Pilgrim Church’s expansive front lawn will turn from green to orange as it fills with pumpkins of all shapes and sizes on Saturday morning, October 8. All are welcome to come pick pumpkins for carving, pies, or porch decorations and take a stunning autumnal photograph. Pilgrim is located at 55 Coolidge Avenue in Lexington and the Patch is open from 10 AM – 6 PM from October 8 – 31.
For the Patch’s 11th year, Apple Pie Fest returns on October 15 starting at 11 AM, offering delicious homemade apple pies, apple crisps, and pumpkin bread. Come early as the desserts traditionally sell out quickly. On that same day, there will be corn-hole games, pumpkin painting, and a photo booth in the Patch. Late afternoon on Sunday, October 16, Pilgrim youth will host a Smores in the Patch and more pumpkin painting. Everyone is welcome to participate.
Pilgrim pumpkins are from Patterson Farm, a local farm in Sunderland, Massachusetts, and the proceeds from the Patch go to the church, including the many outreach projects Pilgrim supports. Come! Your extra special pumpkins await you at Pilgrim! For more information, please see https://pilgrimcongregational.org/, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 781.862.0357.