Plain City Fall Festival: What a treat!

(Posted Oct. 24, 2022)

By Dedra Cordle, Staff Reporter/Photographer

On Oct. 22, hundreds of costumed animals, adults and children descended upon Pastime Park as the village of Plain City hosted its 2nd Annual Fall Festival.

Cousins Delaney McKirnan (left) and Maren Hehmeyer play a friendly game of haunted cups.
Squashcarver Gus Smithhisler works on his creation of Plain City’s clock tower during Plain City’s Fall Festival at Pastime Park.
This festive station welcomed guests to the park and encouraged them to take a few seasonal photos. Here, Spider-Man Bryson Smith takes a break from rescuing the city to get his picture taken.
Plain City resident Wyatt Kaizer has a bit of fun before learning how to throw an axe. A novice at the sport, Kaizer just missed the middle target by a few inches. Throw Nation, located in Dublin, hosted the axe throwing station.
Rookie Ghostbuster Frazier Huegel may not be afraid of ghosts, but he did show just a little bit of hesitation as he went down the inflatable slide head first.
Plain City Mayor Jody Carney and her children, Ethan (middle) and Addison, pass out candy at Trick-or-Treat Alley.
Halona Jones, 7, proudly displays the pumpkin she decorated at one of the arts and crafts stations. The Plain City resident was dressed as a corpse bride.
Brian Motsinger, an officer with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, gives Jayden Stewart a few tips on how to correctly shoot a bow and arrow.
Although many of his fellow canines came dressed as they were, Baker the Goldendoodle showed up as a bat to celebrate the festive occasion.
The Miami Valley Steam Threshers Association provided hayrides through Pastime Park to smiling passengers.
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