LOCAL: Join Us for National Costume Swap Day! Go Green and Save!

 
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Go Green & Save!

Costume donation deadline extended – drop off your costumes through October 12 at noon!

Halloween is just around the corner!  How many times have you thought to yourself how great it would be to just swap a costume rather than spend money on a once and done costume?  Join Eventful Moms for National Costume Swap Day on October 13, 2012 at The Shoppes at Montage to Go Green and swap your gently used costumes, accessories, and props.

Come get into the Halloween spirit, enjoy refreshments, samples, and shop!  There will be FREE food, face painting, balloon creations, and more!  You can find complete information at Eventful Moms.

Here’s what to do…

  • Visit your local YMCA (Pittston, Wilkes-Barre, Carbondale, and Dunmore) through October 10, 2012  noon October 12, 2012 to drop off a gently used Halloween Costume (can be kids, adults, or pet).
  • You’ll receive an Eventful Moms token good for another gently used Halloween costume on October 13, 2012.  Have multiple costumes?  You’ll receive a token for each costume you swap.
  • Then just stop by The Shoppes at Montage, in the old Famous Footwear store, on October 13, 2012 between 10am and 3pm to select a costume of your choice.
Join our NEPA Costume Swap facebook to event stay up-to-date on the latest details :)

For more information find us on Facebook at facebook.com/EventfulMoms
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IMPORTANT DETAILS: Anyone may participate in the exchange. – Please only bring costumes that are clean and in good condition (no rips or stains – unless it’s part of the costume, of course!) – Costumes for children, adults and pets will be accepted. If you are unable to find a re-used costume you would like to swap for, you may donate your costume or reclaim your original costume provided that it has not already been claimed by someone else. – Feel free to donate costumes without swapping! – Leftover costumes will be donated to charity or saved for next year.

 

 
 
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