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Shrewsbury family celebrates “Shades of Autumn”

Photo/Joyce DeWallace

Shrewsbury – Natasha Colonero, of Shrewsbury, stands with her children Gianni, 8, and Dante, 10, in front of a vivid display of produce from the bountiful vegetable garden at Tower Hill Botanic Garden. The harvest season was celebrated with “Shades of Autumn,” a family celebration over the Columbus Day weekend. The boys worked on a scavenger hunt and looked at the many displays including everything from alpacas to information on the Asian Longhorned beetle, while their mom enjoyed shopping at the many local craft displays.

 

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