The 2nd annual Kids Day kicked off Saturday at the Al Quaal Recreation Area in Ishpeming.
Some activities ended earlier than others, but event staff say there was plenty for kids and their families to do together throughout the day.
"Wristbands were ten dollars and that included all the games that they wanted to play along with a ticket for a hot dog, chips and a drink. And, then we also had a 50-50 raffle and a bunch of baskets that you could buy raffle tickets for to win also." said event organizer Carrie Harvala.
Money raised from the event will go to two causes. First to the Special Olympics and second to the family of child Brody Etelamaki, who recently lost his battle with cancer.