APPLETON - An event to help families fly gave children wings in Appleton Saturday.
Hundreds gathered in City Park for the fifth annual Butterfly Festival.
The event brought hundreds of families together for a day of activities, games, music - and of course, butterflies.
The children helped organizers release more than 500 butterflies at the end of the festival.
Organizers said the event is more popular than ever.
"Our first year we had about 300 people come and we raised $10 thousand. This year, we're expecting about 1,600 people, and we're close to raising about $50 thousand," said event chair Susanne Lumsden.
The event raises money for the Parent Connection.
It's a Family Services program dedicated to preventing child abuse.
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