How will this year’s Pumpkin Harvest Festival be different?

This year’s festival will be very different due to the COVID-19 pandemic. City leadership and staff will lead a parade of sorts, with police and fire vehicles as well as a truck and trailer filled with ripe orange pumpkins surrounded by hay bales visiting five neighborhood parks. At each location children will be given a goodie bag filled with Halloween toys and treats and of course, a free pumpkin of their very own (while supplies last). Physical distancing and low-contact guidelines will be observed at this event to keep you and your family safe. Drive-thru participation is strongly encouraged.

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.

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1. How will this year’s Pumpkin Harvest Festival be different?
2. What neighborhood parks will the Pumpkin Harvest Festival On the Go stop at and at what times?
3. Will there be games and prizes this year?
4. How long will you be at each neighborhood park?
5. How is the City of Washougal keeping families safe at this event?
6. Who can I contact with questions about this event?
7. How much does this event cost?
8. Can we wear our costumes?
9. What if it's raining outside?
10. I can't make it to this event. What are other ways I can celebrate Halloween safely this year?