Kids bounce around on one of two moon bounces set up at the central fire station on Railroad Avenue.
Marilyn Mathison talks to a member of the Mt. Hope High School band Saturday afternoon.
The Mt. Hope Band played for festival goers Saturday afternoon at The Restaurant, just up from Baker Street.
Young Regan Stanley doesn't quite know what to make of Santa, who came for a visit Saturday afternoon at the youth center in Warren Town Hall.
Young Grace Kelly keeps an eye out for her mom below, just out of camera, at the Touch A Truck event at the central fire headquarters. Fire crews brought kids up about 26 feet in the ladder truck.
The Warren Holiday Festival continued Saturday, with hundreds, if not thousands, of visitors spending most of the afternoon walking from shop to shop, and attraction to attraction, at the end of the two day festival.
Organized by Marilyn Mathison, the festival started Friday evening with the switching on of the town lights. The party kept going Saturday with kid-friendly events. Popular were the Touch a Truck and moon bounces at fire headquarters, Native American story telling, juggling demonstrations, holiday ornament workshops and more.