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The Seafair Pirates invade the Kent Cornucopia Days Parade on Sunday. - Rachel Ciampi/Reporter
The Seafair Pirates invade the Kent Cornucopia Days Parade on Sunday.
— image credit: Rachel Ciampi/Reporter

The 43rd annual Kent Cornucopia Days street fair and festival commanded downtown this past weekend.

South King County's oldest and largest festival featured a full-size carnival and street fair with more than 600 booths offering a variety of items, including tastes from more than 35 food booths.

Events included entertainment, beer garden, carnival with rides, Kent Youth Soccer Association Cornucopia Cup tournament, parade, skateboard tournament, dragon boat races at Lake Meridian Park and more.

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RACHEL CIAMPI SLIDESHOW:

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