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Mill Creek MetroParks: Pumpkin Carving (10/17 & 10/26/13)

Pumpkin Carving

October 17th & October 26th

Ages 3 – 5: Thursday, 1 – 2 pm and Saturday, 11 am – Noon

Ages 6 – 11: Saturday, 1:30 – 3 pm

Children will enjoy carving their own pumpkin to take home. Learn what makes a pumpkin a pumpkin, taste test different flavors of pumpkin seeds, and see how many seeds your pumpkin has in our pumpkin seed counting contest. Call Fellows Riverside Gardens at 330-740-7116 to register. Fee: $12 (FFRG member $10).

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