The 107th Pumpkin Show has started with a preview for locals Tuesday night.
Council member Barry Keller is the official leader of the so-called "greatest free show on earth."
He says there will be a centennial of the baby parade with a gift for each infant participant.
Performers will be relieved by a new fixture on West Main Street - the aged stage has been replaced with a newer model that open hydraulically and has a roof. Keller says it was bought from Columbus Parks & Rec, and will also be used for other events in Circleville.
And of course...you can find pumpkin-flavored anything at the Circleville Festival. It all ends Saturday night. You can learn more at PumpkinShow.com.
Kevin Coleman regularly reports on Chillicothe & Circleville councils