City of Kentwood to Host Fourth Annual Flashlight Yeti Hunt
All-ages Event Will Feature Clues Along Walking Path, Warm Drinks and Photos with Yeti
Due to weather, this event has been rescheduled for Friday, Feb. 2 at Bowen Station Park, 4499 Bowen Blvd SE.
The City of Kentwood needs help finding the yeti again on Friday, Jan. 26 – and this year, he brought along some friends.
The fourth annual Flashlight Yeti Hunt will take place 5:30 -7:30 p.m. at Covenant Park, 3724 Shaffer Ave. SE. Participants will use flashlights to search for clues leading to the yeti – also known as the Abominable Snowman – and his two friends along a mile-long walking path.
“We’re excited to host the Flashlight Yeti Hunt again this year,” said Val Romeo, Parks and Recreation director. “This is a great opportunity for community members of all ages to come together for some winter fun. We look forward to seeing who can find the yeti and his friends first."
The event will end at the park’s clubhouse, where participants can enjoy warm drinks, light refreshments and a chance for a photo with the yeti.
General admission is $7 per household, and participants are asked to bring their own flashlight.
To sign up and learn more, visit Kentwood.us/YetiHunt or call Kentwood Parks and Recreation at 616.656.5270.