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Bashas’ Spooky-Markets Host Family-Friendly Halloween Celebrations
October 27, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pmFree
It’s that time of year when Bashas’ Supermarkets become Spooky-markets as Arizona’s family-owned grocer invites families to celebrate Halloween at each of its 56 Bashas’ stores across the state, as well as Eddie’s Country Store in Pinetop and Food City locations in Parker and Lake Havasu City next Saturday, Oct. 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
From witches and ghosts to superheroes and cartoon characters, children of all ages are invited to show off their Halloween costumes and have a lot of fun taking part in all of the family-friendly activities in the store.
Bashas’ Halloween Party will feature:
· Trick-or-treating stations throughout the store;
· Halloween cake decorating ($5/cake);
· Caramel apple decorating ($3/caramel apple);
· Cut-out cookie decorating ($1/cookie);
· Free apple cider; and
· Tons of photo-taking opportunities!
Trick-or-treating and costumes are a rite of passage during the Halloween season, and many families are looking for safe public places to bring their younger children trick-or-treating during the day. Bashas’ Halloween Party is an opportunity for children to celebrate the holiday in a safe and fun, family-friendly environment during the day. It’s also an alternative for those who prefer not to trick-or-treat door-to-door in the dark.
Next Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018
From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Bashas’ 56 Supermarkets throughout Arizona, along with:
Eddie’s Country Store (1753 E. White Mountain Blvd, Pinetop, AZ 85935)
Food City (1020 W. Arizona Ave, Parker, AZ 85344, and 1799 Kiowa Ave., Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403)
Bashas’ Family of Stores – the family-owned grocer that operates Food City, AJ’s Fine Foods, Eddie’s Country Store, and both Bashas’ and Bashas’ Diné supermarkets – is an Arizona-based company founded by brothers Ike and Eddie Basha, Sr. With more than 100 grocery stores, it is one of the largest employers in the state and one of the Best Places to Work in Arizona. Since the company’s inception in 1932, Bashas’ has given back more than $100 million to the communities it serves. For more information, visit www.bashas.com.