Jack-o-lantern Trail Pumpkin Pledge
McConnell Springs, 416 Rebmann Lane, Lexington KY
Tuesday, October 27
Three separate viewing sessions per night at 6:30, 7:45 and 9 p.m.
Reservation required - limited number of reservations per time slot.
Lexington Parks and Recreation needs your pumpkins! This fall Lexington Parks and Recreation will be hosting our first-ever jack-o-lantern trail at McConnell Springs. The public will enjoy an enchanting Halloween experience featuring hundreds of hand carved pumpkins as they light up the night. In addition to marveling at the glow of the pumpkins there will be campfires and s’mores, live owls from Critters in the Classroom and tasty fall food & beverages. Perfect for all ages, this night hike will be a great event for all.
That's where you come in! Show your pumpkin carving skills by making the Pumpkin Pledge to help build this exciting new community Halloween experience. We would like at least 1,000 carved pumpkins to make it all the way around the half-mile trail at McConnell Springs, but without you, we have no trail! If you donate the carved jack-o-lantern, Parks will take care of lighting them. People can donate a single pumpkin or groups can plan a special concept pumpkin grouping or sculpture. The sky is the limit for creativity and participation!
Pumpkins need to be carved and dropped off Monday, October 26 or Tuesday, October 27 to ensure freshness throughout the event.
Get double the exposure by taking a picture of your jack-o-lantern and sharing it with Transy, where it will be placed in a virtual Pumpkinmania display on the steps of Old Morrison.
Get more details about delivery and the VIP pumpkin donor viewing upon submitting the pledge below!
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Name of Pumpkin Carver/Group
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Enter your phone number in this format: (859) 123-4567
How many carved Jack-o-lanterns would you like to donate?
Do you have a special concept pumpkin grouping? If so, please describe your concept and how much space you might need to execute your idea.
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