In case you haven't heard, the of River Edge had 3,000 fantastic pumpkins delivered from New Mexico on Oct. 8 and with perfect autumn weather this past weekend, residents took to Continental Avenue to begin searching for their own pumpkin.
This event helps support native American Indians. There are 1,000 Native American farmers employed for the harvest of the patch. And each year Pumpkin Patch pumps over two million dollars into the local Navajo economy through jobs and land rent permits.
The River Edge Pumpkin Patch is under way and having many visitors who can also pick up homemade applesauce, apple butter, pickles, chocolate, baked goods, novelties for Halloween plus picture taking spots in the patch.
At the same time on Oct. 15 as the Pumpkin Patch was the annual fall thrift sale for visitors to explore their hidden treasure possiblities.