The Bellevue Public Library will be hosting Extreme Pumpkin Carving at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 17 at the library, 224 E. Main Street in Bellevue.
The event will feature well-known area resident Paul the Cedar Point Woodcarver. Paul will be teaching area residents simple tactics to make unique pumpkin carvings.
This demonstration is free and open to the public.
Want to Go?
WHAT: Extreme Pumpkin Carving
WHEN: 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 17
WHERE: Bellevue Public Library, 224 E. Main Street in Bellevue
“Paul the Cedar Point Woodcarver is an amazing artist that can turn any item into a masterpiece,” said Arlea Varish of Bellevue. “This sounds like the perfect event to take my grandchildren to and get into the fall spirit.”
Attendees will watch Paul explain and demonstrate how to turn an ordinary pumpkin into an extraordinary work of art.
“What better way to learn to carve a pumpkin than with a master carver,” Varish said. “Paul is known around this area for his craftsmanship, so I can only imagine what magnificent Halloween themed pumpkins will be created at this event.”
For more information or to RSVP, visit www.bellevue.lib.oh.us/.