Parades, vendors and games
Families gather for fun at Hooksett Old Home Day
The Hooksett Hurricane cheerleaders walk the parade route during Saturday during Hooksett Old Home Day. (BENJAMIN C. KLEIN/Union Leader Correspondent)
Emily Bothwell of Hooksett proudly stood at the center of her booth, Creations By Emily, ready to sell some dozens of her creations.
Emily's mother, Alice Bothwell, was with her daughter, but said of the two, Emily is the more experienced saleswoman.Bothwell added that the idea for getting a booth at Old Home Day came from a neighbor who was impressed by Emily's work.
Michael Carpenter of Hooksett said it was good to catch up with old friends.
"It's fun for the whole family down here, usually there are lots of games and contests .... Fun for everyone," Jennings said.
Saundra Moser said she has lived in Hooksett for three years, but this year is the first year she decided to come to Old Home Day.
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