GRAFTON – It was a bit drippy outside, but the Congregational Church of Grafton’s 44th annual Harvest Fair and Apple Pie Social proceeded as planned on Sunday, Sept. 24.
Persistent light rain had visitors breaking out the umbrellas, raincoats and extra tent tops.
Still, they had a chance to peruse the offerings at the yard sale, head inside for the book sale, then warm up with a bit of chili or chowder, as well as burgers and hot dogs.
Let’s not forget the apples – more than 100 pies and crisps made specially for the sale, along with brownies and Scottish shortbread.
The event also offered live music from the church’s own musicians, as well as raffle baskets and a children’s play area.
“I love the people, and the pies are the best thing ever,” said Donna Blanchard of Westborough, who’s been a member of the church for more than 40 years.
For more information about the church, visit https://www.uccgrafton.org/