2014 Pumpkin Carving Contest

Pumpkins, pumpkins and more Pumpkins

Pumpkins_2012_04Sharpen up your pumpkin carving skills. Bring your hand-carved or decorated pumpkin to the market to be on display and then be judged by Abby Rovaldi, Attleboro Arts Museum program coordinator and artist.

Get your pumpkins to the Market by 11 a.m., judging around noontime.

CLICK HERE for a video look at last year’s entries.

Kim from Ugly Dog Books will be here at 10 a.m. to read to the AFM families, “Too Many Pumpkins” by Linda White. And through Kim’s generosity each family will be able to bring a copy of the book home too!! We invite everyone to visit the craft table to make a pumpkin themed craft too!! Continue reading “2014 Pumpkin Carving Contest”

Carved and ready

Pumpkins were awesome, thanks to all who carved!

Thanks to Abby Rovaldi, Attleboro Arts Museum’s Programs Coordinator, who was our Judge this morning. First Prize “The World” by the Polis family, First Prize Kids “The Farmer” by the Olson family and Judge’s Choice “Frankenstien” by the Finnegan family. “I loved them all,” said Abby Rovaldi, “I only wish everyone could get a prize.”

The pumpkins will be part of the Oak Knoll Spooktackular tonight, Oct. 20, at the Attleboro Springs Wildlife Sanctuary at La Salette Shrine.

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