Wednesday, October 10, 2012

happy for halloween

Halloween happens to be ICDC's favorite holiday.  And no one does Halloween better than Martha Stewart.  The woman could widdle a creative jack-o-lantern out of the toughest pumpkin.  And then she would paint it silver.  Because it looks even scarier.
 

 
 









If you haven't managed to find a pumpkin at your local grocery store, never fear!

Try the Rose Park Farmer's Market (Wednesdays 3 to 7 pm) or the Glover Park/Burleith Farmer's Market (Saturdays 9 am to 1 pm).

If you're looking for a pumpkin-patch adventure, then try:

Heather Hill Pumpkin Patch, Fairfax Station - The pumpkin patch at Heather Hill Gardens offers a variety of pumpkins, gourds and mums, as well as a petting zoo, moon bounce and a variety of activities for children.

Wegmeyer Farms, Purvellville - Pick your own pumpkins and take a walk through the hay maze at the picturesque Wegmeyer Farms.

Cox Farms Fall Festival, Centreville - Cox Farms in Centreville offer a great fall festival with giant slides, hay rides, pumpkins, cider and more.

Pumpkinville Fall Festival, Leesburg - The Pumpkinville Fall Festival at Leesburg Animal Park offers all kinds of fall fun, from hay wagon and pony rides to a pumpkin patch, hay maze, moon bounces, face painting, live entertainment and more.

Fall Pumpkin Festival at Ticonderoga, Chantilly - The Fall Pumpkin Festival at Ticonderoga Farms has a pumpkin patch, slides, hay rides, hay forts, fire pits and much, much more. A pie-size pumpkin is included with every admission.

High Hill Farm Pumpkin Patch, Winchester - The Pumpkin Patch at Hill High Farm offers a large pumpkin patch, crop circle corn maze, tasty treats for sale and the Haunted Nightmares Haunted House.

 
 
images from marthastewart.com

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