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Oxford greets the season after a postponement

By Chris Barber|

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    Behind the Scenes: Eastern State full of fun and fear for Halloween

    Philadelphia >> Halloween has always been one of my two favorite holidays of all time. On a normal, day-to-day basis, I’m not a fan of fear, but there’s something about the month of October which allows me to push that feeling aside as I drop a lot of cash to go to “haunted” places, watch marathons of horror movies and don crazy costumes to dish out my own share of spooks.

    Candice Monhollan
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  • Arts and entertainment

    Unionville Community Fair a success

    Clear skies prevailed for the 90th annual Unionville Community Fair last weekend.

    Fran Maye
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    Thousands celebrate Founders’ Day

    Pocopson >> It was a day of fun and games at Pocopson Park as people flocked out to celebrate the eighth annual Founders’ Day on Sept. 28.

    Candice Monhollan
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  • Arts and entertainment

    Rechenberg crowned Unionville Fair Queen

    UNIONVILLE >> Carly Rechenberg, 17, a student at Unionville High School, was crowned Unionville Community Fair queen last week. Ellen Dunbar was selected fair queen alternate, and Shannon White, fair princess and Sarah Taylor, fair princess alternate.

    Fran Maye
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  • Arts and entertainment

    Exciting finish at Plantation Fields

    Maya Black and Doesn’t Play Fair stormed around Mike Etherington-Smith’s CIC3* cross-country course to clinch the win at Plantation Field International Horse Trials in fairytale fashion.

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    Thousands expected for Unionville Community Fair

    UNIONVILLE >> A homemade beer and wine contest is just one of the new features at the 90th annual Unionville Community Fair and Farm Show, scheduled for Oct. 3 through Oct. 5, at the Landhope Fairgrounds near routes 926 and 82.

    Fran Maye
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  • Arts and entertainment

    Results from the 29th annual Mushroom Festival

    National Fried Mushroom Eating Championship

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    New features attract spectators to Chadds Ford Days

    Chadds Ford >> Storms pummeling the area the day before put a damper on the Saturday of the annual Chadds Ford Days, but everyone was in high spirits with the perfect weather Sept. 7 at the Chadds Ford Historical Society.

    Candice Monhollan
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  • Arts and entertainment

    Storm doesn’t interrupt eating at Mushroom Festival

    KENNETT SQUARE >> A thunderstorm intruded during the mid-afternoon of the well-attended and activity-packed 29th annual Mushroom Festival on Saturday, but the day was otherwise the usual upbeat collection of vendors, food servers and demonstrators.

    Chris Barber
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  • Arts and entertainment

    Mushroom Festival hosts Corbett and opens the street for dancing

    KENNETT SQUARE >> Kennett Square’s 29th annual Mushroom Festival debuted Friday evening with a parade featuring a visit from Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett, and a string of citations presented by local legislators.

    Chris Barber
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