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PHOTO GALLERY: 2013 Three Rivers Festival

From the return of the Raft Race to the delicious food at Food Alley, The News-Sentinel staff will be out and about capturing the Three Rivers Festival fun. Check out this photo gallery to recap the good time in Fort Wayne.

Will you be out enjoying the festival fun? Want to share your good time with the rest of the Fort Wayne community? Share your photo on our Facebook wall or tweet at us with the #nsTRF hashtag and your photo could be included in our photo gallery!

Runners on Parade participants head down Main Street before the Lutheran Health Network Parade on Saturday morning. The run preceded the Fort Wayne Newspapers Three Rivers Festival Parade. (Photo taken 7-13-13)
Tracey Graham of Hoagland hugs Admiral Andy as he walks by in the Lutheran Health Network Three Rivers Festival Parade Saturday, July 13. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough)
Texas Roadhouse employees were handing out promotional items and goodies to children watching the Lutheran Health Network Three Rivers Festival Parade Saturday, July 13. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough)
Shawn Devooght sold toys from a mobile cart during the Lutheran Health Network Three Rivers Festival Parade Saturday, July 13. For being the first year at the festival, Devooght said people were very receptive and excited for the mobile vendors. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough)
Nkinava Acoff, 14-years-old, bought a purple inflated monkey from Event Toys vendor Shawn Devooght. This was the first year for the mobile vendor in the Lutheran Health Network Three Rivers Festival Parade on July 13. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough)
Post your photo of the Three Rivers Festival fun on our wall and it could be included in our online gallery!
Jules Tankel, member of Pyroscope, performs fire stunts at the House4aHouse event Friday, July 12. Pyroscope is a group of individuals who love the flow arts and have dedicated their talented to entertaining. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough)
At House4aHouse block party, the participants were supplied with beach balls and glow sticks. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough)
Nick Shifley, member of Pyroscope, is a fire breather that performed at House4aHouse (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough)
Offensive tackle Anthony Castonzo and guard Donald Thomas signed posters and T-shirts for fans Friday. Nicole Wilson of Fort Wayne was first in line to meet the players at the Colts Fan Fest at the Fort Wayne Newspapers Three Rivers Festival. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough of The News-Sentinel)
Skyler Langan, 10 and a Colts fan, enjoyed the interactive inflatables by throwing a football at a picture of a Colts player. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough of The News-Sentinel)
A giant, blow-up Indianapolis Colts player stands at the corner on Clinton and Superior streets to welcome fans. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough of The News-Sentinel)
Indianapolis Colts cheerleaders give autographs and meet fans at the Fan Fest. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough of The News-Sentinel)
Deb and Rick Stoeckley, of Fort Wayne, pose with their dogs Rusty and Sam. The family has been attending the Picture Your Pet event at the Three Rivers Festival since Sam was a puppy, which was about 10-years-ago. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough)
Olivia York, holding Oliver, and Nevada Mastin, holding Lilly, wait outside the Lakeside Park Pavilion for the Picture Your Pet event hosted by Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough)
Peggy Bender, education and outreach specialist at Animal Care and Control, works with Jim McKinley of McKinley Photography for the Picture Your Pet event. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough)
Two dogs pose for the annual Picture You Pet event for the Three Rivers Festival. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough)
Mick Clements of Bounty Hunter Hat Company speaks with Susan, Duane and Zane Bisig about the custom-made hats. A typical hat from Clements costs about $50, but the additional leather band for the base of the hat can cost about the same. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough)
A group of people participate in a free Wine & Canvas session as part of the Art in the Park at the Three Rivers Festival in downtown Fort Wayne. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough)
Kim Corya paints her first canvas piece of art at the Art in the Park as part of the Three Rivers Festival. The session, put on by Wine & Canvas, was free to participants. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough)
Multicolored pottery was for sale amid jewelry, woodcrafts and other items Sunday at Art in the Park on Main Street and in Freimann Square. (Photo taken 7-14-13)
Susan Rumage, of Fort Wayne, looks at wood sealant, which is a protective polish for the handmade wood kitchen utensils at the Kitchenware by Dickinson Furniture booth at the Arts in the Park at Freimann Square as part of the Three Rivers Festival. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough)
People try to keep cool amid the humid weather Sunday afternoon at Art in the Park in Freimann Square. (Photo taken 7-14-13)
