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Olympus Hills Shopping Center Trunk or Treat

Visit the Olympus Hills Shopping Center free Trunk or Treat Event on October 24th from 1 to 5 pm.


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On Saturday October 24th from 1-5 pm Olympus Hills Shopping Center is sponsoring a Trunk or Treat activity. The Olympus Hills Shopping Center is located at 3990 South Wasatch Blvd, Millcreek.
The event will feature a Trunk or Treat, crafts and games. The center will be decorated throughout with custom decorations.
Decorations include ‘The Spiders Nest’, ‘The Graveyard’ ‘Mummyland’ ‘The Lab’ ‘The Fortune Teller’ and the ‘Pumpkin Patch’
The Public is welcome to visit and decorate their vehicle for Treaters or just come and see the excitement. The event is free.
From  1-3 pm a kids fun run called the ” Wicked Kids Dash and Black Cat Lope” will be held. It is put on by Sports-am.com. The course will be at Olympus Hills Shopping Center. There will be a 50 yard dash, a 1 mile run and a Stroller Crawl. Kids are encouraged to dress up in costume and can run with parents. For the Stroller Crawl decorated strollers are encouraged. Visit  http://www.sports-am.com/Kis-Wicked-Run.html for more information about the run.
For more information on the entire event visit https://www.facebook.com/olympushillsshoppingcenter

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