Scenes from Mason Harvest Festival


Dozens of women lined up Saturday to try their luck at slinging the iron skillet at the Mason Harvest Festival. The victors were presented cash prizes.


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Sometimes something as simple as a pit filled with corn can provide an afternoon of fun, as demonstrated at the Mason Harvest Festival on Saturday. The event was held at the Stewart-Johnson V.F.W./Lottie Jenks Memorial Park, and featured music and games for children and adults.


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The carnival ride swings never stopped Saturday at the Mason Harvest Festival. One of the most popular items at the event, children kept the operator busy.


Mindy Kearns/Courtesy

The haybale toss drew many men to Mason’s Harvest Festival. Pictured is David Reed as he throws the bale across the park. Winners in the event were Dale McDonald, first, Cliff Morris, second, and Mike Test, third.


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Mary VanMeter is pictured with her winning apple pie entry at the Mason Harvest Festival.


Mindy Kearns/Courtesy

Free hotdogs were given away by the Town of Mason at the Harvest Festival. Pictured are Michelle Pearson, left, and Kathy VanMeter as they prepare one for a hungry festival-goer.


Mindy Kearns/Courtesy

Children, as well as adults, were able to take advantage of the free events and refreshments at Saturday’s Harvest Festival. Hotdogs, water, juice and popcorn were all provided free of charge to those attending.


Mindy Kearns/Courtesy

Darlene Roach is pictured as she “tattoos” a youngster at the Mason Harvest Festival Saturday. Along with tattoos, children decorated pumpkins that they took home following the event.


Mindy Kearns/Courtesy

Youngsters participated in the cookie stacking contest at the Mason Harvest Festival. Perhaps more fun than stacking, however, was eating the spoils of their labor afterwards.


Mindy Kearns/Courtesy

Dozens of women lined up Saturday to try their luck at slinging the iron skillet at the Mason Harvest Festival. The victors were presented cash prizes.

Sometimes something as simple as a pit filled with corn can provide an afternoon of fun, as demonstrated at the Mason Harvest Festival on Saturday. The event was held at the Stewart-Johnson V.F.W./Lottie Jenks Memorial Park, and featured music and games for children and adults.

The carnival ride swings never stopped Saturday at the Mason Harvest Festival. One of the most popular items at the event, children kept the operator busy.

The haybale toss drew many men to Mason’s Harvest Festival. Pictured is David Reed as he throws the bale across the park. Winners in the event were Dale McDonald, first, Cliff Morris, second, and Mike Test, third.

Mary VanMeter is pictured with her winning apple pie entry at the Mason Harvest Festival.

Free hotdogs were given away by the Town of Mason at the Harvest Festival. Pictured are Michelle Pearson, left, and Kathy VanMeter as they prepare one for a hungry festival-goer.

Children, as well as adults, were able to take advantage of the free events and refreshments at Saturday’s Harvest Festival. Hotdogs, water, juice and popcorn were all provided free of charge to those attending.

Darlene Roach is pictured as she “tattoos” a youngster at the Mason Harvest Festival Saturday. Along with tattoos, children decorated pumpkins that they took home following the event.

Youngsters participated in the cookie stacking contest at the Mason Harvest Festival. Perhaps more fun than stacking, however, was eating the spoils of their labor afterwards.

Dozens of women lined up Saturday to try their luck at slinging the iron skillet at the Mason Harvest Festival. The victors were presented cash prizes.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_10.11-Mason-9.jpgDozens of women lined up Saturday to try their luck at slinging the iron skillet at the Mason Harvest Festival. The victors were presented cash prizes. Mindy Kearns/Courtesy

Sometimes something as simple as a pit filled with corn can provide an afternoon of fun, as demonstrated at the Mason Harvest Festival on Saturday. The event was held at the Stewart-Johnson V.F.W./Lottie Jenks Memorial Park, and featured music and games for children and adults.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_10.11-PPR-Mason-1.jpgSometimes something as simple as a pit filled with corn can provide an afternoon of fun, as demonstrated at the Mason Harvest Festival on Saturday. The event was held at the Stewart-Johnson V.F.W./Lottie Jenks Memorial Park, and featured music and games for children and adults. Mindy Kearns/Courtesy

The carnival ride swings never stopped Saturday at the Mason Harvest Festival. One of the most popular items at the event, children kept the operator busy.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_10.11-PPR-Mason-2.jpgThe carnival ride swings never stopped Saturday at the Mason Harvest Festival. One of the most popular items at the event, children kept the operator busy. Mindy Kearns/Courtesy

The haybale toss drew many men to Mason’s Harvest Festival. Pictured is David Reed as he throws the bale across the park. Winners in the event were Dale McDonald, first, Cliff Morris, second, and Mike Test, third.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_10.11-PPR-Mason-3.jpgThe haybale toss drew many men to Mason’s Harvest Festival. Pictured is David Reed as he throws the bale across the park. Winners in the event were Dale McDonald, first, Cliff Morris, second, and Mike Test, third. Mindy Kearns/Courtesy

Mary VanMeter is pictured with her winning apple pie entry at the Mason Harvest Festival.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_10.11-PPR-mason-4.jpgMary VanMeter is pictured with her winning apple pie entry at the Mason Harvest Festival. Mindy Kearns/Courtesy

Free hotdogs were given away by the Town of Mason at the Harvest Festival. Pictured are Michelle Pearson, left, and Kathy VanMeter as they prepare one for a hungry festival-goer.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_10.11-PPR-mason-5.jpgFree hotdogs were given away by the Town of Mason at the Harvest Festival. Pictured are Michelle Pearson, left, and Kathy VanMeter as they prepare one for a hungry festival-goer. Mindy Kearns/Courtesy

Children, as well as adults, were able to take advantage of the free events and refreshments at Saturday’s Harvest Festival. Hotdogs, water, juice and popcorn were all provided free of charge to those attending.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_10.11-PPR-mason-6.jpgChildren, as well as adults, were able to take advantage of the free events and refreshments at Saturday’s Harvest Festival. Hotdogs, water, juice and popcorn were all provided free of charge to those attending. Mindy Kearns/Courtesy

Darlene Roach is pictured as she “tattoos” a youngster at the Mason Harvest Festival Saturday. Along with tattoos, children decorated pumpkins that they took home following the event.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_10.11-PPR-mason-8.jpgDarlene Roach is pictured as she “tattoos” a youngster at the Mason Harvest Festival Saturday. Along with tattoos, children decorated pumpkins that they took home following the event. Mindy Kearns/Courtesy

Youngsters participated in the cookie stacking contest at the Mason Harvest Festival. Perhaps more fun than stacking, however, was eating the spoils of their labor afterwards.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_10.11-PPRMason-7.jpgYoungsters participated in the cookie stacking contest at the Mason Harvest Festival. Perhaps more fun than stacking, however, was eating the spoils of their labor afterwards. Mindy Kearns/Courtesy
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