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Children gather up as much candy as they can hold along the short parade route after people in the parade threw it to the ground in the 37th annual Swallow Festival in Ardenvoir Saturday. Along with the parade, adults and children could participate in various games throughout the afternoon.

Children gather up as much candy as they can hold along the short parade route after people in the parade threw it to the ground in the 37th annual Swallow Festival in Ardenvoir Saturday. Along with the parade, adults and children could participate in various games throughout the afternoon.

Laurie Rich, left, and Sheryl Lowe, both from Entiat, blow duck calls while riding a float with friends during the 37th annual Swallow Festival in Ardenvoir Saturday. Asked about how they came up with the theme, Laurie replied, “It probably happened over a couple glasses of wine.”

Laurie Rich, left, and Sheryl Lowe, both from Entiat, blow duck calls while riding a float with friends during the 37th annual Swallow Festival in Ardenvoir Saturday. Asked about how they came up with the theme, Laurie replied, “It probably happened over a couple glasses of wine.”

Looking for coins and the occasional dollar bill, youth search through wood shavings at the 37th annual Swallow Festival in Ardenvoir Saturday.

Looking for coins and the occasional dollar bill, youth search through wood shavings at the 37th annual Swallow Festival in Ardenvoir Saturday.

Rodney P. Firoved, Entiat Valley, is the Swallow King this year, after a friend signed his name up for March 19, the first day a swallow appeared in Ardenvoir area. Firoved wore the official crown.

Rodney P. Firoved, Entiat Valley, is the Swallow King this year, after a friend signed his name up for March 19, the first day a swallow appeared in Ardenvoir area. Firoved wore the official crown.

Candy is tossed from cars along the short parade route of the 37th annual Swallow Festival in Ardenvoir Saturday.

Candy is tossed from cars along the short parade route of the 37th annual Swallow Festival in Ardenvoir Saturday.