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Maynard Fest slated for Oct. 6

Maynard – Join thousands of others at this year's Maynard Fest, scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 6,? in and around downtown Maynard. This year's events include:

9 a.m. Fest Opens. Alpacas in Memorial Park, Inflatable's on the Garage, Maynard Fire Dept. Open House ('sil 2pm), Pumpkin Painting and Maynard Trivia at Prudential Prime Properties, Discovery Museum Activities at Middlesex Savings Bank,? Maynard Farmers” Market ('sil 1pm),? Happy Wagon Rides, Union Congregational Church Flea Market, Yard & Bake Sale and WAVM at Prudential Properties.

9:00 a.m.? MA Brazilian Jiu Jitsu at Memorial Park

9:15 a.m. Steel Drum at Memorial Park

10 a.m.? Maynard Public Library Used Book Sale until 3 p.m.? Sunday (12-3 p.m.). Will take donations until October 4th.

10:30 a.m. The Movement Center (Dance) at Memorial Park

10:45 a.m. Joy Walsh & Keith Jacques (folk, rock, alt) at Memorial Park

11 a.m.? Climb to the Top of the Clock Tower ('sil 1pm)

11:45 a.m.? Miss Tricia's Dance Studio at Memorial Park

Noon? L & M Rhythm Kings (Jazz & World Music)

1:15 p.m. Mister Vic (interactive children's sing-a-long) at Memorial Park

2:15 p.m.? Shoot the Cat (country, alt) at Memorial Park

3:30 p.m.? Maynard Fest Closes

4 p.m.? Maynard Rotary Club Oktoberfest Opens. Music, Food, Beer & Children's Activities.

7:45 p.m.? Fireworks over Mill Pond.

For more information, call the Assabet Valley Chamber of Commerce at 978-568-0360, log onto www.assabetvalleychamber.org, or find them on Facebook under Maynard Fest.

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