We are in the last days of summer. The nights are getting cooler and the days are getting shorter. School is back in session and the stores are filled with Halloween and Thanksgiving merchandise. This all means that it’s time for the Mt. Laurel Fall Festival, an immensely popular event where local vendors, businesses, retailers, and performers come out in unity to celebrate the onset of Fall. Susana O’Hagan of the Mt. Laurel Parks and Recreation department even declared she expects “20,000 people” to come out this year!
Check out the sights and the scenes of the afternoon below. Click on an image for higher quality to download, and please contact me if you would like to use a photo or two for your own purposes (social media, e-mail, website, etc.), to get even higher quality photos, and to remove the watermark. Enjoy!
What a wonderful way to spend an afternoon – I had a blast!