A few of the finest footage that you might have missed this weekend

Every weekend, Daily Herald photographers venture out to some of the region’s best local events. See some of the best pictures from our staff that you might have missed in the past

Laura O’Neill and “Frenzy” compete in the Ashley Whippet Invitational K-9 Frisbee World Championship Series at the Riverwalk Grand Pavilion in Naperville.

Mark black | Employee photographer

Andrew Han and his dog "Nalu" compete in the Ashley Whippet Invitational K-9 Frisbee World Championship Series at Naperville's Riverwalk Grand Pavilion.
Andrew Han and his dog “Nalu” compete in the Ashley Whippet Invitational K-9 Frisbee World Championship Series at the Riverwalk Grand Pavilion in Naperville.

Mark black | Employee photographer

Lauren Mayor of Naperville participated in the Naperville Jaycees' attempt to break the world record for most burpees.  With only 87 participants, the experiment fell far short of the more than 500 people required.
Lauren Mayoress of Naperville participated in the Naperville Jaycees’ attempt to break the world record for most burpees. With only 87 participants, the experiment fell far short of the more than 500 people required.

Mark black | Employee photographer

Matt Peyakovic of Libertyville carves a roast pig during the Taste and Music Festival of Serbia at St. Basil's Serbian Orthodox Church in Mettawa on Sunday.  The event included traditional Serbian food, drinks, entertainment and games.
Matt Peyakovic of Libertyville carves a roast pig during the Taste and Music Festival of Serbia at St. Basil’s Serbian Orthodox Church in Mettawa on Sunday. The event included traditional Serbian food, drinks, entertainment and games.

Gilbert R. Boucher II | Employee photographer

Marko Visnjevac, 10, of McHenry walks past the iconographies of the artist Drazen Dupor in the Serbian Orthodox Church of St. Basil in Mettawa on Sunday during the Taste and Music Festival of Serbia.  The event included traditional Serbian food, drinks, entertainment and games.
Marko Visnjevac, 10, of McHenry walks past the iconographies of the artist Drazen Dupor in the Serbian Orthodox Church of St. Basil in Mettawa on Sunday during the Taste and Music Festival of Serbia. The event included traditional Serbian food, drinks, entertainment and games.

Gilbert R. Boucher II | Employee photographer

Senior Hannah Speers twirls her Stevenson High School Marching Patriots paint-shielded rifle during Sunday's Buffalo Grove Days Parade along Bernard Drive.  Former band directors Jeff Slepak of Stevenson High School and Ed Jacobi of Buffalo Grove High School were co-grand marshals for the parade.
Senior Hannah Speers twirls her Stevenson High School Marching Patriots paint-shielded rifle during Sunday’s Buffalo Grove Days Parade along Bernard Drive. Former band directors Jeff Slepak of Stevenson High School and Ed Jacobi of Buffalo Grove High School were co-grand marshals for the parade.

Gilbert R. Boucher II | Employee photographer

Buffalo Grove resident Kim Miller holds son Brady, 2, as they clap for the Stevenson High School Marching Patriots during Sunday's Buffalo Grove Days Parade along Bernard Drive.  Former band directors Jeff Slepak of Stevenson High School and Ed Jacobi of Buffalo Grove High School were co-grand marshals for the parade.
Buffalo Grove resident Kim Miller holds son Brady, 2, as they clap for the Stevenson High School Marching Patriots during Sunday’s Buffalo Grove Days Parade along Bernard Drive. Former band directors Jeff Slepak of Stevenson High School and Ed Jacobi of Buffalo Grove High School were co-grand marshals for the parade.

Gilbert R. Boucher II | Employee photographer

Tim Beckmann, left, poses as a jellyfish as he strolls along Bernard Drive with the Buffalo Grove Park District during Sunday's Buffalo Grove Days Parade.  Former band directors Jeff Slepak of Stevenson High School and Ed Jacobi of Buffalo Grove High School were co-grand marshals for the parade.
Tim Beckmann, left, poses as a jellyfish as he strolls along Bernard Drive with the Buffalo Grove Park District during Sunday’s Buffalo Grove Days Parade. Former band directors Jeff Slepak of Stevenson High School and Ed Jacobi of Buffalo Grove High School were co-grand marshals for the parade.

Gilbert R. Boucher II | Employee photographer

Stephanie Hurt and her daughter Hailey, 6, from Hoffman Estates look at Papa Couture purses in the craft stands at the Schaumburg September Festival on Sunday.  The event included a carnival, craft fair, musical entertainment, and food.
Stephanie Hurt and her daughter Hailey, 6, from Hoffman Estates look at Papa Couture purses in the craft stands at the Schaumburg September Festival on Sunday. The event included a carnival, craft fair, musical entertainment, and food.

