Brooklin celebrates Autumn in first annual Fall Festival
Brooklin businesses opened their doors (and lawns) to offer fun, food and festivities at the inaugural Brooklin Fall Festival. Activities for the day included multiple raffles to benefit the Keep Brooklin Warm Fund, cider pressing at the Brooklin General, cookie decorating at the Brooklin Candy Company and a sampling of food and gift bags across town.
Under the tents
Visitors to the tents in front of Leaf & Anna were treated with gift bags and a variety of refreshments.
Books, clothes and antiques
Multiple businesses, including Seapoint Books + Media, POPPIE and Buxton Books, Art & Eclectibles, display their products outside.
Candy and cookies
For those with a sweet tooth, The Brooklin Candy Co. had a cookie decorating station and plenty of confections.
Customers browse at The Brooklin Pottery Co-op.
Hideaway in Brooklin
Maribeth Carson greets visitors to the Maine Hideaway, where waffles and coffee were on the menu.
Popcorn balls and baked goods
The popcorn balls at the Brooklin General Store were a hit with children and adults alike.