Finally at Five...a Halloween event has landed a group of Canadian children in the Guinness World Record books.
A little snow on the ground couldn't keep schoolchildren in Calgary from assembling carved pumpkins into a line on Monday.
In fact it was nearly a thousand feet long.
The Guinness World Record website says there were just over 13-hundred jack-o-lanterns in the row.
The Calgary Sun reported that the project was the brainchild of Save-on-Foods, a grocery chain looking to raise community involvement as it opened new locations in Calgary.