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The BPM is holding a contest to name this year’s Official Pumpkin of Boston, and customers can write in suggestions upon visiting the pumpkin. The pumpkin will be on display until early December, Campbell said.
After the pumpkin’s arrival Tuesday, BPM vendor Jennifer Lee’s Gourmet Bakery hosted a kids’ pumpkin painting event.
Kortney Patel, North End waterfront resident and mother of two, heard about the pumpkin unveiling through an email from the Boston Public Market and brought her son and a child she babysits to watch the unveiling and paint pumpkins.
“This is a fun event for the city kids, bringing farm life into the city. We are very excited,” Patel said.
Patel said she shops at the market and attend events there often, and that the activities are “fantastic and appealing for kids.”
The arrival of the Official Boston Pumpkin corresponds with several other seasonal events at the BPM.
These include BPM’s upcoming Harvest Party fundraiser Thursday and Sunday’s Pumpkin Fest, where visitors will be able to carve and decorate pumpkins and sample pumpkin foods and beverages from BPM vendors.
“When we opened we wanted to be this civic hub. We want to be a place for the community to come together to learn about food, to appreciate food, to learn about nutrition and cooking and shopping and to learn what it means to shop locally,” Campbell said. “A big part of that is community programming and all of these activities that we do. We want to bring people in here to have a fun time.”
Photo by Alex Melagrano