26th Annual Pumpkin Carve
Pumpkin Carve is an annual, community-wide event hosted by Auburn's chapter of the American Institute of Architecture Students. This year's event takes place on Halloween. In addition to carving your own pumpkin, the day will be filled with music, festive food, and lively carnival games. Evening activities include costume competitions, a silent auction, and the illumination of all the carved pumpkins. Use #PC26 when posting on social media.
Pumpkin Carve Schedule
9:00 am The carving begins: Pumpkins and t-shirts go on sale to students and faculty
9–10 am Elementary school students from the Auburn area learn about this exciting event while carving a pumpkin with an APLA student
11:00 am Kids Costume Parade
11:30 am Hallowieners (hot dogs, hamburgers, chips, and drinks) on sale for lunch
College Costume Competition
12:00 pm Pictures with Aubie!
3:00 pm Pumpkins, t-shirts, raffles, and more on sale for the public
5:00pm Hallowieners on sale for dinner
6:00pm Pumpkins are lit and judging begins
6:30pm Kids Costume Competition
7:00pm Winners for the pumpkin-carving contest and silent auction are announced, prizes awarded, and sponsors recognized
8:00pm Winning pumpkins will be auctioned off to benefit the American Institute of Architecture Students
All other carved pumpkins will go on sale for a minimum $5 donation.
Other activities (subject to change) throughout the day include:
- Silent Auction
- Carnival Games
- Face Painting
- Photo Booth