At the Congregational Church Apple Festival, Sue Barber dons an apple costume formerly worn by town legend Ellie Buford.
Abigail Shipps and David Shipps sit down to enjoy some apple pie at the Apple Festival. The two Atlanta natives were visiting Harvard with their mother, Bromfield graduate Cindy Brown.
Apple Festival volunteers Charlie Gorss and Debbie Kaegebein slice cheese to go with apple pie.
Arlene Marteney serves up pie to customers.
A broad view of the 40th annual flea market held on the grounds in front of the Harvard Public Library and the Bromfield School.
From left: Chris Basile, Gary Clements, and Paul Kudlich take a break from cooking for the Harvard Lions Club booth at the flea market.
Vendor Fifi Ball (left) talks with shopper Mary Neill.
Kasia Lorenz-Kruk looks at coats with her mother Kathy.
Some of the many whimsical treasures found at the flea market.
From left: Gabe Sennott, John Hawes, Patrick Flanagan, Alicia Bakis, and Madison Drummey discover a find.
Dressed for the season, Pat White staffs the Harvard Help booth.
From left: Jake Gaulin, Jackie Normand, and Madeline Normand look over Jake’s vinyl find—a Creedence Clearwater Revival LP.
Sadie Flanagan, Alexis Norcross, and Maddie Steele shop for jewelry.
Belts for every size waist are for sale.
Leena Cherry Holmes shops for just the right Barbie.
A variety of wearing apparel, from mittens to military uniforms, is on hand for shoppers.