PHOTOS: Greenville Old Home Day brings music, food and good times

Roman Morton, 1, of Jaffrey, pets a bunny at the petting zoo during Greenville Old Home Day on Saturday.

Roman Morton, 1, of Jaffrey, pets a bunny at the petting zoo during Greenville Old Home Day on Saturday. STAFF PHOTO BY ASHLEY SAARI—

Ready, the state Department Homeland Security and Emergency Management’s mascot for emergency preparedness, made a visit to Greenville Old Home Day.

Ready, the state Department Homeland Security and Emergency Management’s mascot for emergency preparedness, made a visit to Greenville Old Home Day.

Jackson Hebert, 2, of Greenville, got to pet chickens and rabbits at the petting zoo at Greenville Old Home Day on Saturday.

Jackson Hebert, 2, of Greenville, got to pet chickens and rabbits at the petting zoo at Greenville Old Home Day on Saturday. STAFF PHOTO BY ASHLEY SAARI—

Amelia Hebert, 8, and Olivia Hebert, 10, meet some chickens at the petting zoo during Greenville Old Home Day on Saturday.

Amelia Hebert, 8, and Olivia Hebert, 10, meet some chickens at the petting zoo during Greenville Old Home Day on Saturday.

LEFT: Julien Morton, 3, of Jaffrey, blows into a pinwheel given out at the Greenville Emergency Management table.

LEFT: Julien Morton, 3, of Jaffrey, blows into a pinwheel given out at the Greenville Emergency Management table.

ABOVE: Phoebe Jenks, 1, of Peterborough, enjoys a cookie from the baked goods sale during Greenville Old Home Day.

ABOVE: Phoebe Jenks, 1, of Peterborough, enjoys a cookie from the baked goods sale during Greenville Old Home Day.

The Greenville Old Home Band, made up of Mark Abere, Caelin Graber, Lois Francello and James Robinson, provides live music.

The Greenville Old Home Band, made up of Mark Abere, Caelin Graber, Lois Francello and James Robinson, provides live music. STAFF PHOTO BY ASHLEY SAARI—

Brenna Beauvais, 6, of Winchendon, makes a paper craft at Greenville Old Home Day.

Brenna Beauvais, 6, of Winchendon, makes a paper craft at Greenville Old Home Day. STAFF PHOTO BY ASHLEY SAARI—

Millie Jenks, 4, of Peterborough, gets a balloon for her wrist.

Millie Jenks, 4, of Peterborough, gets a balloon for her wrist. STAFF PHOTO BY ASHLEY SAARI—

Boxers Violet and Henry enjoy Greenville Old Home Day.

Boxers Violet and Henry enjoy Greenville Old Home Day. STAFF PHOTO BY ASHLEY SAARI—

Published: 09-01-2023 9:24 AM

Old Home Day in Greenville Saturday featured a live band, a picnic lunch, a petting zoo, crafts and lawn games for children.

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