Nineteen-month-old Braxton Smith took a break from his practice runs in the power wheels derby held during the Brookville Laurel Festival.

Three-year-old Brayden Park was one of many young drivers competing in the kiddie tractor pull during the Laurel Festival. Brayden finished hi…

Colby Harmon was all smiles after winning his first heat in the Laurel 500 car race. He went on to claim the first-place trophy for the car ra…

Laurel Queen Chanda Scott presented trophies to the winners of the car division in the Laurel 500. Colby Harmon (center) claimed the first pla…

Winners in the truck race at the Laurel 500 received their trophies from Laurel Queen Chanda Scott Tuesday night. Winners were Aiden Fyock, th…

Fireworks covered the sky above Brookville to finish the festival Saturday night. 

The line for Denny and Pearls got so long it stretched down past two more food stands. 

The roller derby girls get together to play a game of life size Hungry Hungry Hippos for some friendly competition. 

Kids line up to race their wooden cars in the Laurel 500 Race down Pickering Street. 

The hot dog eating contest drew a large crowd to the middle of Main Street where the winner, JR Dobson, ate 10 and a half hot dogs.

"Darn She Fine" pushed team mate "Jersey Turn Spike" on her rolling board as they fight to gather the most balls in the life sized Hungry Hung…

Terry Wolfe from Brookville has his 1976 Chevrolet Truck hood popped open to show the engine inside. 

Jerry Miller from Brookville entered his 2008 Ford Mustang with a sign showing that it is number 16 of only 100 built. 

The Brookville Volunteer Fire Department puts in their old style fire truck into the car show. 

Main Street is packed with cars and people as they walk through to see all the cars in the Laurel Festival Car Show.

Lindberg Furniture of Brookville entered an Aubrey Boat Tail Speedster from the year 1935. 

Anthony Segelson is the first to come around the bend of Redbank Creek towards the finish line with Ethan and Teresa Segelson following behind…

Alayna Carrier waves to the floats as they go past in the Laurel Festival Parade. 

Colby Harmon plays in the confetti let loose at the end of the Laurel Festival Parade. 

Alyssa Melton waves her flags around that she got from the Laurel festival Parade. 

Caylor Greeley Electric have a float filled with light bulbs go through the Laurel Festival Parade

The Shriners ride their tricycles in looping paths down Main Street for the Laurel Festival Parade. 

The young members of the Stars Drill Team get into position to preform their dance for the Laurel Festival Parade. 

The Stars Drill Team launch one of the members into the air as part of their finale to their dance routine.

One of the younger groups for the Stars Drill Team lift one of their girls into the air with the help of one of their coaches. 

The Young Democrats group walk in the parade handing out little American flags to spectators sitting along Main Street. 

A group of bikes ride through the Laurel Festival Parade to bring attention to bike safety on the road. 

Kaleb Thompson gets a set of beads for himself and his sister who was dancing in the Laurel Festival Parade. 

Kids scramble to gather the candy thrown to them from the floats during the Laurel Festival Parade.

Barber Trucking fills their whole truck bed with people to ride through the Laurel Festival Parade with them. 

Bagpipers play their way down Main Street for the Laurel Festival Parade.

Laurel Court members Tylyn Fink and Kayla McHenry wave to everyone attending the parade as they ride down Main Street. 

The WRC float shows off the design of the United States flag as they wheel their way through the Laurel Festival Parade. 

The Brookville Marching Band makes its way down Main Street for the parade. 

DuBois Friendship volunteer fire company goes up against the Corsica volunteer fire company in the battle of the barrels for hometown hero day…

Kaiben Smith and Mike Clark from the Corsica volunteer fire company take aim with a water hose as they fight to move the barrel across the wire. 

The Belle Tones perform on the stage in the town square during the Brookville Area Laurel Festival.

The Belle Tones perform on the stage in the town square during the Brookville Laurel Festival.

Matt Agosti (left) and Hunter Richardson (right) from one of the DuBois Friendship volunteer fire company teams take control of the hose to ai…

(left to right) Dylan Greeley, Garrett Davie, and Jim Zitzelberger from Pine Creek Volunteer Fire Company charge ahead as their round of battl…

Maggie Shaffer winds up for a candy throw off an old fire truck put into the Laurel Festival Parade by the Brookville Fireman’s Club. Riding a…

Smokey Bear and Emily Gow hang out before the start of the Laurel Festival Parade.

Cash and Chase (from left) Smith have buckets of candy during the Laurel Festival Parade. Behind them are their parents Matt and Jessi.

Looking ahead for future candy opportunities are 5-year-old twin brothers (from left) Nelson and Maddox Wimer and their 3-year-old brother Hayden.

Shayna Bonfardine plays the Mellophone during the Laurel Festival Parade.

Nolan Strouse, front, and Oliver Butcher hand out candy for Buff’s Ice Cream during the Laurel Festival Parade.

Vance (left) and Camilla Burtner of Brookville are ready for a big haul of candy at Saturday's Laurel Festival Parade.

State Representative Cris Dush throws candy as he walks along Main Street during the Laurel Festival Parade.

Brookville FOE Eagles Club 983 float won for most original at the Brookville Laurel Festival parade Saturday. Brookville Christian Missionary …

Ethan Lauer of Brookville takes a big bite of pizza on Saturday at the Laurel Festival Parade.

Fireworks above North Fork Creek in Brookville at around 10 p.m. last Saturday as part of the Laurel Festival. Rain almost spoiled the evening…

Jefferson County Fair Queen Sadie Plyler (left) is joined by Elena Plyler at the Laurel Festival Parade.

Landy Dishong shows off his candy collection at the Laurel Festival Parade.

