Please note: This calendar shows activities organized or sponsored by the PNA (including the Greenwood Senior Center). It does not include activities organized by other community members, groups, or businesses renting space at the centers.
All in-person PNA classes and events are canceled at least through May 31. Stay tuned for the status of activities after that date.
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Hunger Goblin’ Trick or Treat & Food Drive
Saturday October 26, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Trick or Treat for a cause! Children are invited 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 lane at Piper Village businesses. Share your pics! #hungergoblin #phinneyneighborhoodassociation
Hosted by Phinney-Greenwood businesses.
Photo Booth Lane at Piper Village: Morrow Lane @Piper Village will be partnering with the Greenwood Art Collective this year. Each participating business will have a custom painted Halloween themed 8 foot-high by 4 foot-wide back drop out in front of their entrance for trick or treaters to pose for pictures in front of. The Piper Village Participating businesses are Verity Credit Union, Seatown Veterinary, Ladywell’s Spa, Mud Bay, School of Rock, Title Boxing, and Snapdoodle Toys.
The Greenwood Art Collective will be having an out door gallery in the breezeway next to the fountain and in between Banner Dental and Ladywell’s Spa from 12-5pm on Saturday October 26 the same afternoon as Hunger Goblin
Children are welcomed to trick or treat from 12-3pm at participating Piper Village 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.
Prost! (73rd & Greenwood) Crafts & Games – Come by the bar during the Hunger Goblin’ Trick or Treat and have a bier while your dressed up and sugared up kiddos do some Halloween crafts and games. You know you’ll need a break from all the madness and they’re the place to be!
Woodland Park Church: (78th and Greenwood) In addition to handing out candy, they’ll have a live band playing folk-rock and rock-a-billy music on the entryway of the church. Stop by and jam out!
If you’d like to give out treats, simply hang a “participant poster” at your business on Saturday, October 26! You can pick up an 11 x 17 poster at the Phinney Center or you can download and print a poster yourself (posters coming soon!).
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.
Thanks to Sandy Nelson Design for the awesome Hunger Goblin’ illustration!