Annual Malloween Carnival

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Annual Malloween Carnival

Costume Contest and Mall-O-Ween
Sign you child up for The Mall’s annual Halloween Costume Contest. Prizes will be awarded for first, second and third in three age categories. The costume contest will be held at 11 am and preregistration is required. To register your child, please stop by The Hays Mall Office or call 785-625-3314. Following the costume contest children can stay and have some fun playing games at The Hays Mall's annual Mall-O-Ween! The annual Mall-O-Ween Carnival is a fun indoor Halloween event with non-profit organizations sponsoring children's games and activities. Each game requires one ticket which can be purchased for $1.00. All ticket proceeds benefit the participating non-profit organizations. Games will run from 12-2 pm.
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Annual Malloween Carnival

Address : The Mall, 2918 Vine Hays KS
Phone : 785-625-3314   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Tickets are available at the Halloween Haunted House located at the Center Court.


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