Fall Festivities In Peacham

peachemPEACHAM- Fall is finally here, and that means that it is time for fall festival season. Peacham has their festival going on this week and with lots of events going on, people from all around the Northeast Kingdom and even other parts of the country have made this event one of their stops. Some of the events happening on Thursday were favorites of a lot of people, the bus tour and the crafts fair were just some of the few.

 

Some of the events happening on Thursday were favorites of a lot of people, the bus tour and the crafts fair were just some of the few. The bus tour takes people for a tour of the town of Peacham, stopping along the way for leaf peepers to snag some gorgeous views of the surrounding area, as well as highlighting some of the town's historical aspects.

"The tavern", also home to tour guide "Jock", was a two in one stop. Built in the 1700's and operating as a tavern until the mid-1800's, it was a bustling part of Peacham's economy back in the day. It also hosted gorgeous views of South Peacham, where the foliage was really popping. One tourist was so grateful to be stopping at such a picturesque spot, saying that it belongs on a postcard. The bus tour arrived back at the Town Hall where the Crafts fair was happening.

The Crafts fair provides local vendors the opportunity to sell some of their products to everyone. One vendor Linda, goes to multiple of these fall festivals every year to sell her products. She explained that she loves coming to these because of all of the people that she meets, "I meet people from one town to the other and I actually have built up a couple of friendships from people that have visited".

 

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