Kingwood Center Gardens Set To Host Fall Flicker

Kingwood Center Gardens Set To Host Fall Flicker

  • 9/26/2019 2:01:39 PM
  • Seth Byrd
  • Local News

MANSFIELD, OH- Kingwood Center Gardens is hosting Fall Flicker, a new fall event presented by OhioHealth. Each week will feature a mini glowing pumpkin path, fall décor, food, outdoor games and activities, music, Scarecrow Hill, the Singing Pumpkins, and more.

Fall Flicker will be held October 3rd-25th on Thursday and Friday evenings from 6:00-8:30 PM.

Fall Flicker will include different theme-based activities every week. The theme for October 3rd and 4th is “Pumpkin Palooza”. Additional costs may apply for some add-on experiences like the all new “Shadows of the Past” tour of Kingwood Hall. For the full schedule and descriptions, please visit our website.

Community Pumpkin Carving is each Wednesday prior to Fall Flicker from 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM. Supplies are limited and the pumpkins carved will be used to light the mini-glow path during Fall Flicker. Guests may also bring their own pumpkin to carve and donate.

Admission is $5 per person. Admission is free for Kingwood Members and for children 12 and under. The Fall Flicker Family Pass is also available for purchase at Kingwood Admissions which is for a punch card valid for eight entries to Fall Flicker for $30.

Admission is through the Linden Road gate only. Parking will be available on Linden Road, at the former Pizza Hut lot located at 856 Park Avenue West, or at the former Spitzer lot located at 744 Park Avenue West. A shuttle will be provided for guests who park in the former Spitzer Lot. Parking will not be available at the Park Avenue West entrance.

For more information on Fall Flicker, including the full schedule, please visit:

Kingwood would also like to thank Mid-State Multimedia Group, along with additional sponsors; Meijer, Richland Bank, Spitzer Motors, Staffing Partners, Kroger, and Kelly’s Dairy Bar and Miniature Golf.


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