The Half Moon Bay Art and Pumpkin Festival is a yearly celebration held in the coastside network of Half Moon Bay, California for one end of the week during pumpkin reap season. It is one of the most seasoned and biggest nearby celebrations in California. Continues go to nearby city causes and to the beautification of the downtown zone of Half Moon Bay. There is no affirmation charge for the occasion. The yearly occasion is held in October. Columbus Day Monday is the Safeway World Champion Pumpkin Weigh-in challenge. The Half Moon Bay Art and Pumpkin Festival is a two-day occasion held the next Saturday and Sunday every year.
The Half Moon Bay Art and Pumpkin Festival started in 1971 with the arrangement of the Main Street Beautification Committee. The gathering was framed to raise reserves for the renewal of Main Street, which was starting to hint at rot. With a plenitude of pumpkin fixes in the region, the board of trustees sorted out an antiquated gather style pumpkin celebration. The principal celebration pulled in 30,000 individuals. That year just a single non-benefit association offered sustenance available to be purchased.
The celebration currently incorporates many neighborhood non-benefit bunches working sustenance and amusement corners, pitching everything from pumpkin pie to linguisa sandwiches. Continues go to different municipal and neighborhood causes and have incorporated the development of two stops, ious grant finances, the establishment of antiquated downtown road lights, the underground wiring of Main Street, and the remodel of City Hall.