Rain doesn’t stop Scarecrow Festival

Oxford resident Meagan Brandt (left) and her daughter Brynna, 1, meet Bubbles the Pig, who won the pet costume contest by dressing as a “streaker.” Bubbles’ owner is Jessica Filiatrault (right), owner of Matador Farm in Oxford. Photo by C.J. Carnacchio.
Oxford resident Meagan Brandt (left) and her daughter Brynna, 1, meet Bubbles the Pig, who won the pet costume contest by dressing as a “streaker.” Bubbles’ owner is Jessica Filiatrault (right), owner of Matador Farm in Oxford. Photo by C.J. Carnacchio.

Saturday’s wet weather didn’t dampen folks’ spirits a bit as they enjoyed the annual Scarecrow Festival in downtown Oxford. They played games, ate chili and pie, raced Pinewood Derby cars, listened to music and met a pig named Bubbles. Victoria’s Delights beat out six other local restaurants in the chili cook-off, winning both the judges’ and people’s choice awards.

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