VIDEO: Tulips of the Valley make beautiful display

Good weather welcomed a steady flow of visitors to the annual flower festival

Tulip admirers and families flocked to the Tulips of the Valley flower festival this weekend to take photos, walk along the rows of flowers and enjoy other activities.

The annual event is on until April 29 with the possibility of an extension.

Go to tulipsofthevalley.com for dates and times.

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Rhoda Apolinar takes a group selfie while holding her son Jaeden at Tulips of the Valley Saturday. Front right is Archianne Sakolinsky; back row is Renzo (camera shy) and Darcy Apolinar.

Savannah Korman gets help balancing on a bike from her mother to pose for a photo at Tulips of the Valley on Saturday.

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