Plenty of pig noses in the Phillips Old Home Days parade
PHILLIPS - Rain held off and a good-sized crowd turned out for the 200 years and Still Hog Wild parade theme Friday night celebrating the Phillips bicentennial this year. The parade is just one event of many held during the Phillips Old Home Days held this week. Many more events will be held Saturday and Sunday. See the full schedule of events here.
A good-sized crowd arrives for the Old Home Days parade Friday night on Main Street in Phillips.
The American Legion Color Guard leads the parade on Main Street.
Plenty of antique and classic cars rode along in the Old Home Days parade in Phillips.
The Kora Temple Shriners ride down Main Street during the Old Home Days parade Friday Night. Many more activities are scheduled for this weekend.
Belly Dance mobile was a big it in the Old Home Days Parade on Friday in Phillips.
Where the Wild Things Are, an entry by 5K Pizza in Phillips.
The Roderick family's giant pig rides down Main Street celebrating the theme 200 Years and Still Hog Wild.
The Girl Scouts of American are celebrating 100 years in Phillips with the hog wild theme.
Phillips Library Hog Wild Oh! The Stories entry in pink splendor march in the Old Home Days Parade in Phillips Friday evening. Many more events going on Saturday and Sunday.