Children yelling, running and screaming with laughter. Huge smiles on everyones face. Parents watching this unfold, content in the celebration unfolding before them.
Sno-cones from the Falkner Football team and head coach Quess Hood. BBQ nachos Great looking artwork being sold to promote the Falkner Heritage Museum.
There was more than a little something for everyone, with music from a local DJ and a fireworks show to end the night.
“This is my first year so I really didn’t know what to expect,” Park director Ray Keenum told us. “But this is a bigger turnout than we expected.”
The turnout, with over 100 children enjoying water slides and bounce houses, was a great sign of the spirit of community Falkner is trying to build.
If the first year is any indication, that tradition is going to grow.