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This year, be sure to visit the downtown Paris Pumpkin Patch to select your pumpkins for fall decorating and Halloween jack-o-laterns. This new event will be held in the “burnout” at 120 S. Main (just two doors down from Paris Baby). A variety of pumpkin sizes will be available and the kids will have a blast selecting their “perfect” pumpkin. All the proceeds from the sale of pumpkins will benefit the Paris Main Street Downtown Christmas Fund which helps decorate downtown Paris for the holiday season.
The Paris Pumpkin Patch will be open October 8th-November 3rd. The hours are noon-6pm on weekdays and 10am-6pm on Saturdays and noon-6pm on Sundays.
A special event at the Pumpkin Patch is planned for Friday, October 12th from 2pm-6pm when Tara Swain Photography will be there to capture your little on film amongst the pumpkins. Some walk-ups will be available if time permits, but to guarantee your time slot email email@example.com. Photos are $15 each and pick-up will be at Paris Baby two weeks after.
The Paris Pumpkin Patch is a great way to kick off the fall season, especially with the weather turning cooler. The Festival of Pumpkins is scheduled for Saturday, October 27th and the Mommy Desk will have more information about that coming up. While you and your kiddos are downtown at the Pumpkin Patch be sure to visit some of our great retailers such as Paris Baby, Girls and Cake and Itsy Bitsy Spider!
From one mommy to another,
Jenny Wilson is a mother of three. She teaches a Mommy & Me class at Central Presbyterian Day School, is a member of the Paris ISD school board and serves on the board of Paris Community Theatre and Children’s Advocacy Center. She also is on the PCT Children/Teen Theatre Advisory Committee, the Aiken Parent Association Board, the PJH Parent Association and is a Sunday school teacher at Holy Cross Episcopal Church. She also is a certified yoga instructor and owner of Everyday Yoga.