Octoberfest at Noden Reed House

By Joan Hunt - ReminderNews Managing Editor
Windsor Locks - posted Fri., Oct. 7, 2011
Kids, pets and adults had a wonderful time at the Noden Reed House during Octoberfest on Oct. 2. Photos contributed by Jerry Dougherty. - Contributed Photo

Music from The Turkey Foot Band, airborne jugglers, a puppet show, hayrides and a corn maze were just some of the attractions available for the participants at Octoberfest on Sunday, Oct. 2, at the Noden Reed House. Visitors could also pick a pumpkin, have their faces painted or choose from a variety of refreshments and crafts that were provided that day.

The free Octoberfest also featured a car show, with no registration fee for the entrants, a tractor pull and barn tours.

There was also a 5K walk for hunger, which began at 8 a.m., the proceeds of which went to the Windsor Locks Food Shelf.

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