Keene NH, Pumpkin Festival

 

Experience the Magic of the Pumpkin Festival!

Keene NH 2011 Pumpkin Festival

Keene NH 2011 Pumpkin Festival

Do you want to experience community spirit at its peak? Do you want to feel awe-struck as you gaze at towers shimmering with hundreds of jack-o’-lanterns, be touched by the personal messages and artistic renderings carved in orange gourds? Do you want to set a World Record for the most lit jack-o’-lanterns? Do you want to show your family what can happen when a community comes together to do what they do best? This is your chance!

Keene Pumpkin Festival • Saturday, October 19, 2013, Noon-8:29 pm • Downtown Keene, NH

Here’s all you have to do…

First: Please consider making a donation to the event, now.

The City of Keene is committed to keeping the Pumpkin Festival FREE but we know you think it’s priceless! Your donation in advance of $10 dollars or any amount will go a long way in keeping this event alive for your children and your children’s children. This year you will also be invited to contribute $1 per person at the Festival.

Second: Carve a pumpkin. The magic of the festival is in your participation. If everyone who comes to the event brings a carved pumpkin, we will set an unbeatable world record!

Third: Bring your pumpkin creation to downtown Keene on Saturday, October 20 and revel in the magic you help create.

Community spirit, awe, connection with thousands of others all trying to break a world record together… it doesn’t get any better than this!

Here is a link to their site where you can find more info!

Here’s a TREAT! Let it Shine!
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Keene NH, Pumpkin Festival — 2 Comments

  1. We just got back from PF 2011… and while we still enjoy the festival going on, we thought it was VERY different this year – food court area was not well designed at all; too crowded and not traffic flow friendly. No Tower out on Railroad Ave; no fireworks, not feeling the same downtown….. Please improve for next year.