Photos by Lisa Aciukewicz
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A sample of the 170 booths set up to entice the crowd estimated at more than 3,500 by day’s end.
An early 1900s manual No. 5 Underwood standard typewriter.
Kaeli Armstrong sets up a display of her mother’s homemade candles.
Kitchen tools and other treasures.
Finally, all the ducks are in a row!
A painted wooden carving,
ET, phone home!
From left, Tom Daniells, Didi Chadran, and Lori Daniells discuss the day’s finds.
No fleas on us! An apparent flash mob of golden retrievers of all ages congregates at the flea market.
Amelia Lowry finds a bear with the same color hair as hers.
All dressed up and no place to go.
Sue Tokay tries on a hat at the Harvard Alpaca Ranch booth.
A cast-metal camel takes a rest.
Jim DeCapio meets his granddaughter’s boyfriend for the first time. From left: Olivia Alfano, Jim DeCapio, Lily Alfano, and Pat Baker.
Tucker Madison enjoys a chocolate-covered, M&M-studded apple.
Sharon Schmidt, Craig Bardenheuer, and Bob Dickson play “Canary in a Coalmine” at the Congregational Church Apple Festival on the Common.
Marcie Pieters purchases a slice of pie from Lucy Wallace at the Apple Festival.
Phoebe Aney sells pumpkins on the Common as a fundraiser for the Bromfield girls soccer team.
Hand-stitched quilts for sale.
2016 Bromfield grad Ben Neville is thrilled with his purchase of a new dorm room decoration.