2017 St. Michael Daze & Knights Festival

Halloween came early for eager children attending this year’s St. Michael Daze & Knights Festival, as evidenced here by enthusiastic candy receivers. St. Michael’s B & D Plumbing came armed with buckets of goods for parade attendees. More from the festival is inside this issue. (Photo by Aaron Brom) The St. Michael American Legion marches in step, leading the Daze & Knights parade. The Legion was well-received by the saluting, cheering crowd. Marching Knight tuba players are right on step as they perform during the parade.
St. Michael Mayor Kevin Kasel greets friends along the parade route as he cruises in a classic 70s convertible.
The St. Michael-Albertville Marching Knights always have the honor of leading their hometown parade, and they did not disappoint, as a welcoming audience cheered their arrival. And some marchers are dressed as a pink gorilla in a tutu ... just another day at the Daze & Knights parade.
The Albertville Lions Club Lion has a roaring good time entertaining children and adults alike.
The St. Michael Fire and Rescue Department loves to break out its classic early model fire engine.
An inflatable dinosaur greets children at the carnival awaiting a fun ride.
Many activities were available in the carnival area, including the ancient practice of henna painting.
Hey mom I’m flying! This inflatable enthusiast shows off his airborne skills.
A nice lineup of classic cars is available for display at the Daze & Knights Festival. Proud car owners were all too willing to tell visitors about their rides. This 1923 Ford Model T Bucket Roadster impresses car enthusiasts during the classic car show.
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Halloween came early for eager children attending this year’s St. Michael Daze & Knights Festival, as evidenced here by enthusiastic candy receivers. St. Michael’s B & D Plumbing came armed with buckets of goods for parade attendees. More from the festival is inside this issue. (Photo by Aaron Brom)