Pumpkin Festival Coming to Centennial Heritage Park

Photo from the City of Glendora.

Here’s a gentle reminder that the Pumpkin Festival returns to Centennial Heritage Park Saturday, October 17 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Attendees can enjoy a pumpkin patch, food, refreshments, games, crafts, pony rides and a tour of the historical Hamilton House and Englehardt Workshop where the world famous Rain Bird sprinkler was created by Glendora resident Orton Englehardt.

Admission is a $3 donation. Children under 4 years of age get in free.

A free shuttle to and from Centennial Heritage Park, 725 E. Mauna Loa Ave., will be offered and will pick up attendees from Glendora City Hall.

Bring a canned food item to donate to the Glendora Coordinating Council’s Holiday Basket Program and receive a free small drink.

Comments

comments