Lyndon Fall Festival

Lyndon Fall Festival

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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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