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Fall at Gore Mountain ends with festival

Caleb Davis carves an oar at Gore during the Harvest Fest Saturday. The festival features craftspeople who produce their own goods.

Caleb Davis carves an oar at Gore during the Harvest Fest Saturday. The festival features craftspeople who produce their own goods. Photo by John Grybos.

— Two artists featured at Tannery Pond's Widlund Gallery were on hand to discuss their work. Carrying people along Main Street were two of the six-passenger golf carts from FrontStreet.

Mike Bowers of barVino, who co-chairs the Business Alliance, said that participating businesses all reported a great weekend.

“If people could not find something to do or see, it was not through lack of effort on the part of the businesses along Main Street,” said Bowers.

The collaboration of the Business Alliance's Autumn Street Fair, the Gore Mountain Harvest Fest and the Saratoga-North Creek Railroad created an event that makes North Creek a destination, said Bowers.

The train station had passengers lined up shoulder-to-shoulder at the platform, down to the parking area and approaching Main Street when loading up for the trip out of town Saturday afternoon.

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