PHOTOS: Saturday’s Hootenanny was a hoot


Elizebeth Bonham, who is on the board of directors at the New Agrarian Center in Oberlin, displays some of the local vegetables and products available Saturday.


Elizebeth Mirahan, Lydia Moran, and Sophia Pekowsky display some free items available at Resource Conservation in Oberlin.


Karen Cidwell shows off some of the local wines at the Hootenanny festival.


Sammie Trombone, a senior at the Oberlin College, provides music.


Photos by Randy Meyers | Oberlin News-Tribune

From farm tours to food trucks, there was plenty to see and do Saturday at the 4th Annual Hootenanny at the George Jones Farm in Oberlin. The festival is a fundraiser for the New Agrarian Center, a nonprofit that leases the farm from Oberlin College to create a sustainable food system for the region.

Elizebeth Bonham, who is on the board of directors at the New Agrarian Center in Oberlin, displays some of the local vegetables and products available Saturday.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/44/2016/10/web1_hoot_1.jpgElizebeth Bonham, who is on the board of directors at the New Agrarian Center in Oberlin, displays some of the local vegetables and products available Saturday.

Elizebeth Mirahan, Lydia Moran, and Sophia Pekowsky display some free items available at Resource Conservation in Oberlin.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/44/2016/10/web1_hoot_2.jpgElizebeth Mirahan, Lydia Moran, and Sophia Pekowsky display some free items available at Resource Conservation in Oberlin.

Karen Cidwell shows off some of the local wines at the Hootenanny festival.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/44/2016/10/web1_hoot_3.jpgKaren Cidwell shows off some of the local wines at the Hootenanny festival.

Sammie Trombone, a senior at the Oberlin College, provides music.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/44/2016/10/web1_hoot_4.jpgSammie Trombone, a senior at the Oberlin College, provides music.

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