The Great Pumpkin Carve

The Great Pumpkin Carve- a fun event for the entire family

October 23, 24, & 25

The Great Pumpkin Carve

5:00 to 9:00 p.m.

on the grounds of the Society's Barn Visitors Center

 

Admission: $10 for adults 18 and older, $5 for ages 7 to 17; Ages 6 and under are free

Dogs are not permitted to the Pumpkin Patch for safety reasons

 

This annual tradition is co-sponsored by the Historical Society & Concordville- Chadds Ford Rotary.

 

Enjoy three nights of "spook-tacular" fun at this great outdoor event featuring giant pumpkins with over sixty carvers participating, live music, hayrides, food provided by Concordville-Chadds Ford Rotary, and a Haunted Trail that is sure to spook little goblins and ghouls.

2014

Pumpkin Carve Sponsor, 2014
Download information on how to sponsor this year's Great Pumpkin Carve.
Sponsorship Form2014.pdf
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Pumpkin Carver Registration
Download the carver registration form and rules of judging the 2014 Great Pumpkin Carve.
Carver Registration Letter and Rules.pdf
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Youth Carved Pumpkins
Individuals and groups of teens and tweens are invited to provide carved pumpkins for the pumpkin path.
Kids Carver.pdf
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About the Pumpkins: They are native pumpkins, grown by SIW vegetables of Chadds Ford. They weigh between 150 and 400 pounds. Most of them are of the variety “Prize-Winner,” a drought resistant pumpkin that tends to be bright orange. There are also a few “Atlantic Giants” which tend to be paler and sometimes a less regular shape.

The Great Pumpkin Carve Event is co-sponsored by the Historical Society & Concordville- Chadds Ford Rotary.

 

This annual tradition is a three day event in October with over 60 local artists carve huge pumpkins. The pumpkins will be lit after the carving is completed and then displayed all three nights-Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Treat yourself to great food provided by Concordville-Chadds Ford Rotary, live music, hayrides, haunted trail, and a chance to win a raffle item.

 

Location: on the grounds of the Chadds Ford Historical Society 1736 North Creek Rd in Chadds Ford.

Click here to view the map.