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  • From left, Lisa Lemajeur and Emily Jerosz, both of Arlington Heights, compete in the pie-eating contest at the Arlington Heights Frontier Days on Saturday.

       From left, Lisa Lemajeur and Emily Jerosz, both of Arlington Heights, compete in the pie-eating contest at the Arlington Heights Frontier Days on Saturday.
    Dave Dvorak | Staff Photographer

  • Molly Kelly, of Palatine, attempts to navigate an obstacle course while wearing "drunk" goggles as Crime Prevention Officer Doug Hajek explains the problems with driving while intoxicated at Frontier Days in Arlington Heights on Saturday.

       Molly Kelly, of Palatine, attempts to navigate an obstacle course while wearing "drunk" goggles as Crime Prevention Officer Doug Hajek explains the problems with driving while intoxicated at Frontier Days in Arlington Heights on Saturday.
    Dave Dvorak | Staff Photographer

  • Kirk Swanson, of Arlington Heights, takes a moment to compose himself after the pie-eating contest at Frontier Days in Arlington Heights on Saturday.

       Kirk Swanson, of Arlington Heights, takes a moment to compose himself after the pie-eating contest at Frontier Days in Arlington Heights on Saturday.
    Dave Dvorak | Staff Photographer

  • Kara Kim, 5, of Arlington Heights, rides the fun slide at Frontier Days in Arlington Heights on Saturday.

       Kara Kim, 5, of Arlington Heights, rides the fun slide at Frontier Days in Arlington Heights on Saturday.
    Dave Dvorak | Staff Photographer

 

Festival fun continues Sunday at Frontier Days in Arlington Heights with entertainment, a pet parade, wheelchair basketball, water fights, a cake deorating contest, competitions, games and a carnival.

The festival opens at noon and ends at 10 p.m. at Recreation Park, 500 E. Miner St. American English performs at 7:30 p.m. The Arts & Crafts Marketplace is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. And shuttle buses run continuously from downtown Arlington Heights to the festival grounds. Admission is free.

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For information, go to www.frontierdays.org or call (847) 577-8572.

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