This last weekend, the 38th annual Dayton Days was celebrated and this community does it up right. There was something for everyone.
Events kicked off with the “Cow Pie Classic” golf tournament on Friday. Saturday began with a one mile trail run, followed by the all time favorite Dayton Days Parade. Hundreds lined Main cheering on the 26 floats.
Parade Chairman Bob Alley tells us what Dayton Days is all about.
Once the parade was finished, the crowds headed on over to the Scott Bicentennial Park where music, food, games, a volleyball and horseshoe tournament, plus a duck race were going on.
Dee Dee Champlin has attended Dayton Days faithfully for the past 10 years and says it's always a great time catch up.
For Ko Ko Knudtson, Dayton Days has become a family tradition.
This was Sarah Forbes first Dayton Days. She moved to Dayton from the State of New York and finds Dayton refreshing.
Dayton was incorporated in 1906.