Tia Ekle, 4, plays with her bubble gun during Kirkland’s Summerfest Aug. 11. Megan Campbell/staff photo

Summerfest treats with live music, food, vendors

As the smoke started to dissipate Friday afternoon, crowds began to enter Marina Park for Kirkland’s downtown annual event, Summerfest.

The event began Fridayfrom 3-11 p.m. at Marina Park and Park Lane. Residents enjoyed entertainment, such as live music, a beer and wine garden, food and vendors.

Festivities continued Saturday and Sunday.

The annual event, in its sixth year, is put on by the Kirkland Downtown Association.

Mason Myung, 5, blows bubbles during Kirkland’s Summerfest Aug. 11. Megan Campbell/staff photo

Mason Myung, 5, blows bubbles during Kirkland’s Summerfest Aug. 11. Megan Campbell/staff photo

Mason Myung, 5, blows bubbles during Kirkland’s Summerfest Aug. 11. Megan Campbell/staff photo

Mason Myung, 5, blows bubbles during Kirkland’s Summerfest Aug. 11. Megan Campbell/staff photo

Mason Myung, 5, blows bubbles during Kirkland’s Summerfest Aug. 11. Megan Campbell/staff photo

Mason Myung, 5, blows bubbles during Kirkland’s Summerfest Aug. 11. Megan Campbell/staff photo

Mason Myung, 5, blows bubbles during Kirkland’s Summerfest Aug. 11. Megan Campbell/staff photo

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