Something Spooky is Coming to Milton This Fall
Even though the first day of fall is still over a month away, it’s never too early to start figuring out which activities and events you want to participate in and attend once autumn rolls around. And luckily for Milton residents, and visitors, something spooky is coming to town in September.
From Sept. 26 until Nov. 3, 2019 (Thursday to Sundays) Milton residents, and anyone interested, can attend the ‘Pumpkins After Dark Jack-O Lanterns Come Alive’ event.
According to the official event website, the event will kick off each day it is running after dark at the Country Heritage Park in Milton.
So, what exactly is Pumpkins After Dark?
Well, as noted on the website, attendees will be able to admire an abundance of hand-carved jack-o lantern creations. In addition, there will also be live 3D pumpkin carving demonstrations, a snack and hot beverage bar, pumpkin-themed souvenirs, photo opportunities, and more.
This event will run rain or shine.
Tickets for adults and teens cost $20, children 13 and under will be charged $16, and the event is free for children three and under.
Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.
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