The southern rock band “Rip Tide” will perform at the Gloucester Moose Lodge’s Harvest Festival Saturday. All proceeds of the event will go to Toys for Tots. Pictured above, from left, are band members Don Lindsey, James Dunn, Steve Utley, Lori Ann Javier, Marshall Taylor, Dave Jones and Ron Reagan.
The Gloucester Moose Lodge is hosting its third Harvest Festival this Saturday as a fundraiser for Toys for Tots.
Children’s events will begin at noon and last until 4 p.m. Events will include games, hayrides, face painting, a magic show and a skit of “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” which will be performed by youth actors. The children’s portion of the day is free.
The next part of the day is from 4-11 p.m. and admission is $20, which includes music, games and a meal—pig roast with sides.
Magician Scott Friedinger, at left, will also be performing Saturday.
There will be several performers at Saturday’s event. The southern rock band “Rip Tide” will provide the music....
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