For the first time in three years, Mill City Productions will present the return of Pumpkin Walk! Pumpkin Walk was held in 2015 at MCP’s former location at the Heritage State Park in North Adams and featured 80 pumpkins carved by community members, attracting over three hundred visitors over the course of three nights. I took these pumpkin pics at that event. This year's edition will take place on Eagle Street in North Adams this Saturday from 6 to 9 P.M.

MCP tells us they'll mostly be displayed around the pocket park on Eagle Street, and the event will go on whether the rain falls or the moon shines.

As noted on the event's Facebook page, free and open to one and all, Pumpkin Walk will feature free hot cider and doughnuts that guests can enjoy as they browse jack-o-lantern displays. It's being held in collaboration with ROOTS: Northern Berkshire Teen Center’s annual Haunted Harvest Festival.

A community pumpkin carving was held Wednesday at the UNO Community Center, with 30 pumpkins donated by Whitney's Farm. Individuals and community organizations were also invited to display their jack-o'lantern carving and decorating skills during Pumpkin Walk. If you'd still like to get in on the fun, email Mill City Productions at

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