FEELING AT HOME
Siblings Dietrich Sabotaka, 6, and Brynn Sabotaka, 3, of Mason, pet a pig at the Old Home Day petting zoo.
Cindy Tibbetts, left, of Mason, Pauline Bergeron of Mason, and Susan Suokko of Ashby, Mass., check out the deals at the church yard sale at Old Home Day in Mason on Sunday.
Sophia Giaquinta of Concord takes a taste of some chocolate chip cookies for offer at Mason's Old Home Day.
Wyatt Pepin, 3, of Mason, takes a pony ride on a miniature horse at Mason's Old Home Day on Sunday.
Ava Saunders, 6, of Townsend, Mass., takes a visit to Mason, her father's hometown, on Sunday for Old Home Day, and makes a stop at the petting zoo to make friends with a chicken.
Residents enjoy the children's area, yard sales, and local artisans at Mason's Old Home Day on Sunday.
Joe Giaquinta and his daughter Lydia, of Concord, visit Mason's Old Home Day while visiting Lydia's grandparents.
Petting zoo goats nibble at some tasty leaves and bark on nearby trees.
Julianne Fowler, 3, of Mason, takes a pony ride at Mason's Old Home Day.
Aidan Parker, 8, of Mason, hangs out on a birch flag stand constructed by local Boy Scouts on display at the Boy Scout booth at Old Home Day on Sunday.
Dietrich Sabotaka, 6, of Mason, pets a pig during Old Home Day.
Siblings Brynn, 3, Tucker, 5, and Dietrich Sabotaka, 6, of Mason, enjoy the petting zoo.
Wyatt Pepin, 3, of Mason, takes a pny ride on a miniature horse at Mason's Old Home Day on Sunday.
MASON — Residents turned out on Sunday to browse booths of local artisans, listen to live music, explore a petting zoo and pony rides as well as a church yard sale and library book sale on Sunday during Mason’s Old Home Day.