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30th annual pumpkin festival taking place at All Saints tomorrow

Children painting pumpkins at a prior pumpkin festival

Oct. 13, 2017 By Nathaly Pesantez

The All Saints’ Church Pumpkin Festival is returning for its 30th year on Saturday, Oct. 14.

The event, held on the stretch of 46th Street between Queens Boulevard and 43rd Avenue, will feature vendors, food, face painting, and pumpkin decorating for children and families from 11 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

The church, located at 43-12 46th St, will have pumpkin pie, music, barbecue, and homemade cakes in the garden.

Past events have seen about dozen vendors show, offering toys, purses, clothing, and small gift items.

The pumpkin festival at All Saints Church began in 1987.

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