October 12-13, 2019 Saturday 10am to 8pm,Sunday 10am to 5pm
Salem County Fairgrounds
735 Harding Hwy
Free Admission -- Parking $5.00 a carload
No rain date, inside and outside event.
Free shopping bags, free pumpkins first 200 kids, free trick or treat bags first 400 kids, free rock hunt, free entertainment, free craft making kids, free pumpkin dessert sampling and so much more.
Booking Vendors Now.
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.
Kathy Wright, sole proprietor of B & K Enterprise, 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.
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, admission and parking fees.
Photo: Leslie Wright & Anthony Lanzi putting signs out for the
South Jersey Pumpkin Show
Pictured: (L to R) Heather Padula, Kathy Wright & Anthony Lanzi
Congrats to Anthony and Heather becoming engaged in New Orleans, May 2019.
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.