Kids have their day at Peachfest

Kids had their turn as the stars of Peachfest on Sunday.

Starting with the annual Minuteman Press Kiddie’s Day Parade at 11:30 a.m., the few dozen kids in all of their costumes made their way down Main Street behind their fire engine escort.

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There were plenty of great and creative costumes, with a few standouts taking home prizes from the judges.

After the parade, the kids were greeted with performances by magicians Leif David at the Peter Bros. Main Stage.

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The Kids’ Day wrapped up the 2019 Peachfest, with the Jersey Boys closing out the five days of entertainment with the final performance.

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