Arts Huntsville Showcases Community Creativity in Downtown Huntsville Pumpkin Patch
- Community encouraged to vote for their favorite pumpkin now through October 31st -
Huntsville, AL – Community creativity is now on display in downtown Huntsville at Arts Huntsville's Pumpkin Patch, sponsored by Lyon Family Farms. From now until October 31st forty pumpkins will decorate the windows of downtown businesses, showing off the imaginations of Huntsville artists, nonprofits, businesses, schools and families.
The public is encouraged to take a stroll around downtown Huntsville and vote for their favorite pumpkin now through October 31st. Arts Huntsville will award cash prizes to the top three winners in both the artist/individual/family category and non-profit/business/organization/club category, with first place receiving $100, second place $75 and third place $50.
The pumpkins can be viewed in the windows of the following businesses on the downtown Huntsville Square as well as Clinton and Eustis Avenues: Alamex Translation Services, Harrison Brothers Hardware, Jerry Sanford Barclay, Commerce Kitchen, Green Bus Brewing, Greene Street Market Store, Madison County Law Library, A Cup of Everything, Larry Marsili Attorney at Law, Clinton Row, Pints & Pixels, UG White and Wilmer & Lee Attorneys at Law.
Pumpkin Patch participants include:
Academy for Gifted and Talented
Burritt on the Mountain
Candy King Richard & Company Interior Design
Heart of the Valley YMCA
Huntsville Master Chorale
Huntsville Symphony Orchestra Guild
Huntsville-Madison County CVB
Komai's Oh My!
Live Bald 2017
Penney & Parks Pumpkin
Russ Russell Commercial Real Estate
Sam and Greg's Pizzeria and Gelateria
The Valley's CW
Tim, Nicole and Madeline
Trinity United Methodist Church Youth Ministry
Williams Boys and Girls Club
The public can vote by scanning the QR codes at each pumpkin display and by visiting artshuntsville.org. Voting ends on October 31st. Winners will be announced November 4th on the Arts Huntsville Facebook page. For more information, call (256) 519-2787 and follow Arts Huntsville on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at @artshuntsville.
Arts Huntsville is a non-profit organization founded in 1962 to stimulate and support community creativity and engagement by advancing the arts, entertainment and culture to enrich quality of life, education, and economic development in the greater Huntsville metropolitan region. With more than 250 member arts organizations, individual artists, arts patrons, and other arts-minded non-profits, companies, and technical and professional organizations, Arts Huntsville focuses on four core program areas while serving as the service organization for area arts groups and individual artists, providing them with resources and tools to ensure their success.