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Los Alamos County’s annual Festival, Fair and Rodeo weekend winds down today with final rodeo activities at 1 p.m. at Brewer Arena.
Since early Friday evening, community members and visitors have been treated to music, a parade, crafts, games, food, rodeo events and a variety of vendor information and activities.
Chamisa Elementary School student Megan Armstrong, 11, was born in Los Alamos and attended Saturday’s parade.
“I’ve pretty much attended the parades my whole life,” said Armstrong while lunching with her family at a picnic table at Ashley Pond. “I especially like watching the animals go by. I also like hanging around the fair and watching the bubble thing.”
Los Alamos High School sophomore Kirsten Schofield, 15, participated in the parade through the high school marching band for the second year in a row.
“It’s really fun,” she said. “You get to meet a lot of different people.”
The County’s Public Information Office hosted an informational booth at Ashley Pond. The booth was stocked with information and renderings depicting the county’s current economic development projects.
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