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October 4, 2012

Fall Festival

EXETER – Pumpkins and scarecrows and hayrides, oh my! Join in the family fun at the 14th Annual Exeter Fall Festival on Sat., October 20, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., in Swasey Parkway, Exeter. Presented by the Exeter Area Chamber of Commerce, the Exeter Fall Festival is proudly underwritten by Service Credit Union and sponsored by Access Sports Medicine & Orthopedics, Wall Industries, Inc., Airzone, First Student Transportation, and Amtrak Downeaster.

Kids and adults of all ages will enjoy this free event! Just some of the seasonal merriment will include trick-or-treating along Water Street, pumpkin bowling, live entertainment, crafters, food vendors, games, horse-drawn hay wagon rides, storytelling and more. Other exciting additions for this year include pony rides, a bouncy house, and a petting zoo for getting up close to a variety of unique animals. Come join us and vote for the best Scarecrow display, and make sure to register in advance for the apple pie baking contest to showcase your favorite apple pie recipe!

Also new this year, is the Powder Keg Beer & Chili Festival. The festival will feature over 25 breweries, and local restaurants will be on hand testing their chili recipes. Be sure to join us and vote for your local favorite! Get your tickets to this event now because once they are gone, they are gone! For more information, please visit www.powderkegbeerfest.com.

For more information, call the Exeter Chamber at 603.772.2411 or email krystas@exeterarea.org. The festivities will take place rain or shine along the beautiful riverfront in downtown Exeter.

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