Halloween Ghouls Scavenger Hunt: Oct. 24 – 30

(Whitewater Chamber submission) The Whitewater Chamber of Commerce has re-imagined its annual Ghoul’s Night Out event. This year we are hosting a socially distanced scavenger hunt that will take place the whole week before Halloween, 10/24 – 10/30/20. Families/children will grab a scavenger hunt form and explore town looking for the hidden Halloween symbols at local businesses. There are symbols hidden on the east side, west side, and downtown! Once you have located at least 10 of the hidden symbols bring your completed scavenger hunt forms to the Discover Whitewater offices to pick up a spooky bag of tasty treats and get entered into the prize drawing for an amazing basket of seasonal goodies!

Children and families are encouraged to grab a scavenger hunt form from the Discover Whitewater office downtown, 150 W. Main Street, or print one from either the Whitewater Area Chamber Facebook event post or the chamber’s event page. Forms will be available at the downtown offices by 10/21. While we cannot tell you which businesses are participating, (that would give away the symbol locations), we want to thank the over 20 local businesses for joining in on the fun!

If you would like more information about this event please contact us by phone at 263-473-4005 or by email at info@whitewaterchamber.com Happy Hunting and Happy Halloween!

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