It's a puzzle: guess how much this big pumpkin weighs and you can win it. Supplied by Cloverdale's Rondriso Farms.

Guessing game: Cloverdale Market Days launches pumpkin contest

Win the big pumpkin by correctly guessing its weight, and you can take it home.

Cloverdale’s Market Day merchants have launched a Guess the Weight of the Pumpkin Contest, just in time for Halloween.

The big pumpkin (supplied by Cloverdale’s Rondriso Farms) is on display at Carpe Diem Fine Florals, at 101 5662 176 Street until 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 24 (when the contest ends). The public is invited to drop by and enter to win the big pumpkin by correctly guessing its weight. There are other great prizes donated by local businesses to be won.


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