Café 56, a restaurant on Main St., Norfolk, was one of the floats in the parade Saturday, part of the annual Norfolk Fall Festival that also included carnival rides, a petting zoo, fireworks and a cornhole tournament. NCNow photos by Cheryl Shumway
NORFOLK – The Annual Norfolk Fall Festival attracted hundreds of people during its four-day event held Sept. 29-Oct. 2.
Many of the festival activities took place outside the Dominic Zappia Arena, Norfolk. Carnival rides, a petting zoo and horse rides, were popular family activities.
A parade down Main Street included fire and rescue trucks, Norwood-Norfolk youth basketball team members, and the Norwood-Norfolk Central School’s Trap team.
The parade also had many local candidates running for election.
Fireworks, belly dancing, a cornhole tournament, and a Halloween candy hunt were among other events at the festival.
The Norwood-Norfolk Central School Trap Team had a float in the Norfolk Fall Festival parade on Main St. Saturday. From left are members Clint Crosbie, Matthew and Patrick Nolan, and assistant instructor Jason Coller.
The annual Norfolk Fall Festival was in full swing Saturday with carnival rides at the Dominic Arena, along with many other activities throughout the weekend.
Emory Gang, of Norfolk, feeds a llama in the petting zoo held outside the Norfolk Arena Oct. 1. The four-day Norfolk Fall Festival also included carnival and horse rides, a parade, fireworks, belly dancer and corn hole tournament.
Dozens of Norwood-Norfolk youth basketball team members marched in the Norfolk Fall Festival parade, throwing out candy on Main St., Norfolk, Saturday, Oct. 1.
Myah Ray, Canton, rides a pony from the K-Stone Rescue, a Lisbon farm, during the Norfolk Fall Festival Oct. 1 held outside Norfolk’s arena. The four-day Norfolk Fall Festival also included carnival and horse rides.
Dressed in costumes for the Norfolk Fall Festival parade were spectators, from left, Jaelynn, Liam and Samantha Rombough, of Norfolk.
Lennox Wells, of North Lawrence, feeds a pony in the petting zoo held outside the Norfolk arena Oct. 1.
Derek Stevenson, running for Norfolk Town Justice, waves to spectators at the Norfolk Fall Festival parade held Saturday, Oct. 1.
Jill Breit, running for election as Norfolk Town Justice, waves to spectators at the Norfolk Fall Festival parade held Saturday, Oct. 1. Breit was appointed to fill a vacant Norfolk Town Justice position in April until elections are held.
SLC Surrogate’s Court Judge, Michelle Ladouceur, waves to spectators at the Norfolk Fall Festival parade held Saturday, October 1. She is running for election this November.
A parade float for Nicholas Pignone, running for Surrogate’s Court Judge, was at the Norfolk Fall Festival parade held Saturday, Oct. 1. Attorney Pignone has worked as an attorney in the Public Defender’s Office and as a Potsdam Village Judge.