Saturday was the 25th annual Story Days, a day jam packed with sidewalk vendors and activities for all ages. Cars had to give way to pedestrian traffic as both sides of the main thoroughfare in Story was parked full.
Pam Willis was there, displaying her wood carving. She didn't mind all the traffic; it's great for business.
Activities began on Friday with a dutch oven cook-off. A pancake breakfast started off the day on Saturday, followed by a parade. Quilts and artwork were on display plus music for all tastes was played throughout the weekend.
There was something for everyone. Lisa Lunbeck was out enjoying the day. Her husband's family homesteaded in Story and she says Story Days is all about great fun and good friends.
Even the library got in the swing of things giving away books. There were a variety of games including a horseshoe and Frisbee tournament plus mutton bustin' and chicken roping for the younger crowd. Sunday topped off the silver anniversary of Story Days with a worship service in the park.