Flag football, kids parade kick off Mancos Days 2018

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Flag football, kids parade kick off Mancos Days 2018

Volleyball tournament, car show on tap for Saturday
A young cowgirl struts down Grand Avenue as part of the Kids Parade.
The winner from the floats and trailers category in the Kids Parade, called “A Little Piece of Kids Heaven,” and created with help from Victoria Lewis.
A group of kids waits to hear “Go” before a watermelon-eating contest.
Kids on horseback made up the third section of the Kids Parade, along with the floats and trailers and the individual category.
A group of kids lines the curb in wait of the Kids Parade. They have front-row seats and are hoping to get some candy that’s likely to be thrown.
One of the stands at Mancos Days in Boyle Park holds some interesting artwork and trinkets.
Schedule

Mancos Days schedule for Saturday and Sunday:
Saturday, July 29:6:30 a.m.: Pancake breakfast (P&D)
6:45: Fun Run registration (Community Center)
7:30 a.m.: Fun Run starts
7:30 a.m.: Softball tournament continues from Friday night
9 a.m.: Cornhole registration
9 a.m.: Parade registration & lineup
9 a.m.: Volleyball starts
10 a.m.: Parade starts
10 a.m.: Horseshoe tournament registration
11 a.m.: Cornhole tournament starts
11 a.m.: Horseshoe tournament starts
11 a.m. 3 p.m.: Library book sale
11:30 a.m.: Classic Car show (Grand Ave)
11:30 a.m.: Queen’s Luncheon (Pavilion)
1 p.m.: Queen’s Quilt winner announced
1-4 p.m.: Adult and kids games
2-3 p.m.: Four Corners Square Dancers
2-6 p.m.: Disc golf (Cottonwood Park)
3 p.m.: Parade winner announced
3 p.m.: Fretless Fiddler & Company
6 p.m.: Pete Giuliani
7:30 p.m.: Heather Odom
Sunday, July 30
7:30 a.m.: Softball continues9 a.m.: Sunday church services (Pavilion) and pancake breakfast
9 a.m.: Robbins Family Ranch Kids Rodeo (Robbins Arena)
12 p.m.: Cattleman’s Ranch Rodeo (

Flag football, kids parade kick off Mancos Days 2018

A young cowgirl struts down Grand Avenue as part of the Kids Parade.
The winner from the floats and trailers category in the Kids Parade, called “A Little Piece of Kids Heaven,” and created with help from Victoria Lewis.
A group of kids waits to hear “Go” before a watermelon-eating contest.
Kids on horseback made up the third section of the Kids Parade, along with the floats and trailers and the individual category.
A group of kids lines the curb in wait of the Kids Parade. They have front-row seats and are hoping to get some candy that’s likely to be thrown.
One of the stands at Mancos Days in Boyle Park holds some interesting artwork and trinkets.