Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Turtle Creek Association Carves Up Fun with Pumpkins in the Park

Turtle Creek will be brimming with pumpkins during Pumpkins in the Park, a Fall Festival hosted by non-profit group, Turtle Creek Association. The beautiful fall display and festivities are open to the public with free activities and pumpkins, food and beverages to buy. The park will turn from green to orange with hundreds of pumpkins of all shapes and sizes, decorated and plain, available for purchase at the second annual event.

The pumpkin patch, fenced with bales of hay, is a crowd pleaser for all ages. Air brush tattoos, fall family photos and balloon artists and a hay bale maze are among the free activities for all attendees. The public is encouraged to bring their blankets and a picnic to spread out and enjoy a fall afternoon in one of Dallas’ most beautiful public parks.

Pumpkins in the Park officially kicks off Turtle Creek Association’s Annual Campaign to raise awareness of their commitment to preserving one of the city’s six signature parks and an area that is designated as an urban forest.  Operation Kindness will be on-site with pet adoption, and the event is pooch-friendly.

Saturday, October 19, 2013
11:00 am to 2:00 pm

Turtle Creek Association is a non-profit organization whose mission is to preserve, protect and enhance the natural beauty and quality of life in the 87 acres of urban forest and parkland in the Turtle Creek Corridor.

Turtle Creek Park is located at the southeast corner of N. Hall Street and Turtle Creek Blvd.  Free parking is available at Park Creek Place, 3625 N. Hall Street 75219. Entrance to the parking garage is on Welborn Street.

For more information join this event on Facebook at www.facebook.com/turtlecreekassociation.

CLICK HERE to reserve your FREE tickets.

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