Autumn Leaves kicks off


Allison Sinclair, from Chase and Charli restaurant in Mount Airy, pours a beer for one of the many folks who visit the beer garden at the Autumn Leaves Festival. The festival will continue through this weekend.


Andy Winemiller | The News

Danny Smith from Crooked Oak Ceramics tells area resident Roger Jarrell about his product line. The Autumn Leaves Festival will continue through this weekend.


Andy Winemiller | The News

Jonnie Prater, who owns Sqirreley Worley Acorns, attempts to entice customers into purchasing one of Prater’s earrings or pendants. The Autumn Leaves Festival will continue through this weekend.


Andy Winemiller | The News

Kristi Fell, left, and Tamela Hawks check out some of the crafts available at Mount Airy’s Autumn Leaves festival. The festival will continue through this weekend.


Andy Winemiller | The News

Local and regional vendors lined the streets at Mount Airy’s Autumn Leaves Festival. The festival, which began on Friday, will continue through this weekend.

Allison Sinclair, from Chase and Charli restaurant in Mount Airy, pours a beer for one of the many folks who visit the beer garden at the Autumn Leaves Festival. The festival will continue through this weekend.
http://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_AutumnLeaves21.jpgAllison Sinclair, from Chase and Charli restaurant in Mount Airy, pours a beer for one of the many folks who visit the beer garden at the Autumn Leaves Festival. The festival will continue through this weekend. Andy Winemiller | The News

Danny Smith from Crooked Oak Ceramics tells area resident Roger Jarrell about his product line. The Autumn Leaves Festival will continue through this weekend.
http://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_AutumnLeaves41.jpgDanny Smith from Crooked Oak Ceramics tells area resident Roger Jarrell about his product line. The Autumn Leaves Festival will continue through this weekend. Andy Winemiller | The News

Jonnie Prater, who owns Sqirreley Worley Acorns, attempts to entice customers into purchasing one of Prater’s earrings or pendants. The Autumn Leaves Festival will continue through this weekend.
http://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_AutumnLeaves11.jpgJonnie Prater, who owns Sqirreley Worley Acorns, attempts to entice customers into purchasing one of Prater’s earrings or pendants. The Autumn Leaves Festival will continue through this weekend. Andy Winemiller | The News

Kristi Fell, left, and Tamela Hawks check out some of the crafts available at Mount Airy’s Autumn Leaves festival. The festival will continue through this weekend.
http://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_AutumnLeaves31.jpgKristi Fell, left, and Tamela Hawks check out some of the crafts available at Mount Airy’s Autumn Leaves festival. The festival will continue through this weekend. Andy Winemiller | The News
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