Sara Beech uses a 1926 hand crank sewing machine to stitch a cloth bookmark at the Fiddlehead Festival in Farmington Saturday morning. The Literacy Volunteers of Franklin & Somerset Counties also offered lemonade, story walks, corn hole games and books to read or take. The Fiddlehead Festival returns to Farmington, after pandemic hiatus, in its new location on The University of Maine Farmington campus. Picasa

Krysta West of Readfield holds a rabbit during the Fiddlehead Festival in Farmington Saturday morning. The rabbit is the thing that she had enjoyed the most so far at the festival, she said. Pam Harnden/Livermore Falls Advertiser

Nicholas Cole of Farmington prepares to pay for herb seedlings he found at the Fiddlehead Festival in Farmington Saturday morning. To his left is Claire Cole of Strong. The Fiddlehead Festival returns to Farmington, after pandemic hiatus, in its new location on The University of Maine Farmington campus. Pam Harnden/Livermore Falls Advertiser

Jordan Farrin of Walpole pets Helen, a Nubian/Alpine cross goat at the Fiddlehead Festival in Farmington Saturday morning. Farrin works for Martin Woods Farm in Starks. The farm brought several animals to pet plus baked goods and other farm products to sell. Pam Harnden/Livermore Falls Advertiser


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