Chokecherry Festival celebrates 10 years
Pequot Lakes' 10th annual Chokecherry Festival brought hours of fun to Trailside Park Saturday, Aug. 5, courtesy of the Pequot Lakes-Breezy Point Lions Club.
Kids and adults alike participated in a cherry pit spitting contest and a backseat driver game, where a blindfolded driver navigated a lawnmower through the course as the person in the trailer behind yelled out directions.
Children won prizes at games like plinko, ring toss and fishing.
Other activities for the day included a chokecherry culinary contest, crafters and food vendors.