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Photos: Fern Hollow music fest held

| Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2013, 3:39 p.m.
Randy Jarosz | For the Sewickley Herald
David Lesondak of Crafton opens up the festivities during Fern Hollow Nature Center's fall music festival Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013.
Randy Jarosz | For the Sewickley Herald
Lily McClain, 3, and Liam Welge, 6, both of Sewickley, sift through corn in search of a painted penny to win a prize Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013, during Fern Hollow Nature Center's fall music festival.
Randy Jarosz | For the Sewickley Herald
Madison Recker, 10, paints a spider on the face of Jodie Welge, both of Sewickley, Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013, during Fern Hollow Nature Center's fall music festival.
Randy Jarosz | For the Sewickley Herald
Matt Constantine of Franklin Park perfoms a Bob Marley song Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013, during Fern Hollow Nature Center's fall music festival.
Randy Jarosz | For the Sewickley Herald
Emily Boatner, 5, (left) with her sister Anna Boater, 2, perform Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013, during Fern Hollow Nature Center's fall music festival.
Randy Jarosz | For the Sewickley Herald
Emily Boatner, 5, (left) performs with the Lucky Dogs, consisting of Anna Boatner, 2, and her father Bryan Boatner on mandolin. The Boatners performed classics such as 'Yellow Submarine,' 'Good Hearted Women,' and 'Catfish John' Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013, during Fern Hollow Nature Center's fall music festival.

Music of many genres was featured Saturday at the Fern Hollow Nature Center fall music festival in Sewickley Heights.

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