Even chilly weather didn’t dampen the enthusiasm of the more than 500 people who turned out for this year’s Fall Festival at Camp Christopher in Bath.
There was plenty of fun including food trucks, four bands that kept people dancing and live performances.
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Costumed youngsters enjoyed walking along the trails and past the cabins as they trick or treated. There were plenty of other activities, including face painting, carnival games and crafts. Nearly two dozen vendors staffed tables and offered a variety of giveaways and information.
Camp Christopher, which will celebrate its 100th anniversary next year, is operated by Catholic Charities, Diocese of Cleveland.