Happening now: Pumpkin Festival at Lincoln Park P-Patch

October 19, 2013 at 11:46 am | In Gardening, West Seattle festivals, West Seattle news | 3 Comments

The stars of the show, the pumpkins – priced in small, medium, large – were arrayed as if they were the greeters when we stopped by the Lincoln Park P-Patch Pumpkin Festival about an hour ago. The P-Patch isn’t actually at the park – it’s at what was the Lincoln Park Annex before it was renamed Solstice Park, a little bit uphill from the tennis courts on the east side of Fauntleroy Way (look for the festively decorated sign before turning). Right across from the pumpkins, before you get to the plants, bulbs, and bake sale, is this quilt:

$2 gets you a raffle ticket, benefiting the P-Patch Trust. This is all continuing until 1 pm, so get there fast!

3 Comments

  1. THanKs! Everyone and, especially, WSB for your coverage. We had the best Pumpkin Festival, ever! And lots of wonderful little dragons, firemen, and other cute characters ;-)
    Happy Fall to All

    Comment by Karen Lyons — 5:22 pm October 19, 2013 #

  2. Do you know who made that quilt? It’s cute and a ton of work!

    Comment by betsy ercolini — 11:49 am October 20, 2013 #

  3. I like family wholesome fun. I’m sorry I couldn’t attend due to a beer tasting event. Those pumpkins have such wunderful color to them.

    Comment by alki forever — 5:26 pm October 20, 2013 #

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