Rocky Bright, 6, of Port Angeles picks his pumpkin at the start of a pumpkin carving workshop hosted by the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center on Saturday. The event was part of the center’s Celebration of Shadows Fall Festival, which included carved pumpkin judging, a shadow puppet theater workshop and the “Chasing Shadows” gallery show. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Rocky Bright, 6, of Port Angeles picks his pumpkin at the start of a pumpkin carving workshop hosted by the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center on Saturday. The event was part of the center’s Celebration of Shadows Fall Festival, which included carved pumpkin judging, a shadow puppet theater workshop and the “Chasing Shadows” gallery show. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Carving some great pumpkins

Rocky Bright, 6, of Port Angeles picks his pumpkin at the start of a pumpkin carving workshop hosted by the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center on Saturday. Also, Tziporah Chastain, 4, of Port Angeles peers inside as she scrapes the inner contents of a pumpkin she is about to carve.

The event was part of the center’s Celebration of Shadows Fall Festival, which included carved pumpkin judging, a shadow puppet theater workshop and the “Chasing Shadows” gallery show.

Tziporah Chastain, 4, of Port Angeles peers inside as she scrapes the inner contents of a pumpkin she is about to carve during a pumpkin carving workshop hosted by the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center on Saturday. The event was part of the center’s Celebration of Shadows Fall Festival, which included carved pumpkin judging, a shadow puppet theater workshop and the “Chasing Shadows” gallery show. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Tziporah Chastain, 4, of Port Angeles peers inside as she scrapes the inner contents of a pumpkin she is about to carve during a pumpkin carving workshop hosted by the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center on Saturday. The event was part of the center’s Celebration of Shadows Fall Festival, which included carved pumpkin judging, a shadow puppet theater workshop and the “Chasing Shadows” gallery show. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

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