A young girl, decked out in her balloon flower hat, awaits the start of the children’s parade.
Mother and son, Cierra and Landen Bolton send a ball down the tunnel at the CMOO activity area.
Dan the Snake Man holds his alligator for guests to feel.
The Army band Avalanche performs on the main stage.
The fireworks were a big hit again this year.
Musical pipes with a sandal provides hands on musical fun for children.
Frances Enwright (at right) reportedly was the oldest person marching in the children’s parade all the way from Breitbeck Park to West Park. She will soon celebrate her 90th birthday.
Homemade hula hoops provide endless fun for these young girls.
Shineman Robotics tent allows children to collect balls using robots.
Chlarissia Crast of Fulton holds a framed copy of her award-winning artwork that was used for Harborfest 2015. At left is Chena Tucker, president of the Harborfest Board of Directors.
Sgt. Krysta Waters sings the National Anthem at opening ceremonies.
They were on their feet and dancing during Harborfest Weekend.
Children work together to build a tunnel to roll a ball down at the CMOO activity area of Harborfest.
Participants in the children’s parade came in all sizes.
Children were able to enjoy a variety of activities such as building blocks.