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Pumpkin carving

  • Hopkinton Parks and Recreation hosted its first October Family Night event on Oct. 18. More than 30 residents began the evening with pumpkin carving. After sifting through the gooey insides for the seeds, participants passed them on to the kitchen staff to cook. The seeds were then enjoyed during the movie “Hotel Transylvania.” Linda and Emily Fleegle and Alain, Brenda, Corey and Cole Breault take a break to smile for the camera.

    Hopkinton Parks and Recreation hosted its first October Family Night event on Oct. 18. More than 30 residents began the evening with pumpkin carving. After sifting through the gooey insides for the seeds, participants passed them on to the kitchen staff to cook. The seeds were then enjoyed during the movie “Hotel Transylvania.” Linda and Emily Fleegle and Alain, Brenda, Corey and Cole Breault take a break to smile for the camera.

  • Hopkinton Parks and Recreation hosted its first October Family Night event on Oct. 18. More than 30 residents began the evening with pumpkin carving. After sifting through the gooey insides for the seeds, participants passed them on to the kitchen staff to cook. The seeds were then enjoyed during the movie “Hotel Transylvania.” Sam, Matt, Katie and Annelise Delgrosso work on their pumpkins.

    Hopkinton Parks and Recreation hosted its first October Family Night event on Oct. 18. More than 30 residents began the evening with pumpkin carving. After sifting through the gooey insides for the seeds, participants passed them on to the kitchen staff to cook. The seeds were then enjoyed during the movie “Hotel Transylvania.” Sam, Matt, Katie and Annelise Delgrosso work on their pumpkins.

  • Hopkinton Parks and Recreation hosted its first October Family Night event on Oct. 18. More than 30 residents began the evening with pumpkin carving. After sifting through the gooey insides for the seeds, participants passed them on to the kitchen staff to cook. The seeds were then enjoyed during the movie “Hotel Transylvania.” Linda and Emily Fleegle and Alain, Brenda, Corey and Cole Breault take a break to smile for the camera.
  • Hopkinton Parks and Recreation hosted its first October Family Night event on Oct. 18. More than 30 residents began the evening with pumpkin carving. After sifting through the gooey insides for the seeds, participants passed them on to the kitchen staff to cook. The seeds were then enjoyed during the movie “Hotel Transylvania.” Sam, Matt, Katie and Annelise Delgrosso work on their pumpkins.

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