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First Church in Marlborough's FallFest brings family fun to community

Marlborough – First Church in Marlborough is hosting FallFest Saturday, Sept. 29, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Union Common, 37 High St. (corner of Route 85) in Marlborough.

FallFest is an old-town fair with lots of food, fun for the kids, entertainment, and crafts – and it is a great way for the city to get to know First Church. There will be local bands playing at the fair and various food vendors, including the First Church Grill with hamburgers and hotdogs, a lemonade stand, ice cream, cotton candy and more! For the kids there will be a bouncy house, juggling, games, face painting, and puzzle games. Green awareness information will be available at a separate booth. There will also be a basket raffle and craft tables.

“We'se thrilled to be holding this magical event again,” said committee chair Kim Beauchemin. “It is a great way for the community to welcome in the fall season!”

First Church in Marlborough (Congregational) UCC, old in tradition and history, is a growing, thriving community of people who are young at heart, industrious, creative, energetic, respectful, secure, and diligent.

For more information, email kimbeau17@gmail.com.

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