Nearly 60 trophies were presented at the New Haven Road Angels Car and Bike Show, held at the Stewart-Johnson V.F.W./Lottie Jenks Memorial Park on Saturday.
Spider Man and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, also known as Cooper (left) and Bentley Fitchpatrick of Middleport, enjoyed wearing their costumes at Saturday’s Mason Harvest Festival.
Ron Shields’ 1951 Chevrolet truck was named Best of Show on Saturday at the New Haven Road Angels Car and Bike Show. The show was held in conjunction with the Town of Mason Harvest Festival. Shields, of Evans, is pictured with his trophy.
Old-fashioned sack races were held at the Mason Harvest Festival, with all participants receiving cash prizes. The first to cross the finish line received a crisp $5 bill, while all others received $2.
The “Turbo Tubs” carnival ride drew children young and old for a chance to spin at the Mason Harvest Festival. A bounce house and slide rounded out the activities, along with several games.
Cornhole was a popular event at the Mason Harvest Festival on Saturday. Pictured is a scene from one of the games.
Mary VanMeter of Mason was the winner of the apple pie baking contest at the Mason Harvest Festival on Saturday. VanMeter won $50 for her prize winning pie.
Mark Clark, right, president of the New Haven Road Angels car club, is pictured as he presents one of the Top 50 trophies at the Car and Bike Show on Saturday. Proceeds show will be used to support the youth in Mason and Road Angels charities.
Emily Henry, Mason Harvest Festival organizer, is pictured as she serves free popcorn to some of the children attending. Kids were also treated to free candy and juice.
While there were many attractions at Saturday’s Mason Harvest Festival, the playground remained a favorite for little Sophie Dennis, who preferred the slide over the bounce house.
It was cookie heaven for children at the Mason Harvest Festival, as they stacked the sweet treats to see who could make the highest tower in the allotted time. Other races, as well as a bounce house, slide, and carnival ride rounded out the activities.
Hallie Kearns is pictured as she paints a pumpkin at the Mason Harvest Festival. The pumpkin painting was one of many free events offered to area children.
Over 80 cars, trucks and motorcycles were entered in the New Haven Road Angels Car and Bike Show at the Mason Harvest Festival. Nearly 60 trophies were presented to the participants.