Free Event! There's plenty to do including a Trunk or Treat, Pumpkin Carving, Music, and more! Make sure to wear your costumes!!! Carved Pumpkins will be lit around Weaver Pond @ 6pm
The Friends of the Newbury Town Library’s annual Harvest Festival is a fun day out with your family which supports the NTL! Raffle tickets are on sale now through Harvest Fest on Oct. 23rd at the Library – see below for the full list. Winners will be announced during Harvest Fest (don’t worry, you don’t need to be present to win). Here’s what’s happening this year:
Celebrate Halloween with us! Carve a pumpkin to take home for halloween, have your face painted and take a Halloween Photos too. This event is made possible by the generous support of the Institution for Savings for providing pumpkins for this year’s Pumpkin Carving Party. Special thanks to Wolf Hill for their help.
Please join us for one of our most popular events. $5 dollars a person. This is a great time to renew your membership and you will get in FREE! The Haunted Harvest will include:
Please join us for pumpkin decorating, face painting, music, cider donuts and more! Decorated pumpkins may be left to be submitted into the MFF's Pumpkin Illumination on 10/24 (for a chance to win prizes!). Admission include everything needed to decorate a pumpkin! Hosted by the Marblehead Family Fund and the Marblehead Recreation Department.
Pumpkin Fest was rained out, but there was still a chance to carve pumpkins! All carved pumpkins will be put on display at Weaver Pond in Patton Park for all to see. Come check out the spooky, the silly and the creative ways that friends and neighbors carved their Halloween Jack-o-Lanterns.
Want to carve your very own pumpkin, or three? Come to the farm to help get our pumpkins ready for Appleton Farms Kids Pumpkin Trail ! Families are welcome to bring snacks & BYOB to enjoy while carving. All pumpkins have to stay on the farm for the trail, but if you help carve a few we encourage you to come for FREE and see if you can find your own creation along the way!
Saturday, January 28
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