Troy and Steve Panning throw cornhole bags in Fort Wayne Newspaper's Cornhole Classic at the Three Rivers Festival. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough)
Troy and Steve Panning throw cornhole bags in Fort Wayne Newspaper's Cornhole Classic at the Three Rivers Festival. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough)
The boards for the Cornhole Classic were made by men in the Kelley House programs. The men made 20 boards in two months. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough)
Madison Aschliman, an artist at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art's Chalk Walk at the Fort Wayne Newspapers Three Rivers Festival and junior at Snider High School, created her sidewalk art freehand, without a previous sketch. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough of The News-Sentinel)
Madison Aschliman, an artist at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art's Chalk Walk at the Fort Wayne Newspapers Three Rivers Festival and junior at Snider High School, based her design upon the movie "Rise of the Guardians". (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough of The News-Sentinel)
Madison Aschliman, an artist at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art's Chalk Walk at the Fort Wayne Newspapers Three Rivers Festival and junior at Snider High School, took her first chalk art class seven years ago. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough of The News-Sentinel)
To keep the chalk design fresh, and unharmed, Aschliman learned a trick - to use hairspray to keep the chalk in place. (Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough of The News-Sentinel)
Madison Aschliman, an artist at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art's Chalk Walk at the Fort Wayne Newspapers Three Rivers Festival and junior at Snider High School, shows off her finished chalk art. Aschliman won 2nd Place in the People's Choice category.
An almost 3-D effect earned Ferguson Advertising an award in the weekend Chalk Walk contest on Main Street during the Fort Wayne Newspapers Three Rivers Festival. (Photo taken 7-14-13)
Miss Three Rivers Festival Pre-teen, Kennedy Barry! Photo submitted by Ben Smaltz.
Miss Three Rivers Outstanding Teen Megan Smaltz! Photo submitted by Ben Smaltz.
Miss Three Rivers Festival Taylor Knox. Photo submitted by Ben Smaltz.
People wait for the Fort Wayne Newspapers Three Rivers Festival Parade. Photo submitted by Shanon Mullinix.
Members of Team Cody for the C. Cody Mitro Foundation. Photo submitted by Christine Weirauch.
Walkers in the Fort Wayne Newspapers Three Rivers Festival Parade hold a Waiter on the Way sign. Photo submitted by Christina Newton.
Olivia Strait performs at the "Shooting STARs!" talent competition Monday. She placed third. Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough of The News-Sentinel
A four-person panel of judges decided the winners of the "Shooting STARs!" talent competitionbased on three factors: performance, skill and impression. Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough of The News-Sentinel
A young performer celebrates a job well done at the Fort Wayne Newspaper's Three Rivers Festival event "Shooting STARs" at Headwaters Park. Photo by Jaclyn Goldsborough of The News-Sentinel
Team Shake N Bake at the at the Fort Wayne Newspapers Three Rivers Festiavl Bed Race. Photo submitted by Shanon Mullinix.
Members of a raft launch water balloons at spectators Saturday afternoon at the Fort Wayne Newspapers Three Rivers Festival Raft Race. Photo by Matthew Glowicki of The News-Sentinel
More than 60 rafts entered the St. Marys River Saturday afternoon as part of the Fort Wayne Newspapers Three Rivers Festival Raft Race. Photo by Matthew Glowicki of The News-Sentinel
More than 60 rafts entered the St. Marys River Saturday afternoon as part of the Fort Wayne Newspapers Three Rivers Festival Raft Race. Photo by Matthew Glowicki of The News-Sentinel
A Viking-style raft makes it way down the St. Marys River Saturday afternoon as part of the Fort Wayne Newspapers Three Rivers Festival Raft Race. Photo by Matthew Glowicki of The News-Sentinel
A raft preaching a message of peace makes it way down the St. Marys River Saturday afternoon as part of the Fort Wayne Newspapers Three Rivers Festival Raft Race. Photo by Matthew Glowicki of The News-Sentinel
A rafter greets race watchers Saturday afternoon at Fort Wayne Newspapers Three Rivers Festival Raft Race. Photo by Matthew Glowicki of The News-Sentinel.
The SS Hope She Makes It! floats down the St. Marys River Saturday at Fort Wayne Newspapers Three Rivers Festival Raft Race. Photo by Matthew Glowicki of The News-Sentinel
A 1962 Plymouth Fury sits on display at the Lawton Park Car show Saturday afternoon. It was just one of many vintage cars at the Fort Wayne Newspapers Three Rivers Festival event.  Liberty Cruisers Car Club. Photo by Matthew Glowicki of The News-Sentinel
A 1962 Chevy Impala SS sits on display at the Lawton Park Car show Saturday afternoon. It was just one of many vintage cars at the Fort Wayne Newspapers Three Rivers Festival event. Photo by Matthew Glowicki of The News-Sentinel.
A 1972 Ford Maverick sits on display at the Lawton Park Car show Saturday afternoon. It was just one of many vintage cars at the Fort Wayne Newspapers Three Rivers Festival event. Photo by Matthew Glowicki of The News-Sentinel.
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