Keene approves sized-down, child-focused pumpkin festival

By ‘wrong element’ do they mean Keen State College Students?

KEENE — A scaled-down, child-focused pumpkin festival is set to take place in Central Square on Oct. 29 from noon to 7 p.m.

The idea of bringing back the festival with a focus on the schoolchildren of SAU 29 was the brain-child of Let It Shine member Tim Zinn.

Let It Shine will run “The Keene Pumpkin Festival brought to you by the children of SAU 29,” and is responsible for the city police, fire and public works costs associated with the festival — estimated at $14,000.

Only two city councilors voted against the permit request on Thursday night, but the majority said they are “cautiously optimistic” the smaller festival would be a success and not attract the wrong element to the city. | More…

| New Hampshire.com

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