Fall festivals in swing

LORDSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) — Rain did not stop the annual Apple Cider Festival from rolling on Saturday in Lordstown.

Some outdoor activities were put on hold but inside Lordstown High School, crafters set up shop to sell some of their finest items.

The booster program was also raising money for new team jerseys.

The festival continues Sunday with a 5K race and parade.

In Canfield, people flocked to the annual Harvest Festival and Craft Show at White House Fruit Farms.

The main attraction was finding that perfect pumpkin for the fall. A petting zoo, harvest craft barn, and Whitehouse’s famous cider and doughnuts were also part of the fun.

The festival runs through Sunday.

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