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The Great Toronto Pumpkin Patch Festival Hopscotch 2009 Edition

Submitted by on Sunday November 1, 2009 – 11:46 am | No Comment
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Jack O'Lanterns in Vermont Square Park, Seaton Village

By HiMY SYeD

Enjoying hot chocolate and toasted marshmallows is certainly a fun way to mark the only 25 hour day of the year.

Fun also is dressing warmly, grabbing friends and hopscotching your way to each of downtown Toronto’s pumpkin patches this evening.

You can also bring your home-carved Jack O’ Lanterns and join in on any of the above one-day pumpkin patches. The City of Toronto will collect and organically dispose of the pumpkins after each of tonight’s events.

Set up at each of the locations begins around 3 p.m. with candles lighting up the Jack O’ Lanterns at sunset, which is an hour earlier than yesterday.

Jack O’ Lantern lighting lasts until 9 p.m.

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