(OREGON, Mo.) - One rural Missouri town welcomed people from the area for its 66th Autumn Festival.The Holt County Autumn Festival began on Wednesday and went through Saturday in Oregon. This was the 66th year the festival took place.The several day event welcomed a hypnotist, The Scott Peery Band, and other attractions. "It is Holt county but it's a wonderful event for the community of Oregon," Billie Barns, a member of the Fair Board, said. "Everybody comes together and they make things happen."Saturday's events also included a 5k run, parade, and a kiddie tractor pull.Organizers say this year's attendance was near normal.
One rural Missouri town welcomed people from the area for its 66th Autumn Festival.
Posted: Sep 15, 2018 8:25 PM
Updated: Sep 16, 2018 11:18 AM
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