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RALPH WILSON / Sun-Gazette Correspondent Sounds of splashing, laughter and music filled the air at the first annual River Fest in Montgomery on Saturday. A collaboration between the Parks & Rec District, Rich Port Adventure Co., and TK Tackle has drawn people across the area to connect with the Susquehanna River and take advantage of the community park. The event included a youth kayaking clinic, Little Miss Riverfest Pageant, food and craft vendors, and live music.

RALPH WILSON / Sun-Gazette Correspondent Sounds of splashing, laughter and music filled the air at the first annual River Fest in Montgomery on Saturday. A collaboration between the Parks & Rec District, Rich Port Adventure Co., and TK Tackle has drawn people across the area to connect with the Susquehanna River and take advantage of the community park. The event included a youth kayaking clinic, Little Miss Riverfest Pageant, food and craft vendors, and live music. Shown here, Joshua Farley of Montgomery enjoying the last few bites of a funnel cake.

RALPH WILSON / Sun-Gazette Correspondent Sounds of splashing, laughter and music filled the air at the first annual River Fest in Montgomery on Saturday. A collaboration between the Parks & Rec District, Rich Port Adventure Co., and TK Tackle has drawn people across the area to connect with the Susquehanna River and take advantage of the community park. The event included a youth kayaking clinic, Little Miss Riverfest Pageant, food and craft vendors, and live music. Shown here, Madison Pfleegor, left, gets help from Cali Harold to fix her tiara.

RALPH WILSON / Sun-Gazette Correspondent Sounds of splashing, laughter and music filled the air at the first annual River Fest in Montgomery on Saturday. A collaboration between the Parks & Rec District, Rich Port Adventure Co., and TK Tackle has drawn people across the area to connect with the Susquehanna River and take advantage of the community park. The event included a youth kayaking clinic, Little Miss Riverfest Pageant, food and craft vendors, and live music. Shown here Kris Hazen has demonstrated her skills as a glass artist.

Sounds of splashing, laughter and music filled the air at the first annual River Fest in Montgomery. The collaboration between the Parks & Rec District, Rich Port Adventure Co., and TK Tackle has drawn people across the area to connect with the Susquehanna River and take advantage of the community park. The event included a youth kayaking clinic, Little Miss Riverfest Pageant, food and craft vendors, and live music.

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