Residents turn out for Hamburg Day
Master Ken’s Xtreme Martial Arts Center of Wantage put on a series of board-breaking and related demonstrations. In September, the company will be moving to Hamburg’s Governor Haines Square on Route 23.
Kaitlyn Coppolella, 15, of Hardyston takes a “selfie” with a baby goat.
Running through a cloud of bubbles as the trackless train passes by in the background.
Hailey Munoz, 10, of Hardyston tries on a real live “chicken hat” at Hamburg Day 2014.
Hamburg photographer Ernest Duck spent part of the afternoon taking photos of a variety of small farm animals with a special focus on goats and chickens.
HAMBURG — Hundreds of residents turned out for Hamburg Day 2014 last Sunday at the Hambrg Park and Recreation Fields on Gingerbread Castle Road.
The afternoon featured live music, a bubble man, juggler, pony rides, a trackless train, volleyball, face painting, and lot of baby animals for the kids to play with.
— Photos by Chris Wyman
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