2nd Annual New Providence Carved Pumpkin Contest Held Rain or Shine

The 2nd Annual New Providence Carved Pumpkin Contest will be held rain or shine on Saturday, October 27 at Centennial Park. In case of bad weather, the contest will be moved indoors in the borough gymnasium. Halloween movies [Ghostbuster and Great Pumpkin] will be shown. 

 

Coffee, Apple cider and popcorn will be served. 

Winners will be selected by the New Providence PBA, New Providence Lions Club and the Municipal Alliance. Winners of best pumpkin will receive prizes.

 

Sat, October 27
6:00 pm — 7:30 pm
Add to My Calendar 10/27/2018 6:00pm 10/27/2018 7:30pm America/New_York 2nd Annual New Providence Carved Pumpkin Contest Held Rain or Shine

The 2nd Annual New Providence Carved Pumpkin Contest will be held rain or shine on Saturday, October 27 at Centennial Park. In case of bad weather, the contest will be moved indoors in the borough gymnasium. Halloween movies [Ghostbuster and Great Pumpkin] will be shown.

Coffee, Apple cider and popcorn will be served.

Winners will be selected by the New Providence PBA, New Providence ...

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