Campbell Marshall of Huntingburg, 3, enjoyed her ice cream — and hardly noticing folks passing by — as her cousin Grace Meece, 12, of Huntingburg, stood with her dog, Ollie Pop, during the stationary parade Saturday at the Mosquito Fest in Zoar. Heather Rousseau/The Herald Heather Rousseau/The Herald
Grace Jarboe of Jasper, 9, helped her mom, Bridgette, take down flags from the Republican Party float at the end of the stationary parade in Zoar during the Mosquito Fest on Saturday. Heather Rousseau/The Herald
John Hemmer chatted with his father, Ralph, the grand marshal of Zoar’s stationary parade, during the fest on Saturday. John restored his father’s 1949 Crosley station wagon for the parade. Heather Rousseau/The Herald
Mark Gentry of Folsomville carded sheep's wool to prepare it for spinning, with onlookers, Jacob Schneider of Holland, 9, front right, Kelly Evans, 8, back left, Brynn Collett, 8, and Allison Taylor, 7, all of Huntingburg, during Mosquito Fest in Zoar on Saturday. Carding is a process that straightens out the fibers and cleans the wool. Heather Rousseau/The Herald
Fred Webster of Bicknell smiled as he watched the kids play from his inflatable toy booth during Mosquito Fest in Zoar on Saturday. "This is just what I do on weekends to get away and spend time with the kids," said Webster. Heather Rousseau/The Herald
Emersyn Perty, 7, left, raced Carter Kemper, 10, both of Holland, as Rhegan Fetter, 20, helped her cousin and fellow Hunginburg resident Tucker Ferguson, 6, into a potato sack during children’s games at the Zoar Mosquito Fest on Saturday.
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Corey Goeppner of Velpin, 9, left, Shane Jones of Westfield, 15, and Noah Russell of Pikeville, 12, hung out at the back of the Lockhart Township Volunteer Fire Department's firetruck in the stationary parade during Mosquito Fest in Zoar on Saturday. The boys passed out freeze pops to people passing by. Heather Rousseau/The Herald