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Echo Press photo by Celeste Beam Mark Kurtz entertained Carlos Creek Winery's Applefest attendees Saturday afternoon with his chain-sawing skills. Kurtz carved tree stumps into animals and other figures on the front law of the winery.

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Despite temperatures barely in the 30s, there were plenty of people who didn't let the frigid weather keep them from attending the second annual "Applefest" at Carlos Creek Winery on Saturday.

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According to Tami Bredeson, president of the winery, there were about 80 kids who participated in a pumpkin painting event.

"Considering we only had pumpkins for 100 painters, we were pleasantly surprised," she said.

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