The Friends of Normandy Park Foundation will be presenting ‘Thrill the World,’ a partnership with the Seattle Thrillers dancers on Saturday, Oct. 30, 2021, from 2 – 6 p.m.
This will be a worldwide, synchronized dance to Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’ performed by the Seattle Thrillers at Normandy Park Towne Center.
This FREE, family-friendly event includes:
- FREE PUMPKINS in a pumpkin patch (500 free pumpkins, while supplies last)
- Dancing by Seattle Thrillers to the festive Michael Jackson song ‘Thriller’
- A socially-distant children’s craft booth
- Live musical performance by Vote for Pedro
- Beer garden
- Scavenger hunt
- Costume contest
- Music & more!
Also, FREE COVID-19 vaccinations will be given out.
Special shout out to the Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce for donating 1000 masks to keep our attendees safe & for donating an additional 300 masks for our children’s craft booth!
WHEN: Saturday, Oct. 30, 2021: 2-6 p.m.
- 2 p.m.: Event starts
- 3 p.m.: Worldwide synchronized dance by the Seattle Thrillers, costume contest to follow
WHERE: Normandy Park Towne Center, 19803 1st Ave S, Normandy Park, WA (map below).
THANK YOU to our partners:
The Seattle Thrillers, Zombie Fest Northwest, the City of Normandy Park & the Normandy Park Towne Center
THANK YOU to our sponsors:
My World Dance & Fitness, Napolitano Skin & Body Studio & advertising sponsor Tay Krull with Berkshire Hathaway Real Estate and South King Media.
EXTRA SPECIAL THANK YOU to our Gold Level sponsors: Burien Chevrolet & Burien Toyota, we appreciate your support!
Would you like to find out how to become a Seattle Thriller dancer? Go to the website: www.seattlethrillers.com to join their meetup group. Visit the website to learn about rehearsals for this annual, world-wide event.
“We’re hopeful to host a pop-up vaccination site at this event and we will update this page with details as soon as we know more,” organizer Susan West said. “We’re keeping a close eye on the status of COVID-19 and we will be requiring mask wearing at our event in order to stay safe and to keep children under 12 safe.”
More info here: https://www.facebook.com/events/369977241250369/