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Pumpkin Patch & Oktoberfest

The 3rd annual pumpkin patch festival was held at Sunnyside Gardens Park on Saturday and it catered to residents of all ages.

Young childen rolled around with pumpkins, got their faces painted and participated in art projects.

The adults ate hotdogs and bratwursts, cooked by Dorothy Morehead and others. The beer was flowing and the country music quartet was playing.  Local artists were selling their wares– from Sunnyside T-shirts to trinkets.




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