Pumpkin carving for a cause at the Fall Harvest Festival

The 2nd Annual Riverton Fall Harvest Festival on September 26th is quickly approaching and in addition to vendors, food, games, dancing and more, special events have been organized to benefit local organizations.

Start practicing your pumpkin carving and decorating skills for the Pumpkin Carnival happening at Main and 5th from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. The fee is $1 per person and all proceeds go to CATS Museum. Folks of all ages are invited to participate, however, 12 and under need guardian supervision.

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Check out the flyer below for additional info on the Pumpkin Carnival.

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Learn more about the Riverton Fall Harvest Festival by clicking here or on Facebook.

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The 2nd Annual Riverton Fall Harvest Festival on September 26th is quickly approaching and in addition to vendors, food, games, dancing and more, special events have been organized to benefit local organizations.

Start practicing your pumpkin carving and decorating skills for the Pumpkin Carnival happening at Main and 5th from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. The fee is $1 per person and all proceeds go to CATS Museum. Folks of all ages are invited to participate, however, 12 and under need guardian supervision.

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Check out the flyer below for additional info on the Pumpkin Carnival.

h/t Riverton Fall Harvest Festival

Learn more about the Riverton Fall Harvest Festival by clicking here or on Facebook.

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