Pumpkin Festival is an annual tradition in Keene, NH that draws thousands of local residents, students, and non-community members to put their pumpkins on display. In recent years, unhappy residents have tried limiting the activities and annual festivities traditionally held at the Keene Pumpkin Festival. Authority figures cracking down on all the jack-o'-lantern fun during Hallows Eve seemed wrong and unethical to those who look forward to the yearly carving contests. Keene's well established residents weren't the only ones disappointed by last years rumors of a cancelled pumpkin fest, their 5,500 local college neighbors who makeup the student body at Keene State College were outraged. It seems as though everyone old, young, established or passing through has acquired a kindred taste for Keene's local events and festivities, such as Pumpkin Fest'!
This year, Pumpkin Festival 2012 challenges a whole new slew of food, fun, and events to take part in. Don't forget to log your carved jack-o'-lantern in to be a part of the world record tally. Forget your pumpkin? No worries, there will be plenty of carving stations set up for those who haven't carved one yet. Don't want to carve a pumpkin? Adopt one at the Pumpkin Orphanage, then go log it in. Afterwards hop on the Ferris Wheel, Pumpkin Fest' 2012's newest addition for an opportunity to get a 45-foot aerial view of the entire festival. Rather participate than observe? Race through the pumpkin-lined car-free streets for the The Great Pumpkin Mile. If you've seen the pumpkin skyscraper illuminating orange for miles around Halloween, then you know the beauty and small town unity Keene Pumpkin Festival represents.
If you get busted at the Keene Pumpkin Festival, call Salem, New Hampshire Criminal Defense Lawyer Mark Stevens (24/7) to find out what your next step should be at : 1-603-893-0074 or visit us online at www.byebyedwi.com for more information. And remember if your plans at Pumpkin Fest' get crashed, be careful if you smash and dash- if your caught, BOO the cop Then, call Attorney Mark Stevens @ 603.893.0074 (24/7) and Lawyer Up!