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Friday, August 15, 2014

Hudson Old Home Days feature fun for all ages

Hudson Old Home Days run through Sunday on the grounds of the historic Hills House, 211 Derry Road.

On Saturday, events will run from noon-11 p.m. Visitors are encouraged to dress “A Little Bit Country,” which is the day’s theme. ...

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Hudson Old Home Days run through Sunday on the grounds of the historic Hills House, 211 Derry Road.

On Saturday, events will run from noon-11 p.m. Visitors are encouraged to dress “A Little Bit Country,” which is the day’s theme.

Activities include a chili cook-off, a touch-a-truck, live music with the Rock Daddys, Silent Fist and Walkin’ The Line bands, free kids games, a pie-eating contest, carnival rides and vendors, all capped by fireworks sponsored in part by the Nash Foundation.

On Sunday, events will begin at noon. The theme for the day is “Patriotic Celebration: Red, White and Blue.” Dance teams, live entertainment, a scavenger hunt, treasure hunts and the final round of a singing competition are on the schedule.

Carnival rides and vendors will be open until 5 p.m.

Parking is $2, which benefits the Hudson Lions Club. An ATM is on the premises. No pets are allowed.

For more information, including ticket prices for rides, visit www.hudsonoldhomedays.blogspot.com.

– DEAN SHALHOUP