Meredith, Rob, and Isaac Greayer wait patiently for their favorite model, Rochelle Greyear (not shown).
Jen Sundeen takes a break from the runway this year to enjoy the show as a spectator.
Dianne Newton sports a boald aqua and chocolate checked jacket and trousers by New York company, Composed.
Tim firments sports cotton twill pants by Bills Khakis, a sports shrit by Alex Cannon, and a comfortable button polo-style sweater.
Marie Finnegan shows off an intarsia pattern jacket by 600 west with a matching green turtleneck sweater by Tribal.
Rochelle Greayer steps out in a winter-white topper by Maestro and a Parkhust wool hat.
Larry Finnegan steps out in pants by Haggar, a dress shirt by Viyella, and a sleeveless hound's tooth plaid sweater by Alex Cannon.
Debbie Ricci shows off a luxurious alpaca sweater by Eileen Fisher over a pair of pin-whale corduroy jeans by Tribal. The outfit is complimented with a crocodile-textured bag by Tianni.
Chairman of the Board of Selectmen, Ron Ricci, strolls the runway in a Vineyard Vines outfit.
School Committee member Patty Wenger in an R U Pretty pea coat.
Heidi Siegrist dons a pink and black jacket by Maestro along with snake-skin patterned jeans by Tribal.
Heidi Siegrist breaks into laughter while modeling a pink and black jacket by Maestro along with snake-skin patterned jeans by Tribal.
Karen Strickland shows off an animal print fur vest by Parkhurst along with a pair of Not Your Daughter's Jeans.
Library Director Mary Wilson looks smashing in a garnet boiled wool jeacket by Tribal.
Candidate for Selectman Bill Johnson models a car-coat length leather jacket by Missani over a polo sweater and silk dress pants from Tommy Bahama.
Two audience members react to catching the leather jacket tossed into the crowd by Bill Johnson.
Sherri Armstrong carries a candy apple red fashion patent bag by Bagtique to contrast with her hounds tooth black and white vest.
Audrey Ball of the League of Women Voters models a batik printed jacket in warm fall colors from the world market collection by Alfred Dunner.
Tim Firment suits up in an S. Cohen sports coat and Austin Reed 100 percent wool gabardine pants.
Marie Finnegan wears a charcoad and blackberry plaid blazer by Tirbal sportswear.
Rochelle Greayer models a fun charcoal grey ruffled dress by Frank Lyman designs--a Canadian manufacture--along with bold jewelry by Pastore.
Larry Finnegan looks handsome in wool dress pants from Austin Reed and a HSM sports coat.
Debbie Ricci sports a turtleneck sweater by Ghant and a newsboy cap by Parkhurst offset by a bright fuchsia quilted jackt.
Chairman of the Board of Selectmen Ron Ricci models an ultra-lite leather jacket by Remy over a Tommy Bahama corduroy pant and Viyella shirt.
Chairman of the Board of Selectmen Ron Ricci point out the softness of his ultra-lite leather jacket by Remy.
School Committee member Patty Wenger peel off her distressed leather jacket by Montanaco Coat Company to reveal a teal and chocolate leopard print jersey.
Heidi Siegrist gets a hand onto the stage from Congregational Church minister Greg Schmidt. Heidi models a three-piece outfit by Nic and Zoe that features trim and fluid lines.
Don Siegrist, husband of Heidi Siegrist, reacts to Heidi's stroll down the catwalk.
Firefighter Bill Barton looks comfortable in Tommy Bahama jeans and a Raffi mock jersey covered by an S. Cohen sports coat.
Deb Barton claps for husband, Bill.
Karen Strickland looks ready for winter in a Glenn plaid jacket and Eilieen Fisher pants with a Tianni ruched metallic brown handback.
Library Director Mary Wilson looks ready for the holidays in an amethyst-colored ruffled-front blouse by Samuel Dong of New York.
Candidate for Selectman Bill Johnson is all business in a suit by S. Cohen and a shirt by Joseph Abboud.
Sherri Armstrong is a show-stopper in a dramatic jet black coat by Katherine Barlclay.