Monday Oct 29 2012 comments Night of 1,000 Pumpkins By: By Menka Belgal / The Telegraph -A +A Menka Belgal / The TelegraphAddison Smith, 4, from Orangevale selects her favorite candy from Lori Sanden's bucket of treats Friday outside Folsom Mercantile on Sutter Street. Menka Belgal / The TelegraphDancers from Cynthia's Dance Center perform on the amphitheater stage. From left are Marissa Ostdiek, Alyssa Klonaris and Kaitlyn Wilkersen. Menka Belgal / The TelegraphDancers from Cynthia's Dance Center perform on the new amphitheater stage. From left are Gianna Moustakes, Julia Kennedy and Skye Miura. Menka Belgal / The TelegraphChloee 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. Menka Belgal / The TelegraphBrielle 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. Menka Belgal / The TelegraphScott Moneybrake towers over the crowd with his Jack Skellington suit, mask and stilts. Menka Belgal / The TelegraphRed Riding Hood (Marcy Lorfing) and the wolf (Bill Lorfing), from Sacramento, enjoy a quiet moment during Night of 1,000 Pumpkins on Oct. 26. Menka Belgal / The TelegraphFernando Flores, 18 months from Elk Grove, inspects the jack-o-lanterns. Menka Belgal / The TelegraphBest 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. Menka Belgal / The TelegraphJack-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. Menka Belgal / The TelegraphDecorations abounded outside Dorothea's on Sutter Street Friday night. Menka Belgal / The TelegraphPantomime 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.