Warren Fall Festival's two-day run ends on Sunday
The garden tractor pull was one of the highlights of the Warren Fall Festival on Saturday. BZ photos
The Warren Fall Festival at Warren Woods concludes on Sunday after a well-attended first day on Saturday, when a big crowd fllled the grounds for the Warren Volunteer Fire Co.'s annual fundraiser.
Sunday's hours are 10 to 5. Admission is $8. Children under 8 are admitted for free. Today's events include demonstrations by the Wamogo timber team at 1 and 3, a magic show at 1:30, and a vehicle extrication demonstration by firefighters at 2.
There's plenty of food too at the concession stand run by volunteer firefighters and at the country store run by the fire company's ladies auxiliary.
Anita Cornish watched over the cash box at the Warren Congregational Church's fried dough booth.
Kristen Willenbrock, left, and Amy Cassone were selling apple cider donuts to benefit the Warren School.
Shannon Lewis of the Warren Volunteer Fire Co.'s ladies auxiliary fills a cup with clam chowder.
Volunteer firefighter Dennis Tanner cooks French fries.
Lily Lamphier of Watertown rides a 500-foot zip line.
Ella Desmond of Warren, left, and Samantha Brady of Morris model the outfits they found at the festival's rummage sale.
A pumpkin cannon launches into Fiddler's Pond.
Customers at the food concession.
Ellen Paul of the Warren Historical Society talks with visitors.
The Warren Public Library is holding a used book sale.