Doylestown Food Market pumpkins received creative makeovers from some crafty families out to enjoy community and the crisp autumn air at Doylestown’s First Sunday event on October 2nd. DFM Volunteer Anna Marie Barr was ready with paint, paste and plain old pumpkins waiting to be turned into works of art.
Linda Rasmussen, owner of the Hair Café in New Britain was at First Sunday with her daughter, Anna displaying their pumpkin painting prowess. Doylestown resident Christina Breen brought her three children, Sam, Nora and Blair, to the event.
“It’s nice to do these types of family activities,” she says. “We live in town and it really helps to bring the community together. The kids have a blast while getting outdoors enjoy fresh air.”
The Breen clan echoed Christina’s sentiments. Daughter Blair noted, “Doylestown is the most beautiful town I’ve ever seen. It’s the best place to walk around.” Sam Breen was more focused on the task at hand. “I’m excited and happy about painting pumpkins.”