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Pearlridge Center CANDY CRAWL with Mandy Sugunuma

Join Love Song’s Mandy Sugunuma at Pearlridge Mall’s Annual CANDY CRAWL!

Pearlridge Center will be hosting its annual Candy Crawl with a twist! This year, Pearlridge will be conducting a drive-thru crawl spanning from TJ Maxx to Macy’s. This year’s Candy Crawl Drive-Thru is just around the corner and space is limited! Reserve your spot today and join us in your spookiest costumes and collect all your favorite treats!

Teal Pumpkin Project is created for children with food allergy sensitivities and we’ve got other treats lined up. Simply register under Teal Pumpkin if you have a child with food allergies. Our Teal Pumpkin Project is a movement to raise awareness of food allergies and to create a safer, more inclusive Halloween for all trick-or-treaters. For more info about the Teal Pumpkin Project, visit

Complimentary tote:

Hand us your canned goods upon sign-in and receive a complimentary tote! Supplies limited, no purchase necessary. One Complimentary tote per vehicle. All donated goods will go to benefit the Hawaii Food Bank.

What you need to know/Logistics:

  1. Registration is required and space is limited! Tickets are first come, first serve.
  2. Please have printed admission tickets or digital copy ready for display through the car window.
  3. Donate two (2) or more cans of food and receive a complimentary tote. Donations are not necessary for event admission. All canned goods will go to benefit Hawaii Food Bank.
  4. Drive-thru trick-or-treat route will begin from Macy’s to TJ Maxx.
  5. Trick-or-treat bags will be provided for each vehicle. Bags will be tied to vehicle’s door handles or side view mirrors for a safe hands-free experience.
  6. Registered participants are required to keep windows closed throughout the event to ensure everyone’s safety. Masks are required.


October 30, 2020
5:00 pm - 7:30 pm