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Halloween is already here in Central Park. I mentioned the Harlem Meer a while back and today the Central Park Conservancy is presenting a demonstration on how to carve and decorate a pumpkin to create a one-of-a-kind jack-o’-lantern. If you've never tried this before, this is a good chance for you to try it.
A limited number of pumpkins are provided on a first-come, first-served basis. You can bring your own if you have one. Carving tools, decorations, and inspiration provided for all!
Refreshments and time for networking are included. No advance registration is required. This program is part of the Central Park Conservancy's Halloween in Central Park programming series. This event is located at the Charles A. Dana Discovery Center, Central Park (located inside the Park at 110th Street between Fifth and Lenox Avenues). There is no charge for this, so it is absolutely FREE. If you would like additional information, you can call (212) 860-1370.
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