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Pumpkins Aglow!
Thursdays - Sundays in October. Back by popular demand, come see the garden of endless jack-o-lanterns. Dress in your Halloween costume and join the costume parades. You can trick or treat at your favorite ride, and go for a ride on our famous Edaville Railroad, with Thomas the Tank Engine. Edaville is a safe and fun environment to celebrate Halloween with the whole family.

When: Oct 1, 2016 12am to Oct 30, 2016 12am in Carver, MA

Edaville USA is Open Thursday - Sunday; all October!

Edaville USA is home to three adventures in one: Edaville Proper, Thomas Land, Dino Land (seasonal), and Christmas Festival of Lights (seasonal), featuring over 90 rides and attractions! Edaville USA is hosting many different events and characters throughout the year! Check edaville.com for more information! Edaville will be open Thursday - Sunday, 1 PM to 8 PM for the entire month of October!

When: Oct 1, 2016 12am to Oct 30, 2016 12am in Carver, MA

Pumpkins AGLOW at Edaville USA!

Kid friendly Pumpkins Aglow is back by popular demand & better than ever! Come and see our garden of endless carved pumpkins throughout Edaville USA' €s Dino Land Adventure! Admission to Pumpkins AGLOW includes access to three adventures: Thomas Land, Dino Land (Seasonal) & Edaville Proper;  featuring over 90 rides and attractions! Edaville USA Tid Bit: Make sure to come dressed in your costume, along with your trick or treat bag! Pumpkins will be for sale this year! Free Parking!

When: Oct 28, 2016 1pm in Carver, MA

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Cape Cod Cranberry Growers' Association 
1 Carver Square Boulevard
P.O. Box 97

Carver, MA 02330

About Carver, MA
The Town of Carver was founded in 1790 and is located in southeastern Massachusetts 38 miles from Boston in Plymouth County.

Carver is an agricultural based town that relies heavily on its cranberry crop. At one point the town produced more cranberries than any other town in the world.

Visitors are encouraged to step back into the 16th century and take a trip to the King Richards Fair and enjoy food, dance, medieval style entertainment and much more.