Another successful year for the Cochrane Pumpkin Lantern Festival. 

The event was packed despite strong winds and hail on Friday evening. 

Over 375 creative pumpkins lit up the long pathway at Cochrane RancheHouse Historic Park.

Leadership teacher at Cochrane High, Lisa Gordan-Reece says the creativity grows every year. 

Gordan-Reece says "It is definitely not the weather we are expecting but nothing seems to hold back the crowds here. The pumpkin path is full and everybody is still coming out. It's amazing."

The event featured music from high school bands, fire pits, food trucks and wood carvings from Widahl Woodcraft creations.