Kings County and Woodville residents enjoy pumpkin fun.
The annual Woodville Pumpkin Party was recently held at the Woodville Community Centre. Plenty of bright orange pumpkins were carved for Halloween. A huge pile of autumn leaves was also too tempting to resist.
Spike, Mayor Sandra Snow and Grade 8 student Morgan Doucette.
Mascot Spike, Mayor Sandra Snow and Sarah Suffron enjoying the pumpkin drop festivities.
Kings County Academy held its annual pumpkin drop where students try to create a vessel from recycled and environmental materials to prevent their pumpkin from smashing. Members of Kentville police and staff from the Town of Kentville, and the town’s mascot, Spike, helped judge the winners. A special thank you to Atlantic Arborists for donating their time and equipment.
Natalie Nickerson proved that even the very young can get involved in all things pumpkin.
Sarah Foote stays focused on her pumpkin creation.
Rowan Contant looks like he’s done this before, or is a quick learner.
Maetia Contant was eager to show off her pumpkin-carving skills.
Bob Justason got involved in the pumpkin party, gloves and all.
Eli Contant checked out different designs before getting to work.
Jessica VanOostrum got down to business immediately.