HERSEY — Hersey's annual Heritage Days offered a variety of activities throughout the weekend which offered classic family entertainment.

The Hersey United Methodist Church provided an array of carnival games such as corn hole, an obstacle course and fish pond to please people of all ages. Children traded in tickets for prizes.

Ada resident Samantha Inman attended the church's event with her children Molly and Clay, both 6. The trio were visiting family in the area.

"It's fun and we've been here before," Inman said. "It's a lot of fun for the kids. I like the small-town community feel."

Along the street, vendors sold their wares and attendees viewed classic cars. Shoppers browsed a selection of rummage sale items within the Hersey Congregational Church.

Saturday featured the parade, a highlight of the weekend, which traveled down Main Street and featured local first responders, organizations and companies. Parade participants tossed candy to waving children and Dynamite the Clown greeted everyone as he walked by.