Halloweekend Pumpkin Glow, Music, Fireworks, Food, Bouncy Houses And More Planned In White Rock Oct. 29


Los Alamos County Community Services Department and the Los  Alamos Arts Council are partnering together to bring an event like no other – the Halloweekend  Pumpkin Glow and Show on Oct. 29 from 4 p.m. – 9 p.m!  

Historically, the Los Alamos Arts Council Pumpkin Glow has been held at Fuller Lodge Lawn,  however this year, it is being moved to Overlook Park in White Rock and coupled with music,  bouncy houses, food, fireworks, and more.  

The Los Alamos Arts Council will hold its Pumpkin Carving Party on Oct. 29 from 10 a.m. to  12 p.m. on the patio of Smith’s Marketplace, in Los Alamos. Bring your pumpkin and carve Jack o-Lanterns together as family and friends. 100 free pumpkins will be provided by Smith’s on a  first-come-first-served basis. Carving tools and templates will also be provided to make your  Jack-o-Lantern or you can bring your own. Then the Arts Council will transport your creation to  White Rock to have it displayed at the Pumpkin Glow.  

You do not have to participate in the carving party in order to have your pumpkin on display at  the Pumpkin Glow. Jack-o-Lanterns for the Pumpkin Glow can be dropped off at Overlook Park from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m., participants will receive a pass at the gate. After the Glow and Show event,  participants can pick up their pumpkin/s to take home, any left behind will be composted. 

This FREE event begins at 4pm with music, various vendors, games, food, and more. Starting at  6pm, walk through the creepy and creative display glowing in the night, and enjoy the fireworks show, provided by the Kiwanis Club of Los Alamos, at 8:30 p.m. 

Attendees are encouraged to either walk to Overlook Park or ride the Atomic City Transit Bus,  from the White Rock Visitor Center, or from Sullivan Field, in Los Alamos. ACT Assist will  also be available for the event, for those who are not able to utilize the regular bus service.  

Parking is limited within Overlook Park and is available for advance purchase as Premium  Parking for $10 via https://tinyurl.com/PumpkinPremiumParking.

One pass per vehicle. If  Parking Passes are purchased online, purchasers must pick up the physical pass at the front desk  at the Los Alamos County Aquatic Center before Oct. 28 at 12 p.m.

Handicap parking is also available and is free to those who can provide a handicap placard at the  entrance to the park.