Since the very first South Jersey Pumpkin Show festival back in 2002, my son Scott R. Bailey helped collect pet food donations for local shelters.
Since his passing back in May of 2010, the Pumpkin Show family has kept his efforts going in memory of my son. When visiting any of the B & K Enterprise events please bring can of cat or dog food with you. Drop off at the events main entrance.
Each year B & K Enterprise gives a scholarship in memory of Scott to a student graduating from Millville Senior High School, who plans to attend Cumberland County College. A portion of the $5.00 parking fee of the South Jersey Pumpkin Show is used for this scholarship yearly.
South Jersey Pumpkin Show made this impressive list since moving the festival to the Salem County Fairgrounds.
Save the 2020 dates and come create lasting memories with your entire family.
October 10-11, 2020.
Kathy Wright, sole proprietor of
B & K Enterprises, Millville, New Jersey created the South Jersey Pumpkin Show back in 2002 along with her sons Anthony & Scott and husband Leslie P. Wright (Beau). Kathy's family from Ohio and Florida have planned vacations around the festivals and worked the events as volunteers. Over the last 17 years Kathy has been creating and organizing festivals, pageants, dog parades, Home & Garden Shows, Giant Pumpkin Weigh Off and Craft Shows in the South Jersey areas. A portion of the proceeds from B & K Enterprises events have been donating to local non-profit organizations over the years
Working to bring businesses and consumers together at family friendly, affordable, safe events.
All the events are completely self-supporting and made possible by the sponsors, vendors and parking fees.
Photo: Leslie Wright & Anthony Lanzi putting signs out for the
South Jersey Pumpkin Show
IN LOVING MEMORY
The South Jersey Pumpkin Show will always be held in loving memory of Kathy's youngest son, Scott R.W. Bailey.
Scott attend Millville Schools until his ATV accident on April 23, 2010.
THANK YOU ! To all participating vendors & sponsors that signed up for events 2020 that were cancelled due to COVID-19. Thank you for your understanding and support. Many small businesses had losses in the millions. Many closing their doors for good. B & K Enterprises, since 2003 had never cancelled an event.
The COVID-19 pandemic has upended the way we work, play and celebrate. As the full impact of the pandemic hit Europe and the Americas in back in March 2020, events that normally draw massive crowds were cancelled, postponed—some for the first time in decades. Events of all sizes were completely gone in 2020 and here we are in Spring 2021 and events are being postponed until the fall.
The South Jersey Pumpkin Show dates and locations are confirmed for October 9-10, Salem County Fairgrounds, Woodstown, NJ.
Both events will be following all New Jersey COVID-19 requirements for outdoor events. Please check here for updates and current information on the NJ COVID-19 HUB.
“This is a challenging time for all of us, but with the support of our sponsors, vendors, communities and festival goers, I am encouraged there will be a strong comeback in 2021.
More information is available by calling 856-765-0118.
The South Jersey Pumpkin Show are owned by B & K Enterprises, Kathy & Beau Wright of Millville, NJ. Both festivals are self-supporting and made possible by the sponsors, vendors, and attendees admission fees. B & K Enterprises has donated thousands of dollars from the festivals to non-profit organizations since 2003.
Note to Participating Vendors at BKE Events 2020-2021.
Vendor participate in BKE events at their own risk. No refunds or show credits given unless approved by BKE. BKE will not be held responsible due to circumstances beyond our control. BKE will make every attempt to open shows as scheduled or postpone events in case severe weather or NJ State closings. BKE will abide by all state, county and local government regulations in case of state of emergency. If indoor facilities are not available for a reschedule, events will be cancelled and no refunds offered.
Vendors agree to terms and conditions by signing vendor contracts and providing payments by deposit or in full. Vendors participate at their own risks.