Halloween 2018 may be over but that doesn’t mean you just throw your pumpkin in the rubbish! You spent money as well as sweat and, perhaps, blood and guts, creating your pumpkin, and it’s a shame to just dispose of it. Well, you don’t have to!
On November 1st, the fine folks at the Bradley Museum are having a final Halloween hurrah, entitled the ‘Park Your Pumpkin Parade’. This is an annual event that celebrates your creativity as well as Halloween, and it’ a great event for kids!
The idea is, you bring your dying pumpkin with you to the Museum where you lay it to rest alongside hundreds of others. Once you’ve said goodbye to your little monster, you can partake in a nice stroll around the museum, amidst a sea of creative pumpkin carvings, accompanied by cider and music. Sounds great right?
Of course, if you have more than one pumpkin you’re encouraged to bring as many as possible! The event is for the whole family and kicks-off at 6 PM and lasts until 8 PM. Once the event is over, the Museum will dispose of the pumpkins for you!
The Bradley Museum is located along 1620 Orr Road, just south of Clarkson village, it’s a beautiful area at the best of times but at night, illuminated by flickering pumpkins, it will be a sight to behold!
Park Your Pumpkin is a fantastic way to round out the Halloween season and allow your kids to say goodbye to their orange pals. So come on out to the Bradley Museum for one last haunt!