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A Halloween harvest

Glensheen Historic Estate is looking for volunteers to help carve 1,000 pumpkins Oct. 19-23 from 1-7 p.m. for the annual Jack O'Lantern Spooktacular. Volunteers will carve pumpkins and receive a free ticket to the event, which starts Oct. 24.

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Dan Hartman, interim director for Glensheen mansion, carves a pumpkin Friday morning to get ready for the annual Jack O’Lantern Spooktacular.

Glensheen Historic Estate is looking for volunteers to help carve 1,000 pumpkins Oct. 19-23 from 1-7 p.m. for the annual Jack O’Lantern Spooktacular. Volunteers will carve pumpkins and receive a free ticket to the event, which starts Oct. 24. 

piles of pumpkins
John Nickila uses a forklift to unload more pumpkins for carving on the Glensheen mansion grounds Friday. Once carved, the pumpkins will be illuminated and put on display for the annual Jack O’Lantern Spooktacular, which starts Oct. 24.

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