The boy scout troupe lead the way for the opening of the Reyes Adobe Days parade.
The Yerba Buena kids danced their way down Reyes Adobe Rd.
Students from Lindero Canyon Middle School, pull the school’s mascot.
Adoptable dogs represented the Agoura Hills Animal Shelter.
The Reign of Terror brigade properly spooked the local folks.
The Agoura High School display won the Mayor’s award.
The traditional RAD sign welcomes visitors to the festival.
City Council members Illece Buckley Weber, mayor pro tem, Harry Schwarz, Denis Weber and Mayor Bill Koehler, greet the audience on the park lawn.
Mayor Bill Koehler, left, and Grand Marshal, Cinco Paul, pose with a visiting minion.
Butch Harman, featured artist, creates his “Fairly OddParents” characters for fans at the adobe. He asked for $10 donations to go to the Agoura High School Theater program.
Hartman drew characters from his “Fairly OddParents” for thrilled fan Mia Rose Pascal, 9.
Butch Hartman’s daughter, Carly, designs her own jewelry line, Cora Wear.
Young festival-goers enjoy animated shows in the tented theater.
On the main stage, Hartman creates a drawing for lucky audience member, Isabelle.
Cinco Paul told CV Happening that he is “thrilled to be here” at Reyes Adobe Days.
The petting zoo is always a popular attraction at the festival.
Owls from the non-profit Wings of Discovery outreach program delighted festival-goers.
Staff members from the city’s community services/parks & recreation get a photo op with a minion. From left to right Jacob Broyles, community services coordinator, Donna Conlin, recreation manager, Anna Garcia and Taylor Snow.
Kids took part in the rancho activities featured throughout the park.
The little ones particularly enjoyed the water-based activities.
The roving red train-trolley was as popular as ever.