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Seeing eye to eye in Northborough

Northborough – Brianna Ouelette, 3, gets a close-up look at a pygmy goat July 16, when the Northborough 4-H Small Animal Club set up its petting tent on the lawn of the Northborough Free Library. Children also got the chance to pet bunnies and guinea pigs. Always a popular attraction, the club's petting tent will return to the Applefest Street Fair on Blake Street scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 17, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Brianna Ouelette, 3, gets a close-up look at a pygmy goat July 16, when the Northborough 4-H Small Animal Club set up its petting tent on the lawn of the Northborough Free Library. Children also got the chance to pet bunnies and guinea pigs. Photo/Ed Karvoski Jr.

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