For a festival of fall fun, leaf it all to Salisbury

Girls at Salisbury Fall Festival set up camp outside Scoville Memorial Library making their own “slime,” a popular, gooey substance the youth seem to enjoy squishing and pulling. Photo by Cynthia Hochswender

SALISBURY — The weather was glorious for the 43rd annual Salisbury Fall Festival, which was held not just in the town’s main village but also in Lakeville. 

The three-day stretch of craft sales, bread baking, hot dogs, scarecrow displays, musical performances, quilts and activities for children and small animals began on Friday, Oct. 11, and stretched to Sunday, Oct. 13 (for coverage of Sunday’s Pet Parade, see Every dog has his day (and a hamster won, too)).

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