Arvada jumps into fall

Photos by Shanna Fortier
Posted 10/9/17

Molly Flynn came as Wonder Woman, her bother Jameson as a Lego Batman. The two, dancing with their hands in the air, were joined by friends Austin and Andy Jacobsen, both in skeleton costumes. A large dance party seemed to be the main event in Olde …

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Arvada jumps into fall

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Molly Flynn came as Wonder Woman, her bother Jameson as a Lego Batman. The two, dancing with their hands in the air, were joined by friends Austin and Andy Jacobsen, both in skeleton costumes. A large dance party seemed to be the main event in Olde Town Square Oct. 7 during the annual Festival of Scarecrows hosted by Historic Olde Town Arvada. The square also featured a pumpkin patch, and scarecrows of all shapes and sizes stood guard throughout.

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