Houston Pumpkin Festival

124 West Pike Street, Houston PA, 15342

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For over 3 decades in Houston, PA in early October, the town has held its annual Pumpkin Festival. It is like a community day with a twist – there are several pumpkin-related activities and contests, making it a unique autumn experience! The town even throws a parade as part of the event.

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