Maddox Lindemuth and his grandmother Lisa Ross anxiously await the arrival of candy at their feet during the Laurel Festival Parade.

Oliver Butcher hands out goodies, compliments of Buff's Ice Cream, at the Laurel Festival Parade.

Tom Kilkenny of Silver Springs, Florida, makes thousands of wooden cars and trucks in his workshop. The cars and trucks have been given to man…

Ten cars left the starting gate in the Laurel 500 Tuesday night. After several heats, three winners were named in both the car and truck races…

Dancing to music by the band “Buckshot” is Kathy and Bob Lilja of Dagus Mines, Pa., in Elk County. The band performed in the town squae as par…

These children take some time to play in the foam created by a bubble machine Monday night at the Brookville Laurel Festival. Monday night saw…

Laurel Festival Court members Elizabeth Wingard, Tylyn Fink, and Queen Chandra Scott try out the water gun painting in the WRC plaza during Ar…

Laurel Festival Court (left to right) Tylyn Fink, Queen Chandra Scott, and Elizabeth Wingard make some brightly colored goo at the WRC plaza d…

Bruce Sykes makes some bubbles with the bubble rods that appear at every Art in the Park event. 

Laurel Festival Court members Elizabeth Wingard, Tylyn Fink, and Queen Chandra Scott try out the water gun painting in the WRC plaza during Art Day. 

Crystal draws some pictures to go with the rest of the chalk drawings done during Art Day. 

Ansley and Brynn Blake stir up some colorful goo at one of the WRC tables during Art in the Park last year.

Riley Harmon gets her hands a little messy as she pulls her sparkly goo from her mixing bowl at the WRC stands. 

Leven Waugh uses a squirt gun to paint a picture at the WRC plaza during Art in the Park. 

Abby and Isaac McGurk stop to paint some pictures the traditional way with paint brushes at Art in the Park. 

Cooper Kiehl works on coloring the sections of his shirt at the tye dye station of Art in the Park. 

The Well Strung Trio is the first group to kick off the music at Art Day of the Laurel Festival. 

Chandler Strawcutter paints in the pop art style at his stand during Art in the Park. 

Local author Andrea Zug holds a book signing of her five published works that feature local people as characters. Her most recent book “Lancer…

Two -year-old Waylon Long asks if it’s okay before he puts a pie in the face of Elizabeth Wingard of the Laurel Festival Court.

Laurel Festival Court member Tylyn Fink tries to lick some of the whip cream off of her face after getting a pie in the face. 

Sidney walks her two "pets" Trixie and Olivia through the Laurel Festival pet parade. 

The winners of the Laurel Festival pet parade are (left to right) Ally and her dog Cloe for most unique, Julie and her dog Sheba for best of s…

John and Brayden walk their dog Punkin together through the pet parade at the Laurel Festival.

Ally walks her colorful dog Chloe around the pet parade in her matching mermaid dress. 

Jackie has her dog Rhodi Ola sit for the judges to see, he was awarded the award for largest pet in the parade. 

Olivia gets Chomper the Chinchilla to appear after collecting ‘magic’ from the rest of the kids watching the Rock and Roll Pet Shop show.

Reagan Caine decides to sit down right in the bubbles from the bubble machine at family night on Monday. 

Coltyn Becker and Silas Ohler decide to just sit down and chill as the bubbles pile up around them on Main Street. 

Children pile all around the bubble machine sponsored by Hoak Insurance during family night at Laurel Festival. 

Kids pile around the bubble machine during family night at Brookville Laurel Festival.

Kids sprinkle magic into the bowl at the Rock and Roll Pet Shop show to help make the next animal appear. 

Kids sprinkle magic into the bowl at the Rock and Roll Pet Shop show to help make the next animal appear. 

Kids were covered after playing at the bubble machine sponsored by Hoak Insurance during Monday evening's family night. 

Amelia Walters gets down into the bubbles spreading through the street to play with them. 

Cecil the dog makes his way through all the bubbles from the bubble machine at family night on Monday. 

Bubble sponsored by Hoak Insurance took over Main Street Monday evening during family night. 

From left to right, Baelyn Stewart, Brylee Stewart, Kilee Furl and Alison Esposito paint rocks at the Rockin Out Brookville stand. This groups…

Part of Main Street is used to play Pickle Ball.

Part of Main Street is used as a giant ping pong court. 

Cullin Mathers winds up to throw a been bag at the reverse dunk tank. 

Marilyn Rubino has water dumped on her from the reverse dunk tank.

The Pine Creek K-9 Unit sponsored a pet parade at the Brookville Laurel Festival last week.

Games during the Brookville Laurel Festival included this live version of Hungry, Hungry Hippo on Main Street.

These children take some time to play in the foam created by a bubble machine Monday night at the Brookville Laurel Festival. Monday night saw…

Kids pile around the bubble machine during family night at Brookville Laurel Festival.

Ten cars leave the starting gate in the Laurel 500. Denny Bartley (right) made the starting gate for the race, which was held on Pickering Street.

The hot dog eating contest drew a large crowd to the middle of Main Street where the winner, JR Dobson, ate 10 and a half hot dogs.

The winners of the 2018 Laurel Festival pet parade are (from left) Ally and her dog Cloe for most unique, Julie and her dog Sheba for best of …

Olivia gets Chomper the Chinchilla to appear after collecting ‘magic’ from the rest of the kids watching the Rock and Roll Pet Shop show.

The roller derby girls get together to play a game of life size Hungry Hungry Hippos for some friendly competition.

Braxton Smith took a break from his practice runs in the power wheels derby held during the Brookville Laurel Festival.

Main Street is packed with cars and people as they walk through to see all the cars in the Laurel Festival Car Show.