Thousands of people enjoying 70-degree weather and blue skies were drawn to downtown on Saturday by 160 vendor booths including local businesses and restaurants and plenty of entertainment during Andover Day. CARL RUSSO PHOTOS.
Maggie McCabe, 5, right and her sisters Ella, 8, and Molly, 3, enjoy fried dough at Andover Day.
From left, Griffin Murray, 3, his sister Avery, 6, and their cousin, Matthew Donovan, 5, enjoy their tacos at Andover Day.
The Mercurio brothers, from left, Eric, 2, Jason, 4, and Steven, 6, play inside the Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Company stage coach at Andover Day.
Grady Wright, 2, dances to the music by Tramps Like Us, a Bruce Springsteen Tribute band while his mother, Nicole Wright and his sister, Kenda…
Jason Ballou, 5, uses a rowing simulation machine provided by the Essex Rowing Club to find out what rowing is all about at Andover Day.
Haylee Grobe, 3, wore her princess crown for the special day during Andover Day.
Sax player, Brian ''Bo'' Ognan performs with ''Tramps Like Us'', A Bruce Springsteen Tribute Band at Andover Day.
Sarah Fijnvandraat, 8, and her sister Anna, 11, serving authentic Thai cuisine from the family restaurant, One Thong Chai at Andover Day.
Tasmiah Ahmad, 17, left, and her cousin Andrea Yepez, 17, shop at Madox Clothing and Jewelry store during Andover Day. They are from Andover a…
Michael Dagher captures a video of his son, Damon, 5, coming down the Super Slide at Andover Day.
Evan Madigan, 9, shoots a cork at a cup at one of the festival games set up along upper Main Street. Photo by Dustin Luca
Amelia Chicoree, 6, smiles as she looks into the eyes of a corn snake held by Corey Kummel of Groveland-based Curious Creatures.
The Vocal Music Association's Show Choir rocks out for the crowd in front of the Main Stage at Elm Square.
A crowd gathers to watch the Vocal Music Association's Show Choir perform in front of the Main Stage at Elm Square.