NORTH ADAMS -- This Halloween, on Thursday, Oct. 31, join Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts’ DownStreet Art and Kidspace at Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art as Holden Street is closed down to clear the way for a "Great Community Pumpkin Carve" as part of the final DownStreet Art event of the season: DownStreet Art Fight Night.
In partnership with MCLA’s Arts and Crafts Club, DownStreet Art will offer the "Great Community Pumpkin Carve." This event, which is free and open to the public, will kick off at 5 p.m. , with festivities to include performances, gallery opening and much more Halloween-themed fun.
Up and down Holden Street, tables full of pumpkins will be set up for people to whittle, sculpt and shape into whatever their hearts desire.
Afterward, people can light candles and place them inside to make Holden Street glow with the newly created Jack O’Lanterns.
The Great Community Pumpkin Carve will take place from 5-8 p.m., followed by the pumpkin lighting. Pumpkins and tools will be provided.
In addition to the Great Community Pumpkin Carve, visitors to the downtown this Halloween can expect many other macabre delights