Photos by Lisa Aciukewicz
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Record crowds of flea market shoppers enjoy the picture-perfect fall day Saturday, Oct. 10.
Vendors prepare their booth before the shoppers arrive.
Thomas Hunt shows off an elaborate display he created to attract shoppers to his table of LEGOS for sale.
Donna and Joe Loco check out a 1940s-era radio before purchasing it for $35.
Who let the genie out of the bottle?
Have a seat!.
Steve Moeser tries out a stationary bike as his wife Chriss seems to tell him that, as much as he pedals, he won't be able to get home that way.
From left: Soccer players Talbot Chipman, Kelsey L’Ecuyer, and Meghanne Fitzsimmons sell pumpkins for the team.
One-year-old Collin Farrington shares a smile.
Daniel and Grisha Bykhovsky try out a drum as their grandfather watches.
Zak Pelak models a fur tippet.
Gabe Sennott holds his find ... a classic Beatles album.
Bromfield freshmen Connor O'Shea, with his newly purchased oriental rug, and Gwyneth Evans.
Mums fill antique crates for sale at a vendor's booth.
Bromfield juniors Clara Alexander and Eva Xue shop for jewelry.
Sam Shepherd catches up with his grandmother, Marie Finnegan.
Great Danes Watson and Holmes get a lot of attention as they stroll the flea market grounds.
A beautiful wooden storage container.
One of the many displays of jewelry.
Steve Nigzus and Pat Jennings are heavy into pie production for the Congregational Church Apple Festival. Commented Jennings, “Steve baked more than 100 pies at his house alone!.
Hot pies! Stand clear! Joanne Williamson carries freshly baked pies to the cooling racks.
Jake Dwight shows off his Frankenstein face paint done by Will Bardenheuer.
Sharon and Jon Schmidt enjoy some pie.