Norris hosts annual "Project Pumpkin" trick-or-treating for local kids
  • Project Pumpkin invites over 1,000 kids to Norris each year.
  • Members of the Asian American Intervarsity Christian Fellowship wore animal onesies to Project Pumpkin.
  • Kids were able to pie Northwestern students in the face.
  • In addition to collecting candy, kids could get their faces painted, complete coloring pages and play in a bouncy house.
  • The Ukulele Club performed some songs for visitors, including "Riptide" by Vance Joy.
  • Student groups offered activities and candy to the kids.
  • Lots of kids came in creative costumes, from a bumblebee to Mickey Mouse.
  • Kids participated in a donut-eating contest at Project Pumpkin.
Photos by Carlyn Kranking / North by Northwestern
Thursday, upwards of 1,000 Evanston children, parents and chaperones came to Norris as student groups led activities and handed out candy in Northwestern Community Development Corps' annual Project Pumpkin. This event, which has run for over 20 years, brings Northwestern students and Evanston children together in costume to celebrate Halloween.


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