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  Smith Farms Fall Festival
  Photos by Cara Lord-Geiser

   The crowd at the Oct. 19 farmers market, hosted by Smith Farms, was massive. The event was a huge success.
Food trucks, wood sculpture carvings, live demonstrations, free Coca-Cola products and games and activities and giant pumpkins were all part of the festivities at Smith Farms October farmers market.Adam and Sasha, owners of Smith Farms, hosted the October farmers market.

   
  
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  Harvest Festival at the library
  Photos by Cara Lord-Geiser

   The High Prairie Library in Falcon hosted a Harvest Festival on Oct. 5. Daylong activities included an inflatable obstacle course, arts and crafts for all ages, door prizes, food and music and much more.
   
Asher Kurt, age 18, of Falcon, wore his Harry Potter costume. He said his favorite part of the event was the fresh pressed apple cider.Aviannna Caceres, age 3, of Falcon, poses with what she called a  “heeha” (mini donkey) named Samantha, provided by Wishing Star Farms.
Peyton Bette, age 11, sisters Avery Bette, age 5, and Hadley Bette, age 6, of Falcon participated in the rubber stamping craft, one of the many craft experiences available.Bruce Eng and Pat Farrenkopf volunteer with the library’s seed program. The seed library offers three free seed packets every month to library card holders.They also help educate the community on local gardening tips.
  
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  Family of Faith Fall Festival
  Photos by Cara Lord-Geiser

   On Oct. 19, Family of Faith Lutheran Church sponsored a free fall festival. The event included free hot dogs and brats, carnival style games, prizes and a bounce house.
   
Jaqix Carlson, age 7, visiting from Kansas, and her cousin, Andrew Parott, age 6, of Falcon, decorated bags for treats for game participants.Family of Faith Lutheran Church Pastor Josh Rusnak has been with the church four months. He and his wife live in Meridian Ranch.
  
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  Military Appreciation Golf Tournament
  Photos by Cara Lord-Geiser

   Meridian Ranch sponsored a Military Appreciation Golf Tournament on Oct. 13 at Antler Creek Golf Course. The tournament benefitted the Wounded Warrior Project.
   
Laceen Roberts and Sarah Lillie, employees of the Antler Creek Golf Course, set up the luncheon for tournament participants.Em Nelson and Em Gooding, beertenders form JAXs Brewery, hand out samples of Raspberry Hefeweizer.
Karl Vennebrg, Andrea Driscoll, Sevyna Fairbairn and Dan Fairbairn of Colorado Springs participated in the October golf tournament at Antler Creek Golf Course.

   
  
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