Kids were able to make their own arts and crafts -- including friendship bracelets -- in a crafts tent at Saturday's Festival on the Trails. Central National Bank sponsored the tent. Staff photo by Corbin H. Crable
Classic car owners lined up their cars for inspection Saturday at the Festival on the Trails. Passersby were welcome to peer into the hood for a glimpse from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Staff photo by Corbin H. Crable
Distinguished Gardner citizens listen to Stephen Wilson recount the town's Bushwhacker raids Saturday at Chatfest on the Trails. Gardner residents also had the chance to take a historic walking tour of downtown Gardner at last weekend's Festival on the Trails. Staff photo by Corbin H. Crable
Vendors at Saturday's Festival on the Trails treated attendees to a variety of goodies, including roasted corn, a festival favorite. Staff photo by Corbin H. Crable
Members of the Gardner Historical Society pose for a photo Saturday during the Chatfest on the Trails. Historical society members decked out in period dress spoke briefly to the crowd and talked about Gardner's history. Staff photo by Corbin H. Crable
See Wednesday’s edition of The Gardner News for more photos from the third annual Festival on the Trails, which took place Saturday in downtown Gardner.