EVENT – November 2 2018: “Vancouver Pumpkin Parade & Giant Jack O’Lantern Labyrinth!” – McLean Park – Strathcona Neighbouhood – East Vancouver

Dear Vancouver!

On Friday Evening, November 2 2018 between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m., we’re having a Pumpkin Parade !

What is that exactly?

We bring our Carved Pumpkins from our doorsteps, window sills, and front yards to a neighbourhood gathering spot, McLean Park, at the corner of Heatley and Keefer in the Strathcona Neighbourhood.

We then enjoy the artwork of our neighbourhood!

Hopefully there will be enough pumpkins to create an outline of a Giant Jack O’Lantern which we can all enjoy together!

Please spread the word and see you then!

Still Wondering and need more?

Read here : City of Labyrinth Pumpkin Parade video story from 2011.

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