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A celebration of business and community at Merrimack Fall Festival September 27

MERRIMACK – The Merrimack Fall Festival is coming up at the end of September, and includes the annual Merrimack Business Expo as well as an evening celebration, “Merrimack Rocks.”

This year the business expo is set to run September 27 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Merrimack High School. Registration runs through this Sunday, August 31. Vendors can purchase space for a 10 by 10 foot booth for $35 outside on the school’s campus, or for $75 inside the building. A volunteer organization or a city group can apply for a free booth outdoors, but all indoor booths require a fee. The registration form is located at merrimackexpo.com. ...

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MERRIMACK – The Merrimack Fall Festival is coming up at the end of September, and includes the annual Merrimack Business Expo as well as an evening celebration, “Merrimack Rocks.”

This year the business expo is set to run September 27 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Merrimack High School. Registration runs through this Sunday, August 31. Vendors can purchase space for a 10 by 10 foot booth for $35 outside on the school’s campus, or for $75 inside the building. A volunteer organization or a city group can apply for a free booth outdoors, but all indoor booths require a fee. The registration form is located at merrimackexpo.com.

Merrimack Rocks takes place around the corner from the high school at Watson Park, located at 441 Daniel Webster Highway, across from Swan Chocolates and the fire station. Festivities begin at 4 in the afternoon and include live music, fireworks, a bungee jumping trampoline, climbing wall and petting zoo. The free event is a celebration for Merrimack and its citizens. So far, this year’s sponsors include ESPN New Hampshire, The Monohan Companies and the Brew Dude Design Company. Additional sponsors are still invited to participate.

Merrimack Rocks will also present awards to several community figures. Public Safety Lifetime Achievement awards will go to former Merrimack Police Chief William Mulligan and former Fire Chief Charles Hall. A lifetime achievement award will also be given to former planning board chairman Nelson Disco.

–Telegraph Staff