Reese Boehme enjoys the view from the shoulders of his father, Chris, as they take in the Lagrange Street Festival, which started last night.
The festival continues from noon to 11 p.m. today and noon to 7 p.m. tomorrow.
Slug: CTY polishfest07p Date: 07/07/06 The Blade/Tim M. Gruber Location: Toledo, OH Caption: Cousins Kenny Coleman, 7, left and Devon Jude, 6, of Toledo enjoys some nachos and cheese at the Lagrange Street Polish Festival in Toledo on Friday night. People taking in the festival can enjoy games, polka bands, dance contests, and a variety of craft and food vendors featuring pierogies, kielbasa, and delicious Polish pastries such as paczki and chrusciki through Sunday. Summary: Lagrange Street Polish Festival, which runs through Sunday.
Zach Zychowicz and his brother, Nicke, from left at left, try to draw customers to the Stanley's Market booth at the festival while cousins Kenny Coleman and Devon Jude, from left at left, sample the wares of another vendor.
Dan and Dottie Wozniak polka at the festival.
Dan, who owns a barber shop on Lagrange, and Dottie are former polka-dancing champions at the fest and are in charge of this year's dance contest.
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