Liza Sullebarger poses with pie as she sets up for the Apple Fair at the Congregational Church's Apple Festival on October 10.
Jayne Cadman stirs a harvest vegetable stew to be sold at the Congregational Church's Apple Festival on October 10. (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz)
Gracie tentatively greets new doggie pal Harry.
Four-year-old Andrew Magner of Andover finds a Thomas the Tank Engine treasure at the flea market.
Betsey Stone shops as her corgie Molley waits by patiently.
Hannah Wharton shows off her carmel apple.
Jeff Venier looks for hidden treasure at the flea market.
Susan Pescatore and Josie Carothers check out an antique skirt.
Katherine Grant and Tracey Bird of Townsend check an antique dress.
Sarah Seymour checks out some windcatchers.
Jim Schautz, the late Jessie Peterson's grandfather, mans a booth that encourages town residents to create a heart-shaped object in memory of Jessie.
Madeline and Nicollette Favreau get a free ride though the market.
Sydney Machado and her cousin Abbie Zajac sell their outgrown toys.
Dan Jackson sells his homemade chocolate truffles.
Seventh-graders Emma Kenny-Pesia, Emma Keany, Aliza Maki, Yonah Joffe and Eliza Agosta ham it up for the camera.