For many years, the Barnard Picnic has been an annual staple for the community and surrounding area.
This year was no exception, as young and old gathered for a full day of festivities and games.
Many volunteers helped put on the event that drew hundreds from the area.
The day began with a mud volleyball tournament, something that is relatively new to the Picnic, but growing in popularity. Last year there were only seven teams, that number grew to 17 for the 2012 event.
A baby show gave proud parents a chance to show off their little ones.
The youngsters also had a wide range of carnival games to play throughout the day.
Bull bingo was another popular event. A grid was painted on the ground inside a square pen, and a participants bought a square in hopes the bull would leave a prize on their spot.
There was a hot dog eating contests for several age groups, along with a chalk and buddle festival.
During the evening picnic, the Maryville Dance Academy and the Mic-O-Say Dancers provided entertainment.
The Lil' Mr. and Miss contest was held at night, followed by a street dance on Main Street. The Midnight Playboys played for the dance.