Taste of Timnath Fall Festival event packs town streets

North Forty News
By: Marty Metzger
Photo: By Blaine Howerton
 
Photo Caption: People of all ages enjoy beautiful weather and changing leaf colors along the pedestrian mall at Timnath's annual Fall Festival.

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A sunny, warm day welcomed crowds to the Annual Fall Festival in Timnath on Saturday, October 7. Vendors were just setting up at 7 AM when eager people began arriving.

Delighted children raced from spot to spot, trying to decide what to try first. At one location, several tables with pumpkins and paint awaited little, creative hands. Two bounce castles, a goat petting pen and tasty treats enticed more youngsters.

Older festival-goers perused displays of items for sale, including alpaca fiber apparel; fresh, locally-grown lavender in bunches, soaps and more; jewelry; wooden, hand-painted signs; and much more.

A raised platform stage provided entertainment by The Burros, a Greeley band. Its lively sound drew fans of all ages.

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