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In lieu of an entrance fee to the event, donations for Oregon Dog Rescue were collected

KAELYN CASSIDY - Wilsonville Parks and Recreation Coordinator Erica Behler dressed as a witch and led the costume parade at the Fall Harvest Festival.

Witches, ghouls, unicorns and more came out for Wilsonville's annual Fall Harvest Festival on Saturday, Oct. 22 at the Stein Boozier barn in Murase Plaza Park.

With more treats than tricks, attendees spent the morning watching live music, riding in horse-drawn carriages and decorating free pumpkins provided at the festival. There was also a face-painting station, a magician and a unicorn for kids to meet.

In lieu of an entrance fee, donations for Oregon Dog Rescue were collected. By the end of the festival, $40 cash was donated along with about 25 accessory items such as leashes, bones, toys and collars.

"We really appreciate the community support," Behler said. "We hope to grow the event in the future."KAELYN CASSIDY - Those who attended Wilsonville's Fall Harvest Festival got free pumpkins to decorate and take home.KAELYN CASSIDY - Wilsonville held its annual Fall Harvest Festival on Oct. 22 at the Stein Boozier barn.KAELYN CASSIDY - Kids dressed up in their Halloween costumes for the costume parade at Wilsonville's Fall Harvest Festival.KAELYN CASSIDY - Kids dressed up in their Halloween costumes for the costume parade at Wilsonville's Fall Harvest Festival.KAELYN CASSIDY - Kids dressed up in their Halloween costumes for the costume parade at Wilsonville's Fall Harvest Festival.KAELYN CASSIDY - Kids dressed up in their Halloween costumes for the costume parade at Wilsonville's Fall Harvest Festival.KAELYN CASSIDY - Wilsonville's Fall Harvest Festival had a magician, a face painting station and opportunities for kids to meet a unicorn.


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