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Mascots, games and more at TRF Children's Fest

Don the Mastodon, center, the mascot for IPFW, gives a girl a hug during an appearance by mascots and characters Friday at the Three Rivers Festival Children's Fest at IPFW. The event continues 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday at IPFW. (By Kevin Kilbane of The News-Sentinel)
Don the Mastodon, center, the mascot for IPFW, gives a girl a hug during an appearance by mascots and characters Friday at the Three Rivers Festival Children's Fest at IPFW. The event continues 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday at IPFW. (By Kevin Kilbane of The News-Sentinel)
Chloe Van Ryn, right, of Canlan Ice Sports and SportONE/Parkview Icehouse helps a girl at the rink's hockey shot booth Friday at the Three Rivers Festival's Children's Fest at IPFW. Children could enjoy games, crafts and more at the event, which continues Saturday. (By Kevin Kilbane of The News-Sentinel)
Chloe Van Ryn, right, of Canlan Ice Sports and SportONE/Parkview Icehouse helps a girl at the rink's hockey shot booth Friday at the Three Rivers Festival's Children's Fest at IPFW. Children could enjoy games, crafts and more at the event, which continues Saturday. (By Kevin Kilbane of The News-Sentinel)
Children enjoy driving around the Peg Perego Riding Track at the Three Rivers Festival's Children's Festival on Friday at IPFW. Youngsters also could enjoy crafts, games, entertainment and more during the event, which continues 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday. (By Kevin Kilbane of The News-Sentinel)
Children enjoy driving around the Peg Perego Riding Track at the Three Rivers Festival's Children's Festival on Friday at IPFW. Youngsters also could enjoy crafts, games, entertainment and more during the event, which continues 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday. (By Kevin Kilbane of The News-Sentinel)
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The fun continues Saturday on the IPFW campus.

Friday, July 14, 2017 12:40 pm

Partly cloudy skies and the promise of lots of fun drew a large crowd Friday to the first day of the Three Rivers Festival's Children's Fest at IPFW, 2101 Coliseum Blvd. E.

Numerous organizations and business serving children and families set up booths in the plaza bounded by the Science Building, Neff Hall and the Liberal Arts Building on the southwest side of the Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne campus.

Activities offered were scheduled to include crafts, games, rides, storytelling, live entertainment and a visit by characters such as local mascots Don the Mastodon from IPFW, Spotz the dalmatian from the Fort Wayne Fire Department and Ryder the dog from local public television station WFWA, PBS-39.

The fun continues until 4 p.m. today and resumes 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday. Admission is free.

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