Earlier this month, hundreds of Jack-o’-lanterns lined the stone wall surrounding the Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm during the facility’s spectacular annual pumpkin festival. Patrick McKay, Supervisor of Interpretive Services, said 800 people attended this year’s day-long festival, carving some 380 gourds. After nightfall, visitors return to the museum to see their creations aglow.
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