Recent Examples of gourd from the Web
The festival celebrates anything grown from a vine — like flowers, wine, gourds and more.
The three-day cultural celebration kicks off on Friday, Sept. 1, with gourd dancing at 6 p.m. and what promises to be an awe-inspiring grand entry of dancers in colorful regalia at 7 p.m.
At least two weeks ago, a friend posted a very disturbing image online: a six pack of beer, each bottle emblazoned with the word PUMPKIN, orange font of course, above a buxom orange gourd.
The gourd dances will be followed by a grand entry of dancers at 7.
If Chaplin was right, Jets fans must be stoned out of their gourds these days.
These expert carving tricks will have your gourds both looking and smelling(!) good the entire trick-or-treating season.
In my mind a festival was a town gathering where elderly women sold jam and gourds, and welcomed autumn back again.
Rascher said her mother also took to craft projects involving gourds, and her parents became members of the American Gourd Society.
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