A Fall Affair - SOCO Magazine
SOCO Magazine & Blithewold Mansion, Gardens & Arboretum present:
A Fall Affair
Sunday, October 14, Noon to 4p.m.
Join us for a fun-filled day for all ages including fine food, live entertainment, activities for the whole family,and much more! ***This is a FREE EVENT***
Fine Food by Russell Morin Fine Catering * Live Musical performances by Barnacle, The Buddy Roach Trio, and Comanchero * Horse Drawn Hay Wagon Rides with Sidehill Farm * Trick Kite Flying with Kitt Kites * Gourd Bowling & Other Games * Archery with The Buckley Family Archery, LLC and guests from the National Archery Association * Blacksmith Demonstrations by Conrad Bernier * Pumpkin Decorating
Bring your best apple Pie to the SOCO Fall Affair Pie Tasting contest!
A surprise Panel of Judges will donate their time and taste buds to judge home-made apple pies.Pies will be judged on APPEARANCE, TAST & TEXTURE
PRIZES AWARDED: 1st Place - $250 Cash Prize; 2nd Place - $100 Gift Certificate; 3rd Place - $100 Gift Certificate. Winner will be announced with their pie in SOCO Magazine
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For more information call (401) 253-2707 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting (401) 253-2707 end_of_the_skype_highlighting
This is a free event for the public. Remember to bring blankets and lawn chairs. We look forward to seeing you there!
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