OCT 27 2023

Community Night: Pumpkin Decorating

Pumpkin Decorating

October 27, 2023

We hope families from across the state of Michigan join us virtually for a classic fall activity, pumpkin decorating! In a twist on traditional pumpkin carving, attendees will receive a decorative pumpkin to bedazzle, paint, and adorn with festive decorations alongside other community members. Costumes are welcomed and encouraged! We’ll also hear from a dental provider about how to care for your teeth when indulging in all that candy.

Register by October 13th to receive a box containing activity supplies.
You may still register for this event after the deadline has passed and are welcome to join us for the learning opportunity and discussion.

For any questions regarding this event, please contact Patrice Thomas by email at pthomas@hfmich.org.

Michigan families are eligible to receive a meal reimbursement and/or shipped supplies for virtual activities! While we are only able to offer this particular perk to Michigan residents, we do hope that EVERYONE feels welcome to join our virtual programs to receive education and connection. Please join us! 

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