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Enchanted Forest Success

We are so thrilled that Enchanted Forest went off without a hitch! Tours on both sold out nights were treated to skits about spiders, snakes, mushrooms, and slugs. They also enjoyed a story around the campfire and crafts to take home after their walk in the jack-o-lantern woods.

Thank you to all of our amazing volunteers, and to our sponsors Grappone Automotive Group, Bangor Savings Bank, and Merrimack County Savings Bank. And a special shout out to Katrina Fedors, our event coordinator, who pulled it all together.

Save the date for next year: Friday, October 21, and Saturday, October 22, 2022.

Photo: Indiana Jones (Slater Roosa) gets ‘slimed’ by a snake (Kimmie Whiteman) during Enchanted Forest, by Dyanna Smith.

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