Popular Halloween Event Seeks Local Howlers and Prowlers

Reber Ranch is inviting all locals and their little “monsters” (pets) to its annual Howl and Prowl event on Saturday, October 24th, featuring free hayrides, caricature drawings, a parade, and much more.

Reber Ranch, whose primary focus is to serve the local Fido’s, Fluffy’s and Mr. Ed’s, will be hosting their annual Halloween event, Howl and Prowl, on Saturday, October 24th from 10am to 2pm.

Throughout the day, Reber Ranch will be offering free hayrides, caricature drawings (for people and pets), children’s craft stations, snacks and drinks, and a costume parade and contest for those who want to join.

“Our main priority for this event is to bring the entire community together for a fun day that everyone can participate in,” said Carrie Estrada, Marketing Manager for Reber Ranch. “This year there are free activities for people and pets of all ages, so this is an event people do not want miss!”

Local figures such as Mayor Suzette Cooke, Andrea Keikkala from the Kent Chamber of Commerce, and Polly Shepherd from the Kent Reporter will be in attendance and will also be judging the costume contest.

Event Details:

Date: Saturday October 24th, 2015

Time: 10AM to 2PM


Reber Ranch

28606 –132nd Ave SE

Kent, WA 98042

Schedule of Activities:

10 AM - 2 PM Hay Rides
10 AM - 2 PM Caricatures
10 AM - 2 PM Children Crafts
11 AM - 1 PM Snacks and drinks
10 AM - 2 PM Vendor Product Demos
1 PM Costume Parade and Contest (prizes will be awarded)

Also available for an additional fee:
11 AM - 3 PM Professional Pet Photos by Kricket (Prices Vary)

Register for the costume contest here: https://goo.gl/uvPHAe

If a person and/or their dog comes dressed in a costume, they will get $15 off any $50 store purchase that day.

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Established in 1984, Reber Ranch is a family-owned, full-service pet destination for your dog, cat, horse and even backyard birds. Reber Ranch is home to more than 14,000 square feet of animal supply products, a grooming salon, a do-it-yourself dog wash, a veterinary hospital, and free outdoor dog parks, all of which are open seven days a week.

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