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Touch-A-Truck new to Searsport's Fall Festival

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SEARSPORT Firetrucks, a marine patrol boat, race car, Central Maine Power truck and more will all be available for kids and adults to touch and climb into at Searsport's annual Fling Into Fall celebration on Friday, Oct. 2 and Saturday, Oct. 3. Also new to the festival is Pasco Grove, who will be making chainsaw sculpture, and a cash prize award for the best float in the Fling Into Fall Parade.

Children who renovate Tonka trucks will be competing again this year in the very popular Tonka Truck Restoration Challenge. Jack o' lanterns and scarecrows will be displayed on the Crescent, Searsport Public Safety professionals again challenge Stockton Springs, Prospect and Frankfort to a Chili Cook-Off. There will be a Big Parade, Craft Show, Antique Car Show, Apple Pie Baking Contest, and Rockin Robin and the New Society band will be playing doo-wop and rock.

Grasshopper Shop, WORKS, Searsport Shores Campground and Penobscot Marine Museum Store will be offering discounts to all customers on Friday, Oct. 2 and Saturday, Oct. 3. Penobscot Marine Museum admission will be free for everyone on Friday, Oct. 2 and Saturday, Oct. 3.

Fling Into Fall begins at noon on Friday, Oct. 2 with Jack o' lantern and scarecrow set-up on the Crescent, and ends at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 3 with a Public Italian Supper at the Congregational Church. For a full schedule or more information, check the Fling Into Fall Facebook pagehttps://www.facebook.com/flingintofall?fref=tsor call Kari at Searsport Rec. Dept. (207) 548-2769.

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