Camari Diegan, 10, and Simon Fraser, 9, hold snakes at the reptile exhibit as Nicholas Warner, 15, looks on.
Camari Diegan, 10, of Niles, said he enjoyed the reptile exhibit Sunday at Harry Stevens Hot Dog Day put on by Avenue and Main.
Simon Fraser of Niles holds a snake at Harry Stevens Hot Dog Day in Niles. Avenue and Main organized the events, which included a Fourth of July Parade, hot dog eating contest and weiner dog race.
Olivia Borodziuk, 10, said she loves snakes and was excited they were at the Harry Stevens Hot Dog Day festival, there aren't many places around that will let you hold a snake, she said.
Nathan Nix, 8, said this turtle at the Harry Stevens Hot Dog Day festival showed an affinity for him.
Sally Nicholas paints Addison Brown's face Sunday at Harry Stevens Hot Dog Day.
Samantha Hahn, 9, enjoys a hot dog at
Harry Stevens Hot Dog Day in Niles.
Logan Wagner, 14
George Kaniclides, safety director in Niles, flips hot dogs Sunday at the
Harry Stevens Hot Dog Day festival with Mark Kraieg, with Avenue and Main.
Marissa Simon makes cones at Brusters ice cream stand Sunday in Niles.
Brenna McNerney, 4 (and a half) years old Sunday at the
Harry Stevens Hot Dog Day
Axel, a longhaired dachshund, and the winner of the costume contest at
Harry Stevens Hot Dog Day, with Jessica Barker.
Gizmo and Kalli Zickefoose after the dog costume contest at the
Harry Stevens Hot Dog Day festival.
Axel and Jessica Barker
Tinkerbell gets a snack before the dachshund races Sunday from William Campbell.
Latunia Campbell urge Tinkerbell on in the dachshund race.