Since the start of the Plainville PumpkinFest in 2015, we have donated over $42,000 to the
Plainville Community Fund!
and we couldn't have done it
without the support of our Town,
local businesses, sponsors, vendors, & everyone who attended this event for the past 6 years so.....
THANK YOU!! See you on:
October 22nd, 2022
it all began in 2015...
The 7th Annual Plainville PumpkinFest is a downtown outdoor festival featuring live music, a kid's costume parade, kid's games, bounce houses, a large variety of food trucks, spooky haunted house and over 40 local vendors, downtown restaurants & businesses. It wouldn't be a PumpkinFest without pumpkins, so everyone is invited to bring their own carved pumpkins or decorate your own at the Pumpkin Patch!!
Carve Your Own Pumpkin, bring it to the "Pumpkin Patch" tent, we'll light it up and display it on the Library lawn FREE for all to SEE!! You can even take it home with you when you leave. You can also Register to WIN A PRIZE!!
Enjoy Live Music Downtown with the Band: AUDACITY
March in the Kid's Costume Parade (4:45 PM) from the Parks & Rec Department on Whiting Street through the downtown to the Library
Eat a BUNCH of Delicious Food & Desserts from all the unique Food Trucks
Shop for Crafts and Gifts at OVER 50 VENDOR BOOTHS & DOWNTOWN BUSINESSES ..... and much, much more!!!
2021 FOOD TRUCKS
ALL DOWNTOWN RESTAURANTS OPEN!
Downtown streets will closed by 2:00 pm on Saturday 10/22 and will re-open by 9:00 pm. We are strongly suggesting that people park at PLAINVILLE HIGH SCHOOL located on 47 Robert Holcomb Way, where there will be 2 shuttle buses running continuously to the downtown area. All shuttles will drop off and pick-up on the corner of Maple Street and Whiting Street. If you park on any of the side streets surrounding the downtown area, you may run into traffic issues so PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, try to use the shuttle buses to make things run more smoothly. Very Much Appreciated!!
NOTE: Handicap parking is behind the municipal center in the center of town, entrance is on Neal Court next to the Valero Gas /Police station.
Buses donated again this year courtesy of DATTCO ~ THANKS!!