Things are busy at Rick Griffith's house in Kenova this week.
Volunteers spent the day preparing over 2,000 pumpkins for the annual Pumpkin House display this month.
Griffith says workers spend most of the time organizing the scenery and drawing the art work on the pumpkins to be cut out.
Carving begins October 21st and volunteers are welcomed.
The Pumpkin House will be open October 22 through 27.
A special reading of "Sleepy Hollow" will be held October 30-31, from 7:30-8:30 p.m. each night.
Admission is free to the public.