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In with the new at Fall Fest

Camel rides, pumpkin bowling among new events at 68th annual festival

3:41 PM, Oct. 15, 2013
Jake Kandanko, left, and Steve Jacobson carry a basket of freshly boiled whitefish into the fire station for the Sister Bay Lions Club annual fish boil fundraiser at last year's Fall Fest.
Jake Kandanko, left, and Steve Jacobson carry a basket of freshly boiled whitefish into the fire station for the Sister Bay Lions Club annual fish boil fundraiser at last year's Fall Fest.
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Just because Sister Bay's annual Fall Fest is taking place for the 68th straight year doesn't mean it'll be the same old, same old.

Instead, several new events are among the highlights for the "granddaddy" of Door County's community fall festivals, taking place from Oct. 18 to 20 throughout the village. Some of the "new" events were planned for last year but canceled by bad weather, so they'll still be new when they happen this weekend.

Also, the traditional highlight finale of Fall Fest returns with the pingpong ball drop at 2 p.m. Oct. 20. About 10,000 pingpong balls will be released into the ...

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