Quarantine-o-ween triple treat trek

This fall, our community wore their costumes, and wore their masks/face coverings to our free, community-crafted trek in search of the Fall Fox through North Bend, Downtown Snoqualmie, Snoqualmie Ridge and Fall City.
Families visited Quarantine-O-Ween tables to safely pick up pre-arranged and pre-packaged goodie bags, courtesy of 24 local merchants and non-profit organizations. 
Si View Metro Parks hosted a creepy, crawly peek-in haunted house as well at the North Bend Train Depot
Participants safely got their spooky on by searching for the elusive "Fall Fox" hiding throughout each town. It was designed by the talented North Bend Downtown Foundation. Kids looked high and low for the Fall Fox symbols, and entered into a drawing to win a prize! 
SAFETY GUIDELINES: We followed Safe Start guidelines to create a healthy, distanced community trek. The outdoor, socially distanced trek maintained a six-foot distance between families, and all participants were required to wear a mask while trekking. Hand sanitizer and extra masks were provided at tables.
#KeetItLocalNorthBend 
Thank you for supporting local small businesses this holiday season!


Got questions? Connect with Bre Keveren, Associate Planner via email, or call (425) 888-7669. Follow Quarantine-O-Ween on Facebook

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Brought to You by the City of North Bend and the North Bend Downtown Foundation