2019 Pumpkin Walk in Fort St. James

Fort St. James held their annual Pumpkin Walk organized by the district on Oct. 31.

The event was held from 5 pm until 8 pm at the Fort St. James National Historic Park and there was a bonfire, hot dogs and hot chocolate available.

The pumpkins were carved by local elementary students.

Here are some photos from the event.


Aman Parhar
Editor, Vanderhoof Omineca Express

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Pumpkin Walk was held in Fort St. James on Oct. 31. (Submitted photo)

Firefighters at the Pumpkin Walk waiting to set the fireworks off. (Submitted photo)

Shown is a lake house in Fort St. James with halloween decor. (Submitted photo)

Shown is the Trade Store at the Fort St. James National Historic Site with pumpkins leading up to the historical site. (Submitted photo)

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