Tuesday, October 4, 2011

News -- Glass Blown Pumpkins -- King 5's Evening Magazine

    It's October and that means it's time to start getting in the harvest time mood. Some people are celebrating in more classic ways, by buying candy and figuring out what costume to wear for the 31st; while others have been experimenting and creating new ways to have fun with yearly traditions, like going pumpkin picking...Tacoma Glass Blowing Studio will be sponsoring 7 "pumpkin patches" in the Seattle area with real glass blown pumpkins this year.
    In the last 10 months, the studio has produced over 6000 unique glass blown pumpkins.  Kim Holcomb from Evening Magazine reports:

Watch this to learn more about the artistically created glass blown pumpkins that are becoming the new craze in Seattle

    A portion of the proceeds will be donated to an amazing organization called, Kidstown International, which helps supply at-risk or orphaned youth in Romania, Nepal, and India with some of the basic necessities of life. http://www.kidstowninternational.org/

Where to Find Upcoming Pumpkin Patches:
  • Sat. Oct. 8th 9-2pm Issaquah's Pickering Barn (1730 10th Ave. NW Issaquah, WA 98027)
  • Sat. Oct. 15th 9-4pm Tacoma's Pagada at Point Defiance (5400 N. Pearl St. Tacoma, WA 98407)
  • Sat. Oct. 22nd 9-4pm Bellevue's Northwest Art Center (9825 NE 24th St. Bellevue, WA 98407)
  • Sat. Oct. 29th 9-4pm Puyallup's Pioneer Park Pavilion (330 S. Meridian Puyallup, WA 98371)
  • Sat. Nov. 5th 9-4pm Olympia's Port of Olympia Plaza (704 Columbia St. NW Olympia, WA 98501)
    Thank you Tacoma Glass Blowing Studio for this amazing art!  
     Head on out Around Puget Sound...and Beyond  

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