Mister Ed’s to Host ‘Great Pumpkin’ Party Oct. 25
Acclaimed Artist to Carve Giant Pumpkins; First 100 Children Can Paint Free Pumpkin
Orrtanna, Pa. – Mister Ed’s Elephant Museum and Candy Emporium will host its annual free Great Pumpkin PartySaturday, Oct. 25, from noon-4 p.m.
Acclaimed artist Michael Allison will carve giant pumpkins that will be raffled to benefit the Adams County SPCA. His pumpkin art has been featured in the White House and Vice President’s residence.
Additionally, the first 100 children can paint pumpkins to take home free-of-charge.
Attendees can enjoy a barbershop quartet, free refreshments and discounts on Halloween candy.
You’ll never forget Mister Ed’s. Big and little kids alike have fun in our elephant museum, one of the largest of its kind in the world with more than 12,000 pachyderm figurines, political paraphernalia, toys and more. Don’t miss our candy store stocked full of more than 800 varieties of your favorite candies from yesteryear through today and unique gift shop. Bring your camera, because you’ll meet three life size elephants, including one that talks. Mister Ed’s is located 12 miles west of Gettysburg at 6019 Chambersburg Road, Orrtanna, along the historic Lincoln Highway (Route 30).