Haven't picked up your Halloween pumpkin yet?
If you aren't up for making a trip to a pick-your-own farm this season, St. Mary's Episcopal Church in Briarcliff Manor has opened up its annual selection of pumpkins and other fall fare.
This year, the sale's proceeds will benefit the Ossining Food Pantry, Ossining Open Door Medical Center and The Sunshine Children's Rehabilitation Center, according to a statement from the church.
The sale is part of the church's community outreach efforts, which new Priest-in-Charge Rev. Sandra Seaborn is looking to continue and expand.
The sale is in its third year and has been partnering since 2010 with Sunshine Children's Rehabilitation Center to make monetary donations, along with clothing and toys.
"These children, who suffer from either low communication/responsive level or who are non-communicative due to their respective health issues were able to express their joy beyond words when they were remembered last Christmas," recalled Henriette O'Connor, who organized last year's pumpkin sale.
The sale is being held from 3 to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays and 12 to 6 p.m. on Sundays—through Halloween.