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Parmelee Farm Hosts Nature Fest with A Place Called Hope

The Parmelee Farm in Killingworth hosted the A Place Called Hope Nature Fest on July 13. The free festival celebrated the planet, health and healing, art, rescue and conservation, and animals.

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The Parmelee Farm in Killingworth hosted the A Place Called Hope Nature Fest Saturday July 13th. The free festival celebrated our planet, health and healing, art, rescue and conservation and animals. Bret Haughwout shows the claws of Mr. Binx, CT's Educational Lynx. The cat is an one-year-old Eurasian Lynx weghing about 45 pounds. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Source | Buy This Photo

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The Parmelee Farm in Killingworth hosted the A Place Called Hope Nature Fest Saturday July 13th. The free festival celebrated our planet, health and healing, art, rescue and conservation and animals. A portrait of Mr. Binx, CT's Educational Lynx. The cat is an one-year-old Eurasian Lynx weghing about 45 pounds. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Source | Buy This Photo

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The Parmelee Farm in Killingworth hosted the A Place Called Hope Nature Fest Saturday July 13th. The free festival celebrated our planet, health and healing, art, rescue and conservation and animals. Bret Haughwout with Mr. Binx, CT's Educational Lynx. The cat is an one-year-old Eurasian Lynx weghing about 45 pounds. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Source | Buy This Photo

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The Parmelee Farm in Killingworth hosted the A Place Called Hope Nature Fest Saturday July 13th. The free festival celebrated our planet, health and healing, art, rescue and conservation and animals. Bret Haughwout with Mr. Binx, CT's Educational Lynx. The cat is an one-year-old Eurasian Lynx weghing about 45 pounds. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Source | Buy This Photo

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The Parmelee Farm in Killingworth hosted the A Place Called Hope Nature Fest Saturday July 13th. The free festival celebrated our planet, health and healing, art, rescue and conservation and animals. Jessica Dionne holds up a seashell from Meigs Point Nature Center for her son, five-year-old Jackson to listen to. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Source | Buy This Photo

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The Parmelee Farm in Killingworth hosted the A Place Called Hope Nature Fest Saturday July 13th. The free festival celebrated our planet, health and healing, art, rescue and conservation and animals. Zen, a 9 -year-old Barn Owl is shown by Todd Secki co-founder of A place called Hope, Birds of Prey. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Source | Buy This Photo

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The Parmelee Farm in Killingworth hosted the A Place Called Hope Nature Fest Saturday July 13th. The free festival celebrated our planet, health and healing, art, rescue and conservation and animals. Zen, a 9 -year-old Barn Owl is shown by Todd Secki co-founder of A place called Hope, Birds of Prey. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Source | Buy This Photo

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The Parmelee Farm in Killingworth hosted the A Place Called Hope Nature Fest Saturday July 13th. The free festival celebrated our planet, health and healing, art, rescue and conservation and animals. Zen, a 9 -year-old Barn Owl is shown by Todd Secki co-founder of A place called Hope, Birds of Prey. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Source | Buy This Photo

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The Parmelee Farm in Killingworth hosted the A Place Called Hope Nature Fest Saturday July 13th. The free festival celebrated our planet, health and healing, art, rescue and conservation and animals. Chase Nolan, 3 plays a drum at one of the vendor stalls. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Source | Buy This Photo

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The Parmelee Farm in Killingworth hosted the A Place Called Hope Nature Fest Saturday July 13th. The free festival celebrated our planet, health and healing, art, rescue and conservation and animals. Ranger Russ Miller from the Meigs Point Nature Center holds up a stink pot turtle as he discusses reptiles in Connecticut. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Source | Buy This Photo

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The Parmelee Farm in Killingworth hosted the A Place Called Hope Nature Fest Saturday July 13th. The free festival celebrated our planet, health and healing, art, rescue and conservation and animals. Ranger Russ Miller from the Meigs Point Nature Center holds a box turtle as he discusses reptiles in Connecticut. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Source | Buy This Photo

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The Parmelee Farm in Killingworth hosted the A Place Called Hope Nature Fest Saturday July 13th. The free festival celebrated our planet, health and healing, art, rescue and conservation and animals. Ranger Russ Miller from the Meigs Point Nature Center displays a snake skin as he discusses reptiles in Connecticut. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Source | Buy This Photo

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The Parmelee Farm in Killingworth hosted the A Place Called Hope Nature Fest Saturday July 13th. The free festival celebrated our planet, health and healing, art, rescue and conservation and animals. Ranger Russ Miller from the Meigs Point Nature Center holds a milk snake as he discusses reptiles in Connecticut. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Source | Buy This Photo

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The Parmelee Farm in Killingworth hosted the A Place Called Hope Nature Fest Saturday July 13th. The free festival celebrated our planet, health and healing, art, rescue and conservation and animals. Ranger Russ Miller from the Meigs Point Nature Center holds a black racer snake as Jackie Ceberek touches the snake with two fingers. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Source | Buy This Photo

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The Parmelee Farm in Killingworth hosted the A Place Called Hope Nature Fest Saturday July 13th. The free festival celebrated our planet, health and healing, art, rescue and conservation and animals. Patrons walk among the vendors at the festival. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Source | Buy This Photo

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The Parmelee Farm in Killingworth hosted the A Place Called Hope Nature Fest Saturday July 13th. The free festival celebrated our planet, health and healing, art, rescue and conservation and animals. Morgan Allen of Henna Designs by Morgan begins a design on four-year-old Shay Lally. Photo by Susan Lambert/The Source | Buy This Photo

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