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  • Wet and wild at Eagle Fun Days Parade

    Eagle Fun Days’ Wet and Wild Parade was twice as big as last year and the crowd — “Best turnout ever,” said Mike Ensch, of Outdoor Event Group who produced the event. The Beach Boys-themed parade featured a record 55 floats, more than half of which were in the “wet” section of the parade. Seasoned spectators came armed with squirt guns and tubs of water for refills as well as hoses, expecting to both give as well as receive. Saturday, July 9, 2016 in Eagle, Idaho.

Wet and wild at Eagle Fun Days Parade

Eagle Fun Days’ Wet and Wild Parade was twice as big as last year and the crowd — “Best turnout ever,” said Mike Ensch, of Outdoor Event Group who produced the event. The Beach Boys-themed parade featured a record 55 floats, more than half of which were in the “wet” section of the parade. Seasoned spectators came armed with squirt guns and tubs of water for refills as well as hoses, expecting to both give as well as receive. Saturday, July 9, 2016 in Eagle, Idaho.
Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com