Pump­kin play

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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.

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