A spooky and downright kooky autumn invasion has begun in Kentville with the return of the pumpkin people. Yards, parks and a number of public spaces across Kentville have been taken over by hordes of pumpkin-headed figures, standing on stalks. Many of the pumpkin people resemble popular cartoon characters – and all of them are definitely worth a trip around town to take a gander at.
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This villainous duo was spotted on Burgher Hill, among a crowd of their fellow pumpkin people. SAM MACDONALD
Where there’s one pumpkin person, there are usually more nearby. SAM MACDONALD
The Pink Panther and some pumpkin pals were caught loitering around the Rockwell Home Hardware Building Centre last week. SAM MACDONALD
Some of the pumpkin people hanging around town bear a strong resemblance to Charlie Brown and the Gang – including a very stiff-looking Snoopy. SAM MACDONALD
Some of the local pumpkin people wear inscrutable facial expressions – approach with caution, lest you get creeped out. SAM MACDONALD
Pumpkin people have been crowding Burgher Hill. Some are quite heroic-looking. SAM MACDONALD
The Flintstones were among the many pumpkin people in Memorial Park. SAM MACDONALD
A casual dress code is in effect for the pumpkin people occupying Memorial Park. SAM MACDONALD
A manly-looking pumpkin person stands guard at Burgher Hill. Watch out for that sword – it looks sharp. SAM MACDONALD
Nowhere in Kentville is safe from the invasion of the pumpkin people – not even Palmeter Avenue. SAM MACDONALD
KENTVILLE, N.S. —