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Amazing Again: Arts Council’s Pumpkin Carve Returns to Hopewell Valley Oct 11 - 14

HOPEWELL TOWNSHIP – The Hopewell Valley’s favorite fall days will soon return, when the Amazing Pumpkin Carve turns Woolsey Park in Titusville into a family-friendly autumn celebration. Forty massive pumpkins carved by local artists are just the beginning of the fifth annual fantastic festival from Friday, October 11 through Monday, October 14, 2019 (Columbus Day). For hours and details, visit www.hvartscouncil.org.

Orange skulls, pulpy dragons, and two-headed pumpkin ladies are only a few of the cool creatures carved by artists in years past. The HV Arts Council’s Amazing Pumpkin Carve is electrified allowing for dramatic lighting and motion effects to expand the Carver’s pumpkin palette. The results are sure to wow visitors with even more spectacular displays.

The Amazing Pumpkin Carve, in its fifth year, is much more than just amazing pumpkins. Courtyard activities include evening storytelling around fire pits, pumpkin sales and painting, art show & sale, live music performances, s’more kits & cider, hots dogs and snacks for purchase, a humongous hay bale playground, photo op-boards, and more!

Special events begin on Thursday October 10 with the “Watch-the-Carvers” Reception. Advance ticket holders and VIPs will watch artists in action, enjoy a lite-bites reception to the live music of “Fiddlesticks,” and see the amazing final pumpkins -- all before the Carve opens to the public. Advance tickets are required for this exclusive event.

Throughout the Carve weekend, there will be live music from celebrated local bands BoXoRox, Mixed Nuts, Recklesstown, and Uncle Skunk, as well as dance and vocal performances by students of The Pennington Studio. Bring a blanket, pack a picnic, and hangout to hear the bands.

Children of all ages will delight on Monday for Kid’s Day (Columbus Day) -- when everyone is a kid! All tickets are $5, and student bands from the School of Rock will impress you with their rock-and-roll prowess.

Don’t miss your chance to celebrate autumn in Hopewell Valley while supporting the many talented artists who call this region home. For more information and the schedule full of daily details, visit the Hopewell Valley Arts Council website at www.hvartscouncil.org.

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