Pumpkins in the Park was part of a celebration of autumn Saturday in Central Park, allowing everyone to enjoy the season before bad weather hits. The event coincided with the last day of Central Park Farmers’ Market.

The seventh annual Pumpkins in the Park was sponsored by Hannibal Parks & Recreation.

The Pirate Pride singers, a group of fourth and fifth graders from Eugene Field School, performed for the crowd, led by Teresa Paszkiet.

The prizes were donated by SC Data Center.

Here are the winners in the youth category:

  • Scariest: Coleton Hall
    Youth Scariest
  • Funniest: Kristalyn Manuel
    Youth Funniest
  • Most Creative: Aubrey Stewart
    Youth Creative
  • Hannibal Proud: Carter Dickson
    Youth Hannibal Proud
  • Mayor’s Choice: Amara Coffey
    Youth Mayor's Choice

Here are the winners in the adult category:

  • Scariest & Hannibal Proud: Josephine Crane
    Adult Scariest
  • Funniest: Susan White
    Adult Funniest
  • Most Creative and Mayor’s Choice: Kameil Crane
    Adult Creative

Pumpkins that weren’t retrieved by their owners after the contest are on display at City Hall until after Halloween.