Residents turn out for Hamburg Day


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  • Master Ken’s Xtreme Martial Arts Center of Wantage put on a series of board-breaking and related demonstrations. In September, the company will be moving to Hamburg’s Governor Haines Square on Route 23.




  • Kaitlyn Coppolella, 15, of Hardyston takes a “selfie” with a baby goat.




  • Running through a cloud of bubbles as the trackless train passes by in the background.




  • Hailey Munoz, 10, of Hardyston tries on a real live “chicken hat” at Hamburg Day 2014.




  • Hamburg photographer Ernest Duck spent part of the afternoon taking photos of a variety of small farm animals with a special focus on goats and chickens.



Hundreds of residents turned out for Hamburg Day 2014 last Sunday at the Hambrg Park and Recreation Fields on Gingerbread Castle Road.

The afternoon featured live music, a bubble man, juggler, pony rides, a trackless train, volleyball, face painting, and lot of baby animals for the kids to play with.

— Photos by Chris Wyman
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