Come visit Mrs. Perry’s Pumpkin Patch in Bristol


Mrs. Perry’s Garden on Hope Street, (across from Sip N’ Dip and Agave), will become a “Pumpkin Patch” on Saturday, October 21. Visitors of all ages can buy and decorate pumpkins and balloons, or get their faces painted. Admission, live music, family games, and photo ops are all free. Homemade treats will be available at the bake sale as snacks or to take away. Rain date is Sunday, October 22.

WHERE: Mrs. Perry’s Garden, Hope St., Bristol (across from Sip N’ Dip and Agave)
WHEN: Saturday, Oct. 21; 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
COST: Free

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