Posted: October 21, 2019 | Updated: October 21, 2019
Dulcimer construction is explained by Kirby and Lesa Carroll, who won the 2019 Hannibal Folklife Festival Best of Show award for their handmade dulcimers. Their prospective customer is Rick Turcotte of Mascoutah, Ill. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
Pies sold by the Hannibal First Church of the Nazarene won the Best of Food award at the folklife festival. Kelly LaForce sells streusel topped apple pies to George and Julie Hibberd of Delavan, Ill. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
Prize-winning pies are sold by members of the Hannibal First Church of the Nazarene, from left, Kelly LaForce, Tina Giles, Marcus Hudelson Jr., and Erin Hudelson. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
The second place artisans award went to 4 Hens and a Chick, a soap company owned by Cara Bowman, left, of Hannibal. She displayed one of her favorites, mint chocolate, as she is selling lemongrass soap to Pep Pfefferkorn.
Rag Tag band plays on Sunday at the folklife festival, prompting a few people to dance. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
While Rag Tag band played old-time music, Brandon Schmitt of Payson, Ill., danced with his baby son, Finn, on his back. BEV DARR/COURIER-POST
SJ Pottery owners Sue Skinner and Joseph Jostes, left, who won third place for artisans, are pictured with friends, Vincent DiPiero and Jennifer Teter of Quincy, Ill.
Timeless Corridor is playing at 5 p.m. Saturday as the folklife festival closes for the day.
Hannibal artist Bob Allen plays a flute at the folklife festival.
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Jennifer Farr of J Rae Pottery in Marshfield, Mo., won the President's Choice Award at the folklife festival.