Monday Oct 29 2012 comments Night of 1,000 Pumpkins By: By Menka Belgal / The Telegraph -A +A Addison Smith, 4, from Orangevale selects her favorite candy from Lori Sanden's bucket of treats Friday outside Folsom Mercantile on Sutter Street. Dancers from Cynthia's Dance Center perform on the amphitheater stage. From left are Marissa Ostdiek, Alyssa Klonaris and Kaitlyn Wilkersen. Dancers from Cynthia's Dance Center perform on the new amphitheater stage. From left are Gianna Moustakes, Julia Kennedy and Skye Miura. Chloee Alarid, 14 months from Folsom, dressed as a peacock. She was very curious about the eyes on Wren Marquez's (15 months from Folsom) pumpkin costume. Brielle Wagers, 3 from Folsom, wows passersby with her original peacock costume, handmade by her mother. Brielle's brother, Braxton, was thrilled to be a vampire. Scott Moneybrake towers over the crowd with his Jack Skellington suit, mask and stilts. Red Riding Hood (Marcy Lorfing) and the wolf (Bill Lorfing), from Sacramento, enjoy a quiet moment during Night of 1,000 Pumpkins on Oct. 26. Fernando Flores, 18 months from Elk Grove, inspects the jack-o-lanterns. Best friends Makenzie Campbell, 7 from Roseville on the left and Isabell Isaman, 8 to her right enjoy watching "Ghost Busters" on a large screen at the amphitheater. Jack-o-lanterns line Sutter Street. More than 500 were donated by Intel. More than 500 jack-o-lanterns were donated by Intel for Night of 1,000 Pumpkins. Decorations abounded outside Dorothea's on Sutter Street Friday night. Pantomime Emma Harley, 12 from Folsom, attempts to mimic a jack-o-lantern. Thousands turned out for Folsom's annual Night of 1,000 Pumpkins on Friday, Oct. 26. Jack-o-lanterns lined Sutter Street while costumed kids sought treats from merchants. Outdoor movies were also shown.