Colors of the Kingdom

Colors of the NEKST. JOHNSBURY- On Saturday, spectators of all ages gathered in St. Johnsbury for the annual Colors of the Kingdom fall foliage festival.

Onlookers braved the heavy winds as they gathered along Railroad Street to view this year's parade which was unaffected by the construction of Eastern Avenue.

Other popular events included a scenic train ride that took off from the Pomerleau building and local crafts.

There's pleanty more fall foliage to see. This Saturday, September 28th, East Burke will be holding their annual Fall Foliage Festival from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. This is East Burke's biggest festival of the year. It will include plenty of local art, live music and food.

 

 

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