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Halloween Spook Parade

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Event# 913-755-2146

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Come join in the spook parade. Meet at the city auditorium before we start the parade. After the parade, plan on trick or treating downtown. The first 200 spooks in costume will receive a bag of goodies! 4:00pm.

Halloween Spook Parade

Address : Downtown Osawatomie KS
Phone : 913-755-2146   (Always call and confirm events.)

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