LIHU‘E — Families are welcome when Wilcox Medical Center unleashes its 17th annual Halloween Keiki Parade on Oct. 31 at noon in the Wilcox Medical Center lobby.
Children, ages 4 years old and younger, are encouraged to dress in their most creative costumes for the parade to receive treats and other goodies from the Wilcox physicians and staff.
“Our Halloween Keiki Parade is a tradition for Kaua‘i families, and our Wilcox ‘ohana each year,” said Jen Chahanovich, president and CEO of Wilcox Medical Center and CEO of Kaua‘i Medical Clinic. “We always look forward to seeing the creative costumes keiki come in. Our physicians and staff get into the spirit, too. This event is a chance for us to offer families of young children a safe, healthy space to celebrate the holiday.”
Prizes will be awarded to keiki costume contest winners.
Other activities include a photo booth, refreshments and an employee pumpkin-carving contest where people can vote for their favorite decorated pumpkin.
Source: The Garden Island