email [email protected] and we’ll get it up on the website and Facebook event.
Thanks to Sandy Nelson Design for the awesome Hunger Goblin’ illustration!