Janet Dias, 8, sails down an inflatable slide during Algona Family Fun Days in Machett Park last Saturday. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

Janet Dias, 8, sails down an inflatable slide during Algona Family Fun Days in Machett Park last Saturday. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

Algona Family Fun Days returns to the park

  • Thursday, August 9, 2018 1:44pm
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The community came togther for some music, food, entertainment and rides at Algona Family Fun Days in Machett Park last Friday and Saturday.

The event featured food booths, arts and crafts, games, dancing, magic acts, comedy, demonstrations and a Saturday parade on 1st Avenue.

The City of Algona and supporting sponsors presented the free event.


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Left, Janet Dias, 8, sails down an inflatable slide during Algona Family Fun Days in Machett Park last Saturday. Above, Danny Vernon as Elvis and The Daville’s perform a tribute to the music legend on stage.

Left, Janet Dias, 8, sails down an inflatable slide during Algona Family Fun Days in Machett Park last Saturday. Above, Danny Vernon as Elvis and The Daville’s perform a tribute to the music legend on stage.

Carrie Ching from Molina Healthcare has Trocen Cooper, 12, ride a stationary bike that makes a smoothie drink as Tristyn Crockett, 9, watches.

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Magician Maritess Zurbano shows a trick on stage. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

Magician Maritess Zurbano shows a trick on stage. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

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