Entertaining Tips


SOURCE: National Watermelon Promotion Board (www.watermelon.org)

Published: August 20, 2010
When most people think of autumn and Halloween, their thoughts likely turn to a certain round, orange squash. But did you know that states like Arizona, California and Florida are still producing watermelons in October?
So, if you can get your hands on one of these delicious melons, try this fun twist on a classic Halloween activity. It’s a great project if your fall weekend at the cabin turns wet and chilly, forcing you and the kids to spend some quality time indoors ... and the scoopings are delicious, too!
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