The hot apple cider flowed like water at the Littleton Museum's Harvest Festival on Oct. 14, as families roamed the grounds of the living history farm, picking out pumpkins.
“We've got a multigenerational love affair with this place,” said …
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“We've got a multigenerational love affair with this place,” said Garrett Crawford, who brought both his 1-year-old son Magnus Crawford and his mom Kim Crawford. “It's our escape from the big city.”
Visitors circled the festival on mule-drawn hayrides, while others tried their hand at pressing cider. The festival drew thousands of attendees and raised funds for the Friends of the Littleton Library and Museum.
“It does my heart good to see everyone so happy,” said the museum's Curator of Collections Jenny Hankinson.
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