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This Saturday: Antlers & Angler’s Fall Fest is free family fun in Belfast NY

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Armstrong is hosting their 3rd annual Antlers & Angler’s Fall Fest on Saturday, October 1

This event is being held at the Armstrong facility in Belfast, NY, 6661 NY Route-305, Belfast, NY.

There will be fun for all, with activities and entertainment all day long! This year’s festival will feature music from ZOAR (12-2pm) and Growler’s Blues Band (3-5pm), a balloon animal artist, hayrides, food, vendors, and FREE Pumpkins for all children in attendance.

Vendors galore and a pumpkin patch

Setting up this year will be over 20 vendors offering great local products ranging from fresh pressed apple cider, to hunting products, and even whitewater rafting trips! Once you visit the pumpkin patch and pick out your favorite pumpkin, you can take it over to the pumpkin decorating station and add on all the fun decorations you wish. Hungry? Grab a bite to eat from the Belfast Central School food stand. They will be there serving up burgers and hot dogs fresh off the grill, and your money is going to support their junior class.

Donate and win a kayak

Visit the Armstrong tent to chat with their wonderful team members about the top-notch internet services that we provide, and don’t forget to bring your canned goods along! Armstrong will be giving away a brand-new kayak. For every 5 non-perishable food items, or 5-dollar donation, you will receive an entry to win. All donations received will go right back into the community, supporting local food pantries in Allegany County.

FREE to attend

This event is totally FREE to attend, and Armstrong has planned a full day of FUN for all to enjoy. The festivities kick off at 10am and run until 5pm.

For more information on the Antlers & Anglers Fall Fest, visit Armstrong on Facebook! Armstrong Antlers and Anglers FALL FEST | Facebook “

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