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Maple Leaf Festival 2013

A cool morning didn't stop a horde of visitors from descending on Baldwin City to attend the opening day of the Maple Leaf Festival. By midday, the lines at popular food booths, such as Kappa Sigma turkey leg stand, stretched 30 to 40 feet, and craft vendors were reporting brisk business.

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Festival-goers fill Eighth Street at about 1 p.m. Saturday at the Maple Leaf Festival.

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Baldwin Junior High School cheerleaders perform a routine at the corner of Sixth and High ...

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Baker University President Pat Long waves to the crowd during the Maple Leaf Festival Parade.

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Five-year-old Audrey Searl of Baldwin City finishes a hotdog at the festival.

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Baldwin City Fire Chief Allen Craig leads the Maple Leaf Festival Parade down High Street.

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Janet Seematter and Connie Carr of Manhattan look over the crafted sea shell items available ...

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Four-year-old Kai Forshee of Olathe feeds sheep today at the petting zoo in the Maple ...

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Johna Herrera of Topeka tastes some of the jellies for sale at a booth in ...

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Baker University Kappa Sigma alum Aaron Hollingshead of Blue Springs, Mo., kneels to pick up ...

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With his face painted, 4-year-old Connor Noble of Leavenworth enjoys a Toby's Amusement ride Sunday ...

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Patrica Foubert of Lawrence waits for a ride with the yard art she bought Sunday ...

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Three-year old Alexandra Miner and her sister Amelia enjoy cookies Sunday at the festival.

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With money in hand, Wendy Dees of Wellsville reaches for a necklace Sunday at a ...

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With money in hand, Wendy Dees of Wellsville reaches for a necklace Sunday at a ...

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Maple Leaf Festival vendor Vei Li holds mirror for Peggy Vausbinder of Lawrence so that ...

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At a stop of one Maple Leaf Festival vendors, 4-year-old Cade Lyman, Olathe, moves a ...

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