As in the past, the Grace Church Peach Festival and Carillon Concert drew a diverse crowd Sunday of participants who enjoyed both the dessert food and the music.
Cleveland Avenue was closed for the event to allow listeners to line up.
Those who looked up could see the bell tower with the gargoyle rainspouts on each corner.
All praise to the Pittis family that donated the carillon and The Rev. Carolyn Eklund , who perpetuates and publicizes the Pittis family's contribution to Plainfield. Many of us appreciate its unique aspect of life in the Queen City.