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300 folk figures and counting: Shelburne County resident turning property into a Fall Folk Festival of Fun once again

Shelburne County folk artist Andrew Donaldson has once again turned his yard in Doctor’s Cove (3994 Highway 3) into a Fall Folk Art Festival of Fun. Shark Attack off the starboard side of the Pirate Ship. With an opening large enough for a child to fit in, the folk-art shark  Donaldson  has created for this year’s Fall Folk Art Festival of Fun is turning into quite the photo op. KATHY JOHNSON PHOTO
Shelburne County folk artist Andrew Donaldson has once again turned his yard in Doctor’s Cove (3994 Highway 3) into a Fall Folk Art Festival of Fun. Shark Attack off the starboard side of the Pirate Ship. With an opening large enough for a child to fit in, the folk-art shark Donaldson has created for this year’s Fall Folk Art Festival of Fun is turning into quite the photo op. KATHY JOHNSON PHOTO - Kathy Johnson

The circus is in town as part of this display on Andrew Donaldson’s front lawn. Kathy Johnson photo
The circus is in town as part of this display on Andrew Donaldson’s front lawn. Kathy Johnson photo

SHELBURNE COUNTY, N.S – Shelburne County folk artist Andrew Donaldson has once again turned his yard in Doctor’s Cove (3994 Highway 3) into a Fall Folk Art Festival of Fun.

At the time of this posting, Donaldson was still putting the finishing touches on the displays, which feature more than 300 folk art figures in just about any type of scene imaginable, with plans to open the display to the public starting Oct. 13.

The display is open daily from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. until Oct. 31.

There is no admission.

Donations for charity are accepted.

REVISITING: TAKE A LOOK AT WHAT DONALDSON DID LAST YEAR WITH HIS PROPERTY 

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