A throng gathered near the downtown to eat, be entertained, and be neighborly. Enlarge
Austin Rogers, 5, of Sylvania makes a mask, one of several child-friendly crafts that were available. THE BLADE/HERRAL LONGEnlarge
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There also was a parade, featuring Mayor Craig Stough, at right, and a special guest seated beside him - Mayor Michael Harding of Woodstock, Ontario, Sylvania's Sister City. The mayors were grand marshals of the parade. Enlarge
Sunday was festive in Sylvania, thanks to the 21st Sylvania Fall Festival and Parade.
Other Woodstock representatives were on hand.
The festival was cosponsored by Sylvania's Sister City Commission and recognizes the 15th anniversary of the alliance with Woodstock.
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