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Celebrating fall and community at Innisfree Garden

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Some of the approximately 40 people who helped celebrate Northeast Dutchess Community Day at Innisfree Garden on Saturday, Sept. 21, were seen lining up for tickets at the welcome kiosk at the garden. Photo by Judith O’Hara Balfe

MILLBROOK — Leaves are beginning to turn from green to shades of orange, yellow and gold. This is a perfect time for a tour of the Innisfree Gardens. Noted as one of the finest gardens in the country, the tour includes about 1.3 miles of winding paths around a lake.

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