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.
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.
Zack Davis, 5, of Lambertville, Mich, decorates a pumpkin.
The Fall Festival was in full swing.
Betty Smith of Temperance, Mich., uses a spinning wheel during the Fall Festival.
Basket weaving, sock knitting, polymer clay creations, spinning, pumpkin decorating, wood carving, quilting, face painting, music and more took place.
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