Some intent visitors even braved the rain Friday night to watch the play, "Reflections in the Spring," at the Mammoth Spring State Park Pavillion.
Though arts and craft booths were not as plentiful as they might have been without the rain, shops along Main Street opened their doors and set up tables on the boardwalk.
Between the wild gunplay, other events went on that included a quilt show full of many vibrant colors and an antique tractor show. Local artist displayed paintings and photos at Simmons Bank, as well.
Kids and adults alike enjoyed destroying an old Ford Taurus in a car bash sponsored by Bears Against Drugs (B.A.D.). Some people were seen carrying off small pieces of the car as souvenirs.
An antique car show was also held at the Mammoth Spring State Park with many old, unique cars that came from miles around to show off their chrome and wheels.
Look in next week's issue for more pictures of the events at Solemn Old Judge Days.