Join Centerra’s Halloween Hullabaloo – Oct. 27

Published: October 20, 2007

LOVELAND, CO – October 19, 2007 – McWHINNEY and The Marketplace at Centerra are joining forces this Halloween season by hosting a ‘spooktacular’ day of family fun at the “Halloween Hullabaloo” on Saturday, October 27 from noon to 4 p.m. at The Marketplace at Centerra, located off Highway 34 in Loveland (west of I-25).

The Hullabaloo will offer a festive street carnival on Fall River Drive (between Panera Bread, Chipotle, and Noodles) with activities for kids of all ages including face painting, balloon artists, inflatable jumps and slide, special treats and more. In addition, youngsters are invited to come dressed in their costume and participate in a costume contest at 3 p.m. The costume contest will also include a family/group category.

Pick your perfect pumpkin at the Hullabaloo and support a great cause as well. For a $5 donation to Partners Mentoring Youth, festival visitors will leave the event with their very own jack-o-lantern ready for carving. All proceeds from pumpkin sales will benefit the youth mentoring organization. As part of the Partners pumpkin patch, there will be pre-decorated pumpkins available for a $20 donation. The pumpkins are decorated as part of a contest between the merchants at The Marketplace, which will then be donated to Partners to sell at the pumpkin patch.

The Marketplace at Centerra is located at Rocky Mountain Avenue and Eisenhower Boulevard (Highway 34). Anchor stores in The Marketplace include Target, Sportsman’s Warehouse, and Marshalls among others.

For more information regarding the Halloween Hullabaloo event, please visit or call Kerrilyn O’Rourke, Marketing Manager – McWHINNEY at 970-613-4567 or Amy Alcorn, Marketing Assistant, McWHINNEY at 970-776-1040.



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