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Gruss vom Krampus – Krampus Fun for Everyone

Sunday, December 11, @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm


Want to add a little creepy to your Christmas? Want to give a little fright to your favorite night?

Calling all naughty kids! Calling all naughty grownups!

This year, we are celebrating Krampus in all his terrible glory! We’ll dig into the legend of Krampus, sing Krampus Carols, and even meet the Yuletide Monster himself!

Everyone sits on Santa’s lap for Holiday photos – so boring! This year come and pose with Krampus for an Instagram pic you’ll treasure forever!

Krampus will bring joy and terror as well as a small gift for all attending. Donations are not required, but are appreciated as it will help in covering costs. Anything above and beyond will go to Northwest Pagan Fest to help raise funds for next year’s NWPF events.


Sunday, December 11,
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm


Spokane Magickal Moot
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Spokane Public Library – Hillyard Branch
4005 N Cook
Spokane, WA 99207 United States
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(509) 444-5380
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