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By Paul Ocker
The Times 

Waitsburg Fall Festival back after two-year hiatus

 

September 22, 2022

Carrie Hendrix

Fairgoers enjoyed rides up and down on Main Street in Jim and Amy Fenley's beautiful horse drawn covered wagon.

WAITSBURG-Hundreds of people visited the Waitsburg Pioneer Fall Festival on Sunday, 18 September, following a two-year hiatus due to COVID protocols. Early morning rain showers caused some concerns, stopped just before noon and the afternoon was ideal for the event.

Local artisans sold hand-forged bottle openers and coatracks, handspun woolen products, hand-dipped candles, quilting products, and handmade jewelry. Food vendors served the favorite fare of bison burgers, brats, baked goods, ice cream, and soup, proceeds of which went to local charities, including the Waitsburg Historical Soci...



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