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SpringFest 2018 was Better for the Flowers

by Paul Saulnier
May 23, 2018

Bummer. Lots of effort and great music was appreciated by a few hearty New Englanders

Organizers of SpringFest 2018 called off many of the events due to the predicted rain - and the weather forcasters got it rignt for once.

Above Sarah Quinan, left, and Samantha Paquette are in business as Starlight Kids Parties. They really love to see the smiles on the kids at their parties. You can find out all about them at https://www.facebook.com/starlightkidsparties/

Coloring and clock building were activities at Hills Antique Clocks.

The rain created problems with outside locations of Porchfest but organizer Jay Marsden found suitable locations for every musician.

The wet weather was not a problem for the Candy Cottage and other inside locations.

Kids didn't let the wet weather keep them away from a chance to get in a fire truck at the Central Street Station.

Fingers crossed for better weather next year.

 

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