Lyndon Fall Festival

Lyndon Fall Festival


To the delight of many, it was all sunshine in Lyndon Saturday, Oct. 3, for the annual Lyndon Fall Festival and 150th Anniversary of the city. A wide variety of activities and interesting events for all ages, including pumpkin painting, above, created good memories during a year where uncertainty and disappointment have been the norm. At right, members of the Mountain Man group set up camp on the courthouse lawn, where onlookers could catch a glimpse of life as an explorer from the early 1800s. The car cruise-in at city park, at right, and the kids’ treasure hunt, below, sponsored by Citizens State Bank, were among the well-liked events

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