Churubusco Public Library’s Fine Arts Festival was held Saturday morning prior to the evening’s ’Busco Block Party in downtown Churubusco. There were 22 art vendors — nearly double last year’s 12.
Debra Parish, left, and Sharon Eminger, of the Churubusco Church of the Nazarene, work a booth for the church.
First grader Edyn Morris designs her own crown at King Reality’s booth.
Churubusco Lions Club members greet visitors at the ’Busco Block Party. From left are Herb Gaff, Tom Bice, Norm Decker, Carol Resler and Donna Jones.
Carter Van Houten takes a whack at the high striker game hosted by Ottoki Martial Arts.
Dan Serafini, owner of Ottoki Martial Arts, holds a board while Ashlyn Van Houten breaks it with her elbow during the block party.
Caiden Fulk plays a game of Plinko.
Alexander Fletcher laughs after he threw a plate of whipped cream in someone’s face — a fundraiser for the Churubusco Chamber of Commerce during the block party.
Dean Geiger, Smith-Green Community Schools board president, smiles with a face full of whipped cream. Geiger was one of several local “celebrities” who participated in the Churubusco Chamber’s fundraiser.
Silas Leitch holds a snake, one of many unique animals featured at the ’Busco Block Party, hosted Saturday in downtown Churubusco. The annual event included music, food and fun for all.
Icelle Leitch pets an alligator, which was brought in by Indiana Wild, along with several other unique animals, such as a large bullfrog and reptiles.
Blane, Cambri and Amira Wilson enjoy nachos and cheese while listening to music at the ’Busco Block Party.