ALBION — The Albion Historical Society’s annual Fall Festival will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct 13, at the old Albion narrow-gauge railroad station on Benton Street. There will be interactive demonstrations of blacksmithing, candlemaking and spinning. Bean hole beans will be served with roasted sweet corn, hand-churned butter, rolls and freshly pressed cider.

Other events include homemade ice cream making, a floral arranging workshop, bake sale and live music. A large tent will provide protection from the elements.


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