Hundreds of local residents attended the inaugural Festival at the Peak in downtown Bellefontaine Friday afternoon and evening.
The event, formerly associated with Honda Homecoming, has transitioned into a street festival with craft vendors, a pizza dough toss contest, entertainment, and a bike parade.
This year's bike parade was dedicated to longtime rider Keith Gildow by the Blue Knights (a group of retired and current law enforcement members).
Gildow, 57, passed away on Monday.
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Watch this year's bike parade.
A Garrison Flag Raising (pictured right) was performed at six p.m. with assistance from aerial fire trucks from Bellefontaine and Urbana.
Attendees had a chance to buy food, dance to music provided by DJ Steve Moore, and browse Honda Accord models from 1982 to present.
Members of Dance Fusion and Razz-M-Tazz put on demonstrations.
Listen to Nicole Cotterman, director of the Logan County Convention and Tourist Bureau, recap the first annual festival.