Current and former residents of Kurten crowed the grounds of the town's community center for the 20th Annual Kurten Homecoming and Fall Festival.
Folk got to enjoy games, arts and crafts, food, and live auctions the entire day.
Money raised from the event will be divided among several projects throughout Kurten.
Donations will be given to local organizations and some of the money will be placed into the community center's building fund.
The Festival's Chairman Ron Weiman said everything lined up perfectly and went off without a hitch.
"This year been real great. We had an excellent turn out today," Weiman said. "The weather was nice and we've just about sold out of everything we've had here and so, it's been a real festive day."
Organizers are looking forward to a bigger and better festival next year.
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