Harrybrooke Park Pumpkins in the Park

Pumpkins in the Park, Harrybrooke Park in New Milford, CT

Pumpkins in the Park

It’s not too late to join in on the fun this weekend at Harrybrooke Park in New Milford, CT. Pumpkins in the Park, a wonderful idea hosted by the Friends of Harrybrooke Park, haunted outdoor exhibits, food, vendors, and a GREAT pumpkin display in the park. If you donate a carved pumpkin with a 3 inch candle you will get one free admission to Pumpkins in the Park! Bring your carved pumpkins to the park this Friday between 4 pm and 7 pm and Saturday between 10 am and 2 pm. The fun and mystery begins on Saturday, October 23 from 5:30 to 10 pm. It should prove to be an evening full of fun, frights, food and great photos! Admission is $5.00 per person, unless of course you brought that carved pumpkin to the park earlier!

Admission Fees
$5.00 per person
Family of 4 or more, $20.00
Children 5 and under are FREE

I have been going to Harrybrooke Park for years, what a treasure it is. The park needs renovations, this is a great way to help pay back Harrybrooke Park for all the bycicle rides, swings and walks I have had there over the years with my kids when they were younger. For the birthday parties we had there, the bbq’s, the softball games, the walks around the park I have taken. I have many wonderful memories of the park throughout the years and would love to see the park shine as it should.

Harrybrooke Park was given to the townspeople of New Milford in 1965 by Mr. Frank Harden, its owner. The park is a private park, run by a board of managers and endowed by a trust fund. Hard economic times have fallen on the park, the endowment fund has not done well through current downturns in the financial market. Every little bit helps, so come by, help out the park and have one great time for yourself, your family and your friends! Now GET CARVING AND HELP THE DISPLAY!

Harrybrooke Park is located at 64 Lanesville Rd, New Milford, CT.

New Milford Connecticut, a beautiful place to live and play!

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