PHOTOS and VIDEO: Family fun at Wayzata’s 43rd James J. Hill Days

Sophie Carle jumps on a trampoline Sept. 9 on Lake Street during Wayzata’s annual James J. Hill Days festival. Tens of thousands of people attended the 43rd installment of the popular weekend-long community event. (Sun Sailor staff photo by Jason Jenkins)
Dimitrios Giannakidis and Ann Parr visit the Depot Dog Park Sept. 9 during James J. Hill Days with their miniature dachshunds Holly and Pedro. (Sun Sailor staff photo by Jason Jenkins)
The Wayzata Rotary Charity Motorsports Show returned to Wayzata’s James J. Hill Days festival Sept. 10 for its ninth year. (Sun Sailor staff photo by Jason Jenkins)
The Ferris wheel was in a new location at this year’s James J. Hill Days festival in Wayzata: In the city’s lakeside parking lot near the Broadway Avenue docks. (Sun Sailor staff photo by Jason Jenkins)
Wayzata Boy Scout Troop 283 leader Joe Vochko helps 6-year-old Owen Monette take aim with a bow and arrow while playing a game Sept. 9 during Wayzata’s James J. Hill Days festival. (Sun Sailor staff photo by Jason Jenkins)
The Minnesota Disc Dog Competition, a new action-packed event for dog lovers, was introduced to the lineup of James J. Hill Days festivities Sept. 10 at Wayzata West Middle School. (Sun Sailor staff photo by Jason Jenkins)
Two dogs, Tonka and Woof, playfully wrestle Sept. 9 at the Depot Dog Park during Wayzata’s annual James J. Hill Days festival. (Sun Sailor staff photo by Jason Jenkins)
Golden Valley-based Key Log Rolling demonstrates to spectators the sport of log rolling Sept. 9 during the James J. Hill Days festival. Presented by the Greater Wayzata Area Chamber of Commerce, this year’s event included the return of festival favorites like the street market, a Saturday night fireworks show over Lake Minnetonka and a Sunday parade on Lake Street. (Sun Sailor staff photo by Jason Jenkins)