Little Pumpkin Fest happening SaturdaySubmitted: 10/08/2015
THREE LAKES - Pumpkin Fest celebrates fall in the Three Lakes. This year, a new event will emphasize the creative side.

The Three Lakes Center for the Arts is hosting Little Pumpkin Fest Saturday.

The event will have sweet treats, live music, and local artists.

There will also be many activities for kids.

"Kids can carve their pumpkin outside, do some sidewalk chalk painting, guess how many pieces of candy are in a jar," said Bev Radford of the Three Lakes Center for the Arts.

Little Pumpkin Fest takes place from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in Three Lakes.

Story By: Anthony DaBruzzi

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