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This year’s festival will once again be different due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The City of Washougal is holding the Pumpkin Harvest Festival as a Trick-or-Treat walk-thru event at Hathaway Park this year. Free pumpkins and goodie bags of Halloween toys and treats will be given away. Children (and adults!) are encouraged to wear their costumes. Physical distancing and low-contact guidelines will be observed at this event to keep you and your family safe. Please wear a face covering.
In years past, local families would dress in Halloween costumes and gather at Reflection Plaza in downtown Washougal for children’s games, free snacks, entertainment and of course, a free pumpkin! Unfortunately, the event will not proceed in this way.
The Pumpkin Harvest Festival Trick-or-Treat Walk-Thru will be held at Hathaway Park (732 25th St, Washougal, WA 98671) from 2-5pm.
No, there will not be games this year. The city will provide Halloween bags that children can take to different areas of the event to receive toys, treats and a pumpkin. While supplies last.
This event gives families an opportunity to wear their Halloween costumes and trick-or-treat through Hathaway Park. Physical distancing and low-contact guidelines will be observed at this event. Please wear a face covering.
For details contact Rose Jewell, City of Washougal at Rose.firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is FREE for Washougal families. Pumpkins and prizes will be distributed while supplies last.
The Washougal Pumpkin Harvest Festival is presented by the City of Washougal, along with partnerships with Columbia River Realty who donated toward purchase of the pumpkins. Thank you to our partners: Washougal Police Department, Camas-Washougal Fire Department, Washougal Community Library, ReFuel Washougal
Absolutely! We are encouraging all to wear costumes at this event, but keep in mind that a plastic costume mask is not a substitute for a cloth face covering. Please wear a face covering.