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Glass Pumpkin Festival

September 24

|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until September 26, 2021 12:00 am

2nd Annual Glass Pumpkin Festival returns Friday, September 24 through Sunday, September 26 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. After 25 years of being featured at the Circleville Pumpkin Show, Jack Pine created the Glass Pumpkin Festival in 2020 as a way to help guests, artists and vendors displaced by last year’s Pumpkin Show cancellation. Jack Pine will soon unveil the highly collectible 2021 Pumpkin of The Year, which is a complete contrast to last year’s design. Crafted from luminous white glass with gleaming silver strands, these festive pumpkin sculptures are illuminated by a confetti of colors. This year’s pumpkin inspires joy and celebrates the resilience demonstrated over the past two years. Details are available at 2nd Annual Glass Pumpkin Festival returns Friday, September 24 through Sunday, September 26 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. After 25 years of being featured at the Circleville Pumpkin Show, Jack Pine created the Glass Pumpkin Festival in 2020 as a way to help guests, artists and vendors displaced by last year’s Pumpkin Show cancellation. Jack Pine will soon unveil the highly collectible 2021 Pumpkin of The Year, which is a complete contrast to last year’s design. Crafted from luminous white glass with gleaming silver strands, these festive pumpkin sculptures are illuminated by a confetti of colors. This year’s pumpkin inspires joy and celebrates the resilience demonstrated over the past two years. Details are available at JackPineStudio.com.

In addition, Jack Pine and his team of artists want to support the artists and culture bearers of New Orleans who have been so dramatically impacted by the recent devastation of Hurricane Ida. Thus, Pine will donate 10 percent of all Pumpkin of the Year sales to New Orleans’ charity Feed the Second Line. Feed the Second Line allows donors to provide food, shelter assistance and more directly to our national treasure of the artists and musicians of New Orleans’ rich culture, particularly its Mardi Gras and Second Line artists and traditions.
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In addition, Jack Pine and his team of artists want to support the artists and culture bearers of New Orleans who have been so dramatically impacted by the recent devastation of Hurricane Ida. Thus, Pine will donate 10 percent of all Pumpkin of the Year sales to New Orleans’ charity Feed the Second Line. Feed the Second Line allows donors to provide food, shelter assistance and more directly to our national treasure of the artists and musicians of New Orleans’ rich culture, particularly its Mardi Gras and Second Line artists and traditions.

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Date:
September 24
Cost:
$5
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Organizer

Jack Pine Studio
Phone:
740-232-2223
Email:
info@jackpinestudio.com
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Venue

Jack Pine Studio, 21397 OH-180, Laurelville, OH
21397 OH-180,
Laurelville, OH 43135 United States
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Phone:
(740) 332-2223
Website:
jackpinestudio.com

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