Back to School Bash set for Wednesday in Federal Way

The first 150 kids will receive a free backpack with school supplies.

Pacific Medical Centers is hosting a free Back to School Bash to help kids wrap up summer and get ready for the fall.

There will be giveaways, a scavenger hunt, science on wheels, a healthy cooking demo, face painting, a bouncy house, snacks and refreshments and more.

The first 150 kids will receive a free backpack with school supplies (grades K-8). All ages are welcome to join in on the fun.

The event is set for 5:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 14 in the parking lot at Pacific Medical Centers in Federal Way, 31899 Gateway Center Blvd. S.

For more information, visit www.PacMed.org/BacktoSchool.

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