Grover Pumpkin Festival

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Grover Pumpkin Festival

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The night of the festival, we will be lighting a wall of over 700 jack-o'-lanterns carved by YOU, our local schools and community. Our signature events are what make our festival truly unique. From the Pumpkin Wall, Corn Maze & Headless Horseman Carriage Rides to Pumpkin Chunkin', Pumpkin Carving & the crowning of our Lil' Miss Pumpkin Queen.

All guests will also enjoy live music, by up and coming country artists The Chris Land Band and GalFriday Band, great food and craft vendors, games and activities all day. A costume contest for kids, teens, adults & pets and pie eating contests will add to the festive atmosphere, along with a safe Trick or Treating experience for the kids. Stick around until dark to see all of the pumpkins set a glow along with a fireworks show!

Admission: Admission/Parking: FREE; All Day Armbands: $10; Headless Horseman Carriage Rides: $10; Corn Maze: $3

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Special Directions:

DIRECTIONS FROM SHELBY, NC
1. Take East Dixon Blvd./Highway 74 East
2. Turn Right onto Earl Road
3. Continue on to NC 180 South/NC 226 South/South Post Road
4. Turn Left onto NC 226 South/Cleveland Avenue
5. Stay on NC 226 South/Cleveland Avenue until you enter Grover
6. Follow signs to FREE festival parking areas
7. You have arrived!

DIRECTIONS FROM CHARLOTTE, NC
1. Take I-85 South to Exit 106
2. Turn Right onto MH Camp Highway/Highway 29
3. Turn Left at first railroad crossing, which is Cherry Street
4. Turn Right onto Spruce Street
5. Follow signs to FREE festival parking areas
6. You have arrived!

DIRECTIONS FROM SOUTH CAROLINA
1. Take I-85 North to Exit 106
2. Turn Right onto MH Camp Highway/Highway 29
3. Turn Left at first railroad crossing, which is Cherry Street
4. Turn Right onto Spruce Street
5. Follow signs to FREE festival parking areas

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