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Photo gallery: Heritage Day packed with good old fun in Monroeville

| Monday, Sept. 25, 2017, 11:39 a.m.
Isaac Reyes, 3, and his brother, Adam, 5, paint faces on their pumpkins at the Monroeville Historical Society Heritage Day on Saturday. The event at the historical McGinley House and the McCully House featured children's activities, pony rides, a petting zoo, seasonal crafts, butter churning, and bread baking in an outdoor oven.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Isaac Reyes, 3, and his brother, Adam, 5, paint faces on their pumpkins at the Monroeville Historical Society Heritage Day on Saturday. The event at the historical McGinley House and the McCully House featured children's activities, pony rides, a petting zoo, seasonal crafts, butter churning, and bread baking in an outdoor oven.
Aiden Gerhart, 11, learns how to write with a quill and ink from volunteer Suellen Watt at the Monroeville Historical Society Heritage Day on Saturda.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Aiden Gerhart, 11, learns how to write with a quill and ink from volunteer Suellen Watt at the Monroeville Historical Society Heritage Day on Saturda.
In front of the stone fireplace of the McGinley House, Jennifer Lis demonstrates the spinning wheel during the Monroeville Historical Society Heritage Day on Saturday, Sept. 23.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
In front of the stone fireplace of the McGinley House, Jennifer Lis demonstrates the spinning wheel during the Monroeville Historical Society Heritage Day on Saturday, Sept. 23.
Matthew Mertens, 13, prepares to take his new straw friend for a walk. Matthew filled jeans, a shirt and hoodie with straw and made a face out of a plastic bag for his scarecrow crafted at the Monroeville Historical Society Heritage Day.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Matthew Mertens, 13, prepares to take his new straw friend for a walk. Matthew filled jeans, a shirt and hoodie with straw and made a face out of a plastic bag for his scarecrow crafted at the Monroeville Historical Society Heritage Day.
Adrianna Oto, 12, Katie Caliari, 7, and Carmen Oto, 8, make a scarecrow out of jeans, shirt and straw during the Monroeville Historical Society Heritage Day on Saturday.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Adrianna Oto, 12, Katie Caliari, 7, and Carmen Oto, 8, make a scarecrow out of jeans, shirt and straw during the Monroeville Historical Society Heritage Day on Saturday.
Mary Lo Span talks with the two youngest members of the Monroeville Historical Society, David Tharp, 10 and his sister, Dasia, 11, during Heritage Day on Saturday, Sept. 23. The brother and sister team are founders of the Junior Historical Society.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Mary Lo Span talks with the two youngest members of the Monroeville Historical Society, David Tharp, 10 and his sister, Dasia, 11, during Heritage Day on Saturday, Sept. 23. The brother and sister team are founders of the Junior Historical Society.
Dan Gerhart takes a fresh baked loaf of bread from the outdoor oven at the Monroeville Historical Society Heritage Day on Saturday, Sept. 23.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Dan Gerhart takes a fresh baked loaf of bread from the outdoor oven at the Monroeville Historical Society Heritage Day on Saturday, Sept. 23.
Owen Yanovich, 3, and his dad, Jared, are hard at work painting the perfect face on their pumpkin at the Monroeville Historical Society Heritage Day on Saturday, Sept. 23.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Owen Yanovich, 3, and his dad, Jared, are hard at work painting the perfect face on their pumpkin at the Monroeville Historical Society Heritage Day on Saturday, Sept. 23.
A rooster named Rooster enjoys neck rubs from Haley Gross at the Monroeville Historical Society Heritage Day on Saturday, Sept. 23.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
A rooster named Rooster enjoys neck rubs from Haley Gross at the Monroeville Historical Society Heritage Day on Saturday, Sept. 23.

The Monroeville Historical Society had its Heritage Day on Saturday.

The event at the historical McGinley House and the McCully House featured children's activities, pony rides, a petting zoo, seasonal crafts, butter churning, and bread baking in an outdoor oven.

Lillian DeDomenic is a freelance photographer.

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