Lone Rock sees first Family Fun Fair to fill gap between Memorial Day, Fourth of July

Photo contributed by Jen Hurley

Lone Rock saw its first Family Fun Fair this past weekend, with the idea behind the traditional carnival to bring fun attractions to the village in June, between events the village holds for Memorial Day and the Fourth of July.

Event Organizer AJ Christanson said at the June 8 village board meeting the event, which featured carnival games, rides and food from Mr. Ed’s Magical Midway, saw about 1,600 people across three days.

Pictured, Lexi Cook-Hurley, 12, left, and Remy Hurley, 7, right go for a joy ride at the Lone Rock Family Fun Fair that was in town from June 3-5.