Pumpkins, pets and a deliriously good time at fest

Fall Festival entertainment included, clockwise from top left, decorated pumpkins, quilts, scarecrows, parading pets and live music. Photo by Anne Day

SALISBURY — Gloomy weather did not deter visitors to the Fall Festival in Salisbury, held from Friday, Oct. 5, through Sunday, Oct. 7.

On Saturday, Oct. 6, it rained a bit in the morning but by 10 a.m. or so Main Street was full of joy and merriment.

Magician Peter James had a crowd of children and adults laughing as he performed on the grass on the Library Street side of the Congregational Church. A routine involving Count Dracula was a big hit, as was the sleight of hand with fake eyeballs.

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