Brooklyn holds its first Fall Festival

By Denise Coffey - Staff Writer
Brooklyn - posted Tue., Oct. 11, 2011
Hart's Greenhouse put together a clever scarecrow for the Fall Festival. Photos by D. Coffey.
Hart's Greenhouse put together a clever scarecrow for the Fall Festival. Photos by D. Coffey.

The town of Brooklyn held its first Fall Festival on Saturday, Oct. 8.

Artists and vendors camped out underneath the statue of Gen. Israel Putnam in front of the Brooklyn Historical Society. An army of scarecrows turned the lawn in front of Citizen's National Bank into a colorful field of fanciful characters. A moon bounce drew raves from children.

With the weather cooperating nicely, people were able to stroll past antique cars, see original works of art, and take in the history of the town.


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