Even though the turnout was small, that didn't diminish the fun at the Tongue River Valley Fall Festival Sunday. A celebration of fall, it was also a get together for both communities, Ranchester and Dayton, to enjoy, before winter settles in.
Coordinator Erin Kilbride said it's a time for connection.
The day was supposed to start with a softball game between both communities, but the weather put a stop to that, but that didn't put a damper on the other activities.
There was variety of games for all ages, food concessions, music, something for everyone. Thirteen year-old Jonathan Chandler took first place honors at the pie eating contest. His strategy...
A disappointed Cara Reichert helped put the event together, but the rainy weather didn't help.
The band “Kid Chaos and the Afterthoughts” provided the music for the fall festival.