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Caseville Pumpkin Festival Rolls In This Weekend

Caseville’s Last Festival of the Season

We can’t believe that summer is over. The weather is great but the daylight is shortening and the evenings are cool.  So it’s no surprise that the last festival of the year rolls into Caseville this weekend. The Caseville Pumpkin Festival  is a family oriented weekend of scarecrow making, pumpkin carving, hay rides and all kinds of contests.


Caseville Pumpkin Festival

This weekend’s event marks the 16th year of the fall festival. Created specifically for kids and families. The big event draw is the pumpkin rolling contest at Caseville County Park. A couple of new events are being added in 2018. The streets of Caseville will be the canvas with a sidewalk art with chalk.  For added fun, there will also be wagon rides and a pumpkin eating contest.

The festival starts on Saturday morning with a kids pumpkin parade. Check out the Caseville Chamber of Commerce site for all of the events. We will be there looking for that perfect scarecrow to decorate our front porch for Halloween. We look forward to sharing the fun on Twitter @Thumbwind.


Festival Events in the Upper Thumb

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Mike Hardy

Mike Hardy is a Marketing Information Technology Manager and author of a fun-loving blog covering topics of the Upper Thumb of Michigan. Starting in 2009, he authored a vast range of content and established a loyal base of 15,000 visitors per month. Mike welcomes your feedback, which can be found on Thumbwinds, "About" page.

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