The pumpkins arrive in a tractor trailer and are unloaded by LHUMC members, such as Derek and Ella Thibodeaux, using ATVs and trailers to move about the patch.

The Pumpkin Patch opens Saturday, Oct. 11 in Huffman. This will be the 19th year that Lake Houston United Methodist Church (LHUMC) has been home to a large Pumpkin Patch. The patch includes over 1,000 pumpkins with a wide variety of shapes and sizes. Before the opening of the patch, LHUMC members and friends both young and old unload the tractor trailer once it arrives. Everyone participates in setting up and it is a great time of fun and fellowship each year. This year is no exception; however, the pandemic and construction of a new sanctuary may add a little bit of a challenge. LHUMC is determined to bring this cherished annual event to their community and provide beautiful pumpkins and a fun, fall tradition for many guests.

Once the patch opens, folks come from all over to pick out their perfect holiday pumpkins. The Pumpkin Patch will be open seven days a week until All Hallow's Eve (Halloween), Oct. 31. Patrons are invited to bring kids, family and cameras for festive fall photo opportunities. Proceeds benefit LHUMC missions. The patch is located at 23606 FM 2100 in Huffman and is open Monday through Friday, 1-7 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m.-7 p.m.; and Sunday noon-7 p.m. For more information, contact the church office at 281-324-1541 or visit online at or the LHUMC Facebook page.

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