Grove City Community Club hosts its annual Harvest Market

Messenger photos by Dedra Cordle
While a majority of people may not be ready to fully embrace the start of autumn, there were plenty of fall-aesthetic lovers on hand at the Harvest Market on Sept. 26. Hosted annually by the Grove City Community Club, residents of the area came out to the Town Center to peruse handmade crafts, seasonal baked goods and, of course, pumpkins and gourds. Shown here are a few scenes captured at the Harvest Market, which will run each Saturday through Oct. 16 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Here, Daniell Warner and her son Carson, 3, pick out a pumpkin at Dan Lett’s station. The Richwood resident had plenty of gourds on hand that came in all shapes, sizes and colors.
A sign of the times: Larry the Masked Bandit adheres to public health guidelines.
The business was “Boo-ming” for Eddie Kistler, a woodcarver from Harrisburg.
Dave Stynchula rearranges the herbs and plants for sale.
This witch was ready to put a spell on potential buyers.
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