February 21st, 2024

Molnar’s Pumpkin Festival ending


By Lethbridge Herald on October 20, 2023.

SOUTHERN ALBERTA NEWSPAPERS PHOTO B Y MEG NOGUCHI Sterling Tams plays with pumpkins at Molnar’s Pumpkin Festival.

Heather Cameron
LOCAL JOURNALISM INITIATIVE REPORTER

The 15th annual Molnar’s Pumpkin Festival is nearing the end of its seasonal run, but there is still time to check it out before it closes. 

The Festival runs today from 4-to 8 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

“Molnar’s Pumpkin festival is a family fun event that turned into an annual tradition for many families and friends,” explained Jenn Molnar of Molnar’s Farm.

She said during the festival, visitors can stroll through the farmyard see all the animals, pick their perfect pumpkin, get lost in the corn trails, bounce in the giant pumpkin bouncy house, play in the rollers, climb the dirt hill, play fun family games, and take advantage of beautiful photo opportunities. 

“We are a family owned and operated farm …Everyone helps in organizing and preparing for the festival. James and Kyle do all the field work and grow all the beautiful pumpkins and corn while Julianne and I organize, set up and host.”

Molnar’s Farm is located at Range Rd 173 in Barnwell, Alberta. For more information about Molnar’s Farm or Molnar’s Pumpkin Festival, visit: https://molnarsfarm.wixsite.com/

“We have a lot of wonderful families and friends that come out and enjoy the festival each weekend,” Molnar said, adding, “the weather has been absolutely beautiful, everyone is enjoying all the animals, activities and there are lots of smiles out in the patch finding the perfect pumpkin.”

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