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    Runners take off at the Wilton Blueberry Festival's 5K and 10K races Friday, Aug. 5. The races took runners across downtown Wilton.

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    Kylie Baldwin, 8, dances with her sister Jordyn, 2 at the Street Dance Party during the Wilton Blueberry Festival Friday, Aug. 5. Their mother, Tara said she was excited to bring her daughters to a festival she's been attending since she was a kid.

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    Maisy Jodrey, 4, smiles atop the Thomas Performing Arts Center's float during the Wilton Blueberry Festival Parade Saturday, Aug. 6.

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    Ben Whitt throws out candy to attendees at the Wilton Blueberry Festival Parade Saturday, Aug. 6. Whitt was walking with Inch by Inch, a preschool in Wilton.

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    A man squirts a water gun at attendees of the Wilton Blueberry Festival Parade Saturday, Aug. 6. Attendees appreciated the spray in the 90 degree Fahrenheit weather.

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    Leo Regas of Farmington slips down a water slide feet first Saturday afternoon, Aug. 6, at Kineowatha Park in Wilton. Two slides and several inflatable bounce houses were at the park for the Wilton Blueberry Festival.

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    Alexis Grover of North New Portland reacts after a trip down a water slide Saturday afternoon, Aug. 6, at Kineowatha Park in Wilton. Long lines of children eagerly awaited their turn on the hot afternoon during the Wilton Blueberry Festival.

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    Charlie Farmer of Farmington samples the frosting on a cupcake Saturday afternoon, Aug. 6, at Kineowatha Park in Wilton during the Blueberry Festival.

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    Dakota Laubenthal of Rumford has eyes only for a rabbit Saturday afternoon, Aug. 6, at Kineowatha Park in Wilton. Shady Lane Farms brought several animals to the park as part of the Blueberry Festival.

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    Owen Blakeman of Wilton reaches over younger brother Tucker Blakeman while trying to catch a ball with brother Graham Blakeman also going for it Saturday afternoon, Aug. 6, in Kineowatha Park in Wilton. Members of Blue Crew robotics team brought their robot to the park during the Wilton Blueberry Festival.

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    "Mr. Drew" Andrew Desjardins of Lewiston shows Madagascar cockroaches during a his show Saturday afternoon, Aug. 6, at Kineowatha Park in Wilton. The free animal show was part of Wilton Blueberry Festival.

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    Mr. Drew holds a female tarantula Saturday afternoon, Aug. 6, in Kineowatha Park in Wilton during the Blueberry Festival.

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    Mr. Drew of Lewiston holds a cane toad Saturday afternoon, Aug. 6, in Kineowatha Park in Wilton during the Blueberry Festival.

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    Fireworks light up the sky Saturday evening, Aug. 6, in Wilton. While many families gathered closer to Wilson Lake for the display during the Wilton Blueberry Festival, several parked near Lakeside Cemetery on U.S. Route 2.

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    Bright white with a blue backdrop makes up one of the fireworks seen Saturday evening, Aug. 6, during the Wilton Blueberry Festival.

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    Light bursts forth Saturday evening, Aug. 6, over Wilson Lake in Wilton. The fireworks display was part of the Blueberry Festival. Seen in the foreground are solar powered lights placed near graves in Lakeside Cemetery.

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    David Zamboni, pastor of Dryden Baptist Church speaks during an ecumenical service Sunday morning, Aug. 7, in Bass Park in Wilton. The service is the last Blueberry Festival event.

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