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Getting festive in Wellesley

The Wellesley Apple Butter and Cheese Festival celebrated its 44th year on Sept. 28 with plenty of apple fritters, cider, and cheese. Aside from all the delicious food there was plenty to do and see. Inside the arena, festival goers had the chance to shop around from a variety of vendors. Outside there were rides and music playing all day long. Angelina Lapugean, 11, showed off colourful finger puppets. [Aneta Rebiszewski]

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