The second annual Great Pumpkin, Little Pumpkin Fun Run takes place Oct. 30 at Aldor Acres Farm.

Annual Great Pumpkin, Little Pumpkin Fun Run returns Oct. 30

The second annual Great Pumpkin, Little Pumpkin fun run is taking place at 10 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 30 at Aldor Acres Farm

The second annual Great Pumpkin, Little Pumpkin fun run is taking place at 10 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 30 at Aldor Acres, 24990 84 Ave.

Featuring a 5 km and 1 km kids fun run, the event is a great way to celebrate the fall season, get some exercise and support Langley Meals on Wheels Meal Subsidy Program.

Beginning at Aldor Acres, the 5 km route will take participants along a scenic country road, and the Kids 1 km route will be around the farm.

After the races, enjoy refreshments, draw prizes, pick a pumpkin from the pumpkin patch and head into the Aldor Acres festival.

Costumes are encouraged at this family friendly event.

Individual entry fee is $20 and family of four is $60.

For more info and to register online, visit or

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