Bring the family out to the museum for a fun jack-o-lantern walk and pumpkin carving contest hosted by St. Charles County Parks, Great Rivers Greenway, and Fresh Thyme Markets. This Spooktacular event is back for its third year and features 100 pumpkins carved by residents that will illuminate the outside of the museum and 1 mile of the adjoining paved Centennial Trail. Pumpkin carving is outside the museum and takes place from 5 - 7 p.m.; the Jack-O-Glow Walk is from 7:30 - 9 p.m. The cost to carve a pumpkin is $3 each and pre-registration is required. Carvers must bring their own tools and have their pumpkin ready to display by 7 p.m. Carved pumpkins will go home with contestants after the event ends. Prizes will be awarded for the top three best carvings and the best family or group costume. The night of community fun also includes festive music, a scavenger hunt with prizes, and a variety of outdoor yard games to play.Moving Munchies food truck will have tasty eats available for purchase throughout the night. Candy, soda and water also will be available. Admission to walk the illuminated trail is free and registration not required to attend this event.