Parade watchers enjoyed a rain-free and "peachful" parade during Saturday's events of the 42nd annual Lewiston Kiwanis Peach Festival.
The three-hour march made its way before onlookers lining the parade route through the streets of the quaint village.
Meanwhile festival organizers were happy for a dry Saturday. Rainfall late last week forced crews to spread sawdust atop the mud and muck of the festival's staging area, Artpark.
An officer with the state Parks Police estimated attendance for Friday and Saturday at 15,000.
As for this year's peach crop -- "good," said Louise K. Schildauer of Sanger Farms in Youngstown. She said, the crop got hit with a hailstorm on Aug. 28, which spelled ruin for the pears and claimed "a fair portion" of the peaches.
The festival winds down today with a full array of activities, culminating with the Peach Queen finals at 8 p.m.