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BRINGING A FALL FESTIVAL TO LIFE

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    Betty Smith of Temperance, Mich., uses a spinning wheel during the Fall Festival.

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    Harry Schroeder, left, and his wife Rose Mary Schroeder, of Temperance, Mich., make scarves and socks during the Fall Festival at Olde Schoolhouse Commons in Lambertville, Mich.

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    Zack Davis, 5, of Lambertville, Mich, decorates a pumpkin.

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Harry Schroeder, left, and his wife Rose Mary Schroeder, of Temperance, Mich., make scarves and socks during the Fall Festival at Olde Schoolhouse Commons in Lambertville, Mich.

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There was activity galore at the Olde Schoolhouse Commons in Lambertville on Saturday. Above right, Betty Smith of Temperance takes some yarn for a spin. Activities weren't just for the young at heart, but for the young in age too. Zack Davis, 5, of Lambertville is among the youths who found that decorating a pumpkin is a great way to welcome fall.







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Zack Davis, 5, of Lambertville, Mich, decorates a pumpkin.

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The Fall Festival was in full swing.









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Betty Smith of Temperance, Mich., uses a spinning wheel during the Fall Festival.

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Basket weaving, sock knitting, polymer clay creations, spinning, pumpkin decorating, wood carving, quilting, face painting, music and more took place.













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