Thousands of people from throughout Bucks County flooded Maple Avenue Saturday for Olde Langhorne Harvest Day.

Temptations lined the street, with fudge at one vendor and apples galore at another. Some adventurous children lined up for the costume parade, while others enjoyed dancing to the live music.

What is now a tradition, Langhorne Day began 14 years ago. It always falls on the last Saturday of October, pending weather.

State Rep. Frank Farry (R-142) walked up and down the street with his wife Christina and their 11-month-old. He said Harvest Day was going well and gave credit to the Langhorne Borough Business Association for investing the time to organize the event.

“They’re a very benevolent organization, giving money back to the community organizations and all. There are thousands and thousands of people here. More vendors than I’ve ever seen before.”

The LBBA also teamed up with Conwell Egan Catholic School. Together, they decorated pumpkins for children for free.

The First National Bank of Newtown served as the platinum sponsor for this year’s outing.