Photos of the 2014 Haddonfield Fall Festival

The experience of leaves turning bright colors, cinnamon spice cookies and pies, cool crisp air and pumpkins of every shape and size is enough to make one forget all about the pleasures of summer and postpone thinking about the coming winter. That’s what Haddonfield’s Annual Fall Festival celebrates, with the eclectic mix of arts and crafts, clothes, gifts and jewelry, sprawled along the sidewalk on Kings Highway and Tanner Street.

The event features such as carriage rides, scarf designing and other activities, this year’s celebration was mainly devoted to crafters. Marcy Boroff, who has organized this festival, says that the event has expanded over the years from being a community festival to a popular craft fair. “Haddonfield loves crafters andartists and crafters love Haddonfield, it’s a great place for a festival,” said Boroffwho also a director of the summer Haddonfield Crafts and Fine Art Festival that in two days drew nearly 100,000 people.

 

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