Thank you to everyone, especially the Sumner Downtown Promotion Association, who made Rhubarb Days a great success in 2018. Enjoy both video and photos from the event, held August 4-5 in Downtown Sumner.
The Gordon Family YMCA had a “prize” wheel like no other that got kids doing push-ups on the Ryan House lawn.
Mini-Mabel made a visit from the Washington State Fair to teach kids how to milk a cow.
ACT1’s Dancing Farmers entertained up and down Main Street.
The 13th CSSB from JBLM brought out big vehicles to show to all ages.
Even the bingo game was vintage!
VanLierop’s Garden Market was full Saturday evening for Beer, Brats & Bingo.
Kids were a bit confused why adults were eating pie exactly the way they were told NOT to eat!
Last year’s winner of the adult pie-eating contest defended his title.
When it comes to vintage trailes, who can resist the invitation to come on in?
Vintage trailers have the right vibe for Sumner and rhubarb pie.
These ladies know how to decorate vintage trailers–and have fun at the same time.
Getting ready for the pie-eating contest!
The kids tried the Rhubarb Pie-Eating contest first. Pies & prizes sponsored by Sumner’s Fred Meyer.
And dream of one day driving a spider excavator
You don’t have to be a kid to want to check out the City’s Touch a Truck.
There was so much going on that way-finding signs helped guide the way–in a pot of rhubarb, of course.
The food court featured lots of options, including fresh stalks of rhubarb. Anyone try one plain?
Leroy Goff demonstrates how to make a Rhubarb Racer on the lawn of Ryan House.
Main Street began filling with people at 10 am on Saturday.