Shoppers packed Town Hall this weekend for the annual Harvest Festival. Upstairs and downstairs were filled with booths of gifts, food and raffles. A good start to the holiday shopping season for a lot of tourists and locals. Photo by Barbara Reese

Patricia Kilmer from the Twin Pines Auxiliary, which helps to support programs for the Youthful Offenders (YOP) Program at Twin Pines Ranch in Banning, sells gift items at Town Hall during the Harvest Festival Thanksgiving weekend. Photo by Barbara Reese

A quiet stroll through Quiet Creek Gallery’s Thanksgiving weekend sale brought in tourists and locals alike. Photo by Barbara Reese

Frank Bruynbroek held a book signing for his new book, “Compawssion: Portraits of Rescued Dogs,” a glossy hardcover book of 100 black-and-white photographs, at Café Aroma on Saturday afternoon. Photo by Jenny Kirchner

Casey Abrams performs “Nature Boy” with Marshall Hawkins and Paul Carman on Saturday night at Idyll Awhile. Photo by Halie Johnson

Artist Alexandria Taylor, left, shows off her unique art that has turned from paintings into shirts, candles, lip-gloss and more. The event was held at Artspresso on Saturday afternoon. Photo by Jenny Kirchner

A constituent of Mayor Max shares the Tree Lighting Ceremony program with a friend. Photo by Grace Reed