Gallery: A busy Burrillville weekend

0
367

Burrillville residents were out enjoying the weekend at a massive arts festival, a library tea party and a special trip to honor a local veteran.

Fancy girls: Guests to Pascoag Public Library’s Fancy Nancy Tea Party pose in their party clothes.
Korean War veteran George Ducharme, at center, took an Honor Flight to Washington, D.C. this weekend to visit national memorials.
Bottle crafts were on display at the Burrillville Arts and Crafts Festival on Saturday.
Granny Grue entertained children and adults with magic at the Burrillville Arts and Crafts Festival.
Young ladies sit down for a tea party at Pascoag Public Library.
Crowds welcome veterans, including Burrillville’s George Ducharme, to T.F. Green Airport for an Honor Flight.
Country’s Back Door was one of 100 vendors and had a display of Halloween-related items for sale at the Burrillville Arts and Crafts Festival.
John Hanaway from Johnny’s Victory Diner cooks up barbecue foods to sell at the Burrillville Arts and Crafts Fair.

Guests to the Burrillville Arts and Crafts Festival grab some sweet treats from Alien Ice Cream
Print Friendly, PDF & Email