FALL FUN: What West Seattle Junction Harvest Fest will be like this year

Another traditional fall-fun event is reformatting for this pandemic year – Harvest Fest, presented by the West Seattle Junction Association. It’ll span 10 days, including a scavenger hunt, with a map that’ll be part of the Harvest Fest Box for Kids, available for online pre-orders this Thursday:

The Junction is bringing the joy of Harvest and Halloween in one special box. Each box has a seasonally-themed or musically-themed craft, individually wrapped Halloween treats, and a special surprise from the Junction! Includes the scavenger map!

Also available for pre-orders starting Thursday – the Harvest Fest Box for Adults, which “brings you all the local and cozy feelings of the season.” Junction beverage purveyors will offer special seasonal drinks. And there’ll be free fun – a Junction Pumpkin Walk to enjoy decorated windows, and an online Haunted Concert with West Seattle School of Rock. (You can also get the Scavenger Map without buying a box = it’ll be in stores October 20th.) In the middle of the 10 days of Harvest Fest – Haunted Trivia. Watch for details on all this within a few days

6 Replies to "FALL FUN: What West Seattle Junction Harvest Fest will be like this year"

  • OldFogey September 28, 2020 (9:13 pm)

    So – might there be alternative boxes for adults? Or could our wonderful West Seattle venues start offering non-alcoholic mock-tails? Sodas & juices are for the kiddos. Mock-tails are more creative, less sugary and quite yummy.

  • Gatewood Gal September 28, 2020 (9:26 pm)

    Hmmm – does Starbucks know they are sitting on top of the West Seattle Morgue?

    • Wsguy123 September 29, 2020 (1:00 am)

      Do tell. I know there was a hospital on the second floor of the previous building on that corner but didn’t know about a basement morgue.

      • Gatewood Gal September 29, 2020 (2:56 pm)

        Yes, the morgue was across the street. There was a food supplement/health store last before the bldg was torn down for retail/apartments high rise. When the foundation was dug, you could walk by & see the ledges where the deceased were held.

  • Sam-c September 29, 2020 (6:06 am)

    What a creative endeavor! Thank you Junction Assoc. and West Seattle businesses!

  • Kim September 29, 2020 (11:02 pm)

    So happy to hear this. We will definitely be participating. Thank you!

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