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Pumpkins After Dark photo ore than 5,000 hand-carved Jack-O-lanterns will be on display at Country Heritage Park in 10 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT | PUMPKINS | AFTER DARK JULIE SLACK jslack@metroland.com Pumpkins after Dark runs Thursday, Sept. 26 to Sunday, Nov. 3 and tickets are selling fast.Here's what you need to know: 1. Chief pumpkineer James Fraser says organiz- prs have more than 5,000 TERRY ROWLEY mechanical inc. hand-carved Jack-O-lan- terns. 2. There will be live 3D carvings happening and more than 100 sculptures, some as much as 50-feet long and 20-feet high. 3. Exhibits will include lights, sounds, and special effects to bring the displays to life. 4. Snacks, hot apple cider and refreshments as people make their way through the event under a harvest moon illuminated with artists' dis- plays. 5. This is not a "scare" event - nobody is going to be jumping out of the bush. This is family friendly. 6. Pumpkins After Dark Milton from Sept. 26-Nov. 3, during Pumpkins After Dark, a new attraction this fall. is taking place at the historic and ° conveniently-located Country Heritage Park, 8560 Tremaine Rd., Milton, on an 80-acre site that transports you back in time more than 185 years. 7. After-dark event means traffic should be ligh- ter. 8. Parking is free. 9. Tickets are limited and available online at www.PumpkinsAfterDark- .com. Tickets are for adults, $16 for children 13 and under and free for chil- dren under three. 10. A portion of the pro- ceeds will be donated to Hab- itat For Humanity, Halton- Mississauga. STE] ( for as little as i: per month?' 905-878-1979 www.tr-mech.ca 24-Hour Service Available. OFFER EXPIRES 11/22/2019. *On a qualifying system purchase: Lennox system rebate offers range from $100 to $1,600. Some restrictions apply. One offer available per qualifying purchase. 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Saturday, September 14 8 a.m. t0 4:30 p.m. Halton Waste Management Site 5400 Regional Road 25, Milton J Helpful hint: When applying compost to your garden, -- blend it with topsoil or another gardening fill. For best results, apply 60 per cent topsoil and 40 per cent compost. Remember to bring: «+ Bags or containers (maximum seven garbage bags or equivalent per household) «+ A shovel to bag your own compost Non-perishable food items and/or cash donations will be accepted and distributed to Halton-area food banks - your donations make a difference! Keep our compost clean The final compost material will be a better product by keeping these items out of your yard waste: For more information, visit halton.ca/waste or call 311. No plastic toys Place used or broken pet and/or children's toys in the garbage. No plastic plant pots Place clean plastic - flower and plant pots in the Blue Box. No plastic bags Place yard waste in paper yard waste bags or reusable, rigid containers (no lid) with a yard waste label. Tf you're looking for job or career opportunities, visit Employment Halton's job fair on Tuesday, September 24, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Oakville Conference Centre, located at 2515 Wyecroft Road in Oakville. Job seekers are encouraged to bring their resumés and network with local employers from the technology sector, government, manufacturing, retail, hospitality, long-term care and more. Employment Halton offers services online and in-person through the Region's employment resource centres in Oakville and Milton. To learn more about Halton's employment services, visit halton.ca or call 311. 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