HIGHLAND | Highland High School Key Club and National Honors Art members are busy carving jack-o-lanterns for the Highland Kiwanis Jack-o-lantern Festival, but more are needed to meet the goal of 100.
Bring a carved jack-o-lantern to Main Square Park from 5 to 8 p.m. today and, for a $2 fee, receive and official jack-o-lantern pin and a raffle ticket to win prizes, while your artwork will be displayed on the gazebo.
Enjoy a hay ride, games, and refreshments. Bring the whole family to vote for your favorite jack-o-lanterns.
Festival proceeds will be donated to Riley Children's Hospital in Indianapolis.