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Marble Day 2013

A constant misty rain and cool temperatures didn't keep a small crowd from enjoying the activities at the seventh annual Marble Day.

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Ava Bredwell of Shawnee, who won the best bicycle entry in the wacky parade, rides ...

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Drivers in the Tractor Cruise, which took part in Marble Day's Wacky Parade this year, ...

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Members of the Bonner Springs Elementary School choir, dressed from participating in the Wacky Parade, ...

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Bonner Springs Mayor Jeff Harrington, grand marshal of the Wacky Parade, hands out awards for ...

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Jeff Harrington (right) stands with Sophie Bowman, winner of the "wackiest walker" award.

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Katie Davis, 5, of Edwardsville, tries to blow a small bubble through the bubble wands ...

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Members of the Tricks of the Light show, from the Kansas City Renaissance Festival, perform ...

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A member of the Tricks of the Light show performs a fire dance on Oak ...

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A member of the Tricks of the Light show performs a trick with a flaming ...

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Sadie Schroepfer of Shawnee watches after shooting her yellow marble during the Marble Day marble ...

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Rhiannon Carmack and her daughter, Victoria Carmack, 3, stand bundled up as they watch events ...

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Saige White, 4, of Bonner Springs, sticks her tongue out in concentration as she rides ...

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Bruce Breslow of Moon Marble stands for a photo with the marble tournament winners (from ...

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Erin Alvers tries out a Chinese yo-yo with the help of Ryan Bradburn of the ...

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Mayor Jeff Harrington counts down to the release of the Pinky Balls on Oak Street.

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Pinky balls drop from the bed of a truck at Marble Day 2013. About 1,000 ...

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The crowd takes to the street, many heading up the street to "help" the pinky ...

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Even Pooz, attending Marble Day with his owner, Crystal McCleary of Kansas City, Kan., did ...

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