Hanover residents and businesses enjoyed the borough's history and heritage as part of Saturday's 32nd annual Hanover Dutch Festival, known as Dutch Days.

Vendors sold homemade dog treats and baked bones, handmade soap and bath products, hand-dyed clothing and artisan grilled cheese, among other things.

This year's festival also featured a car show and plenty of food and drinks throughout Hanover's Center Square.

Katy King, marketing and public relations director for the Hanover Area Chamber of Commerce's festival, said earlier this month that the event had lined up some new vendors for this year's event.

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