The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center will host its 12th annual Kroc Fest Oct. 7 in Greenville.
Running from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., the free event at 424 Westfield St. will offer a variety of activities, including:
- A pumpkin patch
- A petting zoo
- Showings of “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown”
- Free youth and adult fitness classes
- Face painting
- A 360-degree photo booth
- A presentation on Meadowbrook Park
- An Open gym
- A family-friendly Halloween costume contest
Kroc Fest will also feature vendors such as:
- Pink Mama’s Ice Cream
- Salads by Ms. Deb
- Bricks & Minifigs Greenville
- Touch’d by Adrienne — Mobile massage therapist
- Jazz’s Beauty Box
During the event, Kroc Greenville will waive all registration fees for anyone who signs up for a membership. Each new member will also receive a guest invitation for free entry to the facility through Nov. 15.
“We are extremely excited to welcome everyone from the community to join us at the Kroc Center for our Fall Kroc Fest,” said Kroc Greenville Executive Director David Hanna. “There will be an opportunity to support our partners, Harvest Hope and Hollis Academy, and we hope many of our neighbors will join us for fun activities for the entire family to enjoy.”
Attendees may also donate items for Hollis Academy and Harvest Hope Food Bank’s Title I BackPack program.
For more information, visit krocgreenville.org.