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Covered Bridge Bluegrass Festival
Pete Snellman stays busy making vintage brooms at his booth during the sixth annual Union County Covered Bridge Bluegrass Festival on Saturday, Sept. 21.
Olivia Smith, 15, smiles from the Pottersburg Bridge in North Lewisburg as her boyfriend, Lake Hesson, takes her photo during the festival.
Crista Miller, a docent with the Union County Historical Society, helps volunteer Kara McElroy try on the outfit she will wear at the Historical Society Style Show.
Marysville High School teacher Renee Fairchild takes a break from the storytelling area to see the rest of the sixth annual Union County Covered Bridge Bluegrass Festival on Saturday, Sept 21. Fairchild and Kaulin Bushong were entertaining visitors with stories about the area, such as the story of Noah Orr The Union County Giant.
Jim Greer of Jim Greer & the Mac-o-Chee Valley Folks plays the mandolin during a performance at the Union County Covered Bridge Bluegrass Festival on Saturday, Sept. 21.
Cleo Organ, 14, pets Spaz, a crested duck belonging to Autumn Henault, during the Union County Covered Bridge Bluegrass Festival. Most activities at this year's festival took place near the Pottersburg Bridge, which was built in 1868.
Jayme Schumacher-Moore, with Rock On Ice, presents a pumpkin-carving demonstration as part of the Union County Covered Bridge Bluegrass Festival. She was carving an autumn scene into the pumpkin.
Amy McElfresh, 14, offers some hay to her goat, Snickers. The goat was part of the Marysville High School FFA area at the sixth annual Union County Covered Bridge Bluegrass Festival at the Pottersburg Bridge in North Lewisburg.
Monday September 30, 2013 10:18 AM