Published October 13. 2021 11:26AM
PRESS PHOTOS BY CASSANDRA DAYOUB Despite cloudy skies and some showers, crowds turn out for Autumnfest, held Oct. 10 at North Catasauqua William J. Albert Memorial Park, 701 Grove St. The festival featured vendors, food attractions, pony rides, a car show and a musical performance by Flirtin' with the Mob.
The North Catasauqua Betterment Committee tent auctions off various raffles. The tent received a lot of attention for its 25-cent chance to pick a winning lollipop.
Vehicles line up on the baseball field at the park for the car show at Autumnfest.
The Toys for Tots' donation display reminds those attending it is not too early to think about contributions to the cause for the upcoming holiday season.
Sandy Scheirer and Bill Nothstein, of the betterment committee, staff one of the raffle tables. They helped organize the event.
Blue Ridge Ranch, 2500 Mountain Road, Bath, delights young ones with pony rides behind the playground at the park.