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Outlets at Sparks Halloween Egg Hunt and Giveaway

Today’s post is sponsored by Outlets at Sparks. Don’t miss details at the end of this post on their $100 gift card giveaway just for Reno Moms Blog fans! 

If you’re looking for a safe, unique Halloween event for your ghosts and goblins consider the Outlets at Sparks first-ever Hallowen Egg Hunt on Thursday, October 31.

Instead of going “batty” this year, Halloween has gone to the birds at the Outlets at Sparks with their first-ever Halloween Egg Hunt on October 31 at 5 p.m., with trick-or-treating afterwards until 6 p.m.

Legends Halloween Easter Egg HuntChildren ages 12 months to 10 years are invited for a different Halloween adventure this year. On the Outlets at Sparks property, 10,000 black and orange eggs will be filled with candy and prizes such as gift cards to the on-site stores, then made available to children for pick up. Promptly at 5 p.m., children will be broken out into age groups, gather together, and then hunt for the eggs placed in select areas of the property. The egg hunt portion will take approximately 20 minutes.

During the hunt, costumed kids can collect as many eggs as possible, after which a safe trick-or-treat will also take place, allowing the little goblins and fairies to gather more candy in front of the stores. There will also be a costume contest, with prizes given for the best three costumes chosen that evening. A DJ will be present to entertain both kids and parents, and stores will celebrate the holiday with sidewalk sales.

Stay tuned for a special Outlets at Sparks giveaway just for Reno Moms Blog readers! Make sure to friend us on Facebook to learn how you could win a mini shopping spree! Giveaway starts Friday 10/25!

Outlets at Sparks is located at 1310 Scheels Drive – Next to Scheels – 5 Minutes from Downtown Reno.


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