Posted: October 21, 2019 | Updated: October 21, 2019
Blacksmith Darrol Rinedollar of Pella, Iowa, makes a tool at Sherman Kiefaber's booth at the folklife festival. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
Dan Barth entertains as a Medicine Man, returning to Hannibal after a few years' absence.
Brittany Graham, right, buys hair scrunchies from Mary Matyas. At her booth, Matyas was giving children, including Timothy and Isabella Clark, an opportunity to make candles. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
Brittany Torres is selecting a bead necklace to buy from Sudie Deane Jewelry of Shelbyville, Mo.
Alexia Ranabargar meets Miss Heartland Marissa Jarnagin and Miss Heart of St. Louis Ashley Perry.
Vernon Norris hammers on his handmade wooden bowl. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
Carolyn Joseph, left, of Jacksonville, Ill., and Evelyn Deverell of Decatur, Ill., live 60 miles apart and were very surprised to discover they were wearing identical blouses when they met to attend the festival. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
Terripin Farms sells pumpkins of all sizes, shapes and colors. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
Selling soft pretzels are Jean Kramer of the Hannibal Salvation Army Advisory Council and Salvation Army envoy Justian Corliss. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
Brent Dove buys cookies from Joel Dant at the United Way of the Mark Twain Area booth.
Malina Boulware of Columbia tries rope making at the Amish booth manned by Levi and Erica Good of Dutch Country General Store in Bloomfield, Iowa. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
Tom and Becky (Jack Myers and Annabelle Peck) stroll down Main Street. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
Steve Hahn of Granite City, Mo., buys Hydesburg United Methodist Church's kettle corn from Judy Lemons. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
Mia Krope of O'Fallon makes a candle. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
Pat and Connie Benson, their daughter, Kyley Adams and her son, Waylon Adams, had enjoyed bread pudding sold by Hannibal Business Women of Mo. and were taking home caramel apples sold by Project Graduation. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
Jolee Lumpkin of Quincy, Ill., eats caramel apple slices sold by Project Graduation, with her mother, the former Marissa Ewert of Hannibal.
Branson Wood ties an apron on Ileen Levy. Both Hannibal Arts Council board members are helping at one of the HAC soft drinks booths. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
Jeffrey Wingerter buys a funnel cake from Curt Fahy at the St. John's Lodge No. 28 booth. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
Jim Berry of One of a Kind Antler Crafts in Hunnewell, Mo., displays his antler lamp.