Treehouses, horses, vintage cars and 1,000 rubber ducks drew people from around the Eastside to Fall City for the 48th annual Fall City Day festival.
Hundreds came out to Fall City for the parades, activities and vendors on display all day. The festival also featured live music by the Tacoma-based blues band, T-Town Aces.
Pete and Judy Nelson, founders of Nelson Treehouse and Supply as well as the popular Animal Planet TV show Treehouse Masters, were the Grand Marshals of the event and participated as judges for the parade awards.
The annual Duck Derby brought festival attendees down to the beach along the Snoqualmie River to watch as the rubber ducks raced downstream. By purchasing a duck, attendees had a chance to win prizes. The ducks, each labeled with a number, raced downstream to a volunteer who determined the winners. All proceeds were donated to Fall City Elementary School.