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Circleville Pumpkin Festival says Hats Off to Agriculture

Mandy Wheeler
Circleville, Ohio

Mandy WheelerOhio's Director of Agriculture Winner

For 102 years, the town of Circleville, Ohio, has dedicated a whole week to agriculture. The streets of Circleville are transformed into a sea of pumpkins, gourds and squashes for the festival. In addition, there are parades, arts & crafts, kids’ activities, and all of the pumpkin goodies you can consume. According to organizers, the event attracts more than 100,000 visitors each day, and more than 23,000 pumpkin pies are sold each year during the festival.

The largest pumpkin grown for the festival this year was a whopping 1,375 pounds.

These pictures show one of the art shows featured during the festival. The hats in this contest represent all the counties in Ohio, and are dedicated to their unique brands of agriculture. Take a moment and enjoy the creativity put into these works of art, cowboy hat style.

For 102 years, the town of Circleville, Ohio, has dedicated a whole week to agriculture. The streets of Circleville are transformed into a sea of pumpkins, gourds and squashes for the festival. In addition, there are parades, arts & crafts, kids’ activities, and all of the pumpkin goodies you can consume. According to organizers, the event attracts more than 100,000 visitors each day, and more than 23,000 pumpkin pies are sold each year during the festival.

The largest pumpkin grown for the festival this year was a whopping 1,375 pounds.

These pictures show one of the art shows featured during the festival. The hats in this contest represent all the counties in Ohio, and are dedicated to their unique brands of agriculture. Take a moment and enjoy the creativity put into these works of art, cowboy hat style.

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For 102 years, the town of Circleville, Ohio, has dedicated a whole week to agriculture. The streets of Circleville are transformed into a sea of pumpkins, gourds and squashes for the festival. In addition, there are parades, arts & crafts, kids’ activities, and all of the pumpkin goodies you can consume. According to organizers, the event attracts more than 100,000 visitors each day, and more than 23,000 pumpkin pies are sold each year during the festival.

The largest pumpkin grown for the festival this year was a whopping 1,375 pounds.

These pictures show one of the art shows featured during the festival. The hats in this contest represent all the counties in Ohio, and are dedicated to their unique brands of agriculture. Take a moment and enjoy the creativity put into these works of art, cowboy hat style.

For 102 years, the town of Circleville, Ohio, has dedicated a whole week to agriculture. The streets of Circleville are transformed into a sea of pumpkins, gourds and squashes for the festival. In addition, there are parades, arts & crafts, kids’ activities, and all of the pumpkin goodies you can consume. According to organizers, the event attracts more than 100,000 visitors each day, and more than 23,000 pumpkin pies are sold each year during the festival.

The largest pumpkin grown for the festival this year was a whopping 1,375 pounds.

These pictures show one of the art shows featured during the festival. The hats in this contest represent all the counties in Ohio, and are dedicated to their unique brands of agriculture. Take a moment and enjoy the creativity put into these works of art, cowboy hat style.

For 102 years, the town of Circleville, Ohio, has dedicated a whole week to agriculture. The streets of Circleville are transformed into a sea of pumpkins, gourds and squashes for the festival. In addition, there are parades, arts & crafts, kids’ activities, and all of the pumpkin goodies you can consume. According to organizers, the event attracts more than 100,000 visitors each day, and more than 23,000 pumpkin pies are sold each year during the festival.

The largest pumpkin grown for the festival this year was a whopping 1,375 pounds.

These pictures show one of the art shows featured during the festival. The hats in this contest represent all the counties in Ohio, and are dedicated to their unique brands of agriculture. Take a moment and enjoy the creativity put into these works of art, cowboy hat style.