Gilbert R. Boucher II | Employee photographer

The sisters Sarah (6) and Sophia Pan (8) from Schaumburg scream when they ride the Wacky Worm during the Schaumburg September Festival on Sunday.  The event included a carnival, craft fair, musical entertainment, and food.
The sisters Sarah (6) and Sophia Pan (8) from Schaumburg scream when they ride the Wacky Worm during the Schaumburg September Festival on Sunday. The event included a carnival, craft fair, musical entertainment, and food.

Gilbert R. Boucher II | Employee photographer

Tom Schultz of Elk Grove with Kathleen and Ty Westbrook of Appleton, WI, jam during the opening day of the 40th annual Fox Valley Folk Music and Storytelling Festival in Geneva.
Tom Schultz of Elk Grove with Kathleen and Ty Westbrook of Appleton, WI, jam during the opening day of the 40th annual Fox Valley Folk Music and Storytelling Festival in Geneva.

Mark black | Employee photographer

Emma Davis, 4 from Medinah, makes her own music at the 40th Fox Valley Folk Music and Storytelling Festival, Sunday in Geneva
Emma Davis, 4 from Medinah, makes her own music at the 40th Fox Valley Folk Music and Storytelling Festival, Sunday in Geneva

Mark black | Employee photographer

Alyssa Ramsey from Chicago performs with the Chicago Songwriters Collective on the opening day of the 40th annual Fox Valley Folk Music and Storytelling Festival in Geneva.
Alyssa Ramsey from Chicago performs with the Chicago Songwriters Collective on the opening day of the 40th annual Fox Valley Folk Music and Storytelling Festival in Geneva.

Mark black | Employee photographer

Bob Radzak of Elmhurst looks inside a 1966 Lincoln Continental Saturday at a car show on the Martin family farm south of Elburn to help local business owner and village president Pat Hill, who is battling cancer.  Radzak had his own white 1966 Lincoln Continental on the show.  A 1964 Ford Thunderbird is reflected in the black paintwork.
Bob Radzak of Elmhurst looks inside a 1966 Lincoln Continental Saturday at a car show on the Martin family farm south of Elburn to help local business owner and village president Pat Hill, who is battling cancer. Radzak had his own white 1966 Lincoln Continental on the show. A 1964 Ford Thunderbird is reflected in the black paintwork.

John Starks | Employee photographer

Grandfather Rich Knueven von Roselle is riding the fun slide with his granddaughter Makynli Kusch, 4, from Lake in the Hills during Naperville's Last Fling Saturday.
Grandfather Rich Knueven von Roselle is riding the fun slide with his granddaughter Makynli Kusch, 4, from Lake in the Hills during Naperville’s Last Fling Saturday.

Paul Michna | Employee photographer

Henry Kunzer, 11, from Naperville, enjoys a slice of pizza at Naperville's Last Fling Saturday.
Henry Kunzer, 11, from Naperville, enjoys a slice of pizza at Naperville’s Last Fling Saturday.

Paul Michna | Employee photographer

Daniel Brazell, 11, of Naperville, swings his battle ax at his friend Jack Bell, 7, of Naperville, during Naperville's Last Fling Saturday.  The two boys let off some steam during the hot day.
Daniel Brazell, 11, of Naperville, swings his battle ax at his friend Jack Bell, 7, of Naperville, during Naperville’s Last Fling Saturday. The two boys let off some steam during the hot day.

Paul Michna | Employee photographer

From left to right, Mason Wojdakowski, 5, from Wauconda, his sister Brooke, 3, and their friend Alexa Niggemann, 4, also from Wauconda, try to guide their boat. "Pirate island" out of the slip during the 15-hour annual Labor Day Cardboard Boat Races at Lindy's Landing in Wauconda on Saturday.
From left to right, Mason Wojdakowski, 5, from Wauconda, his sister Brooke, 3, and their friend Alexa Niggemann, 4, also from Wauconda, try to get their boat “Pirate Island” out of the slip during the 15-hour annual Labor Day Cardboard boat race on Saturday at Lindy’s Landing in Wauconda.

Joe Lewnard | Employee photographer

Left to right, Brian Hart, 7, Lexi Rininger, 10, Johanna Hart, 8, and Thomas Thompson, 8, all from Volo Guide "Bus 55" back ashore during the 15 hour annual Labor Day Cardboard Boat Races at Lindy's Landing in Wauconda Saturday.
Left to right, Brian Hart, 7, Lexi Rininger, 10, Johanna Hart, 8, and Thomas Thompson, 8, all from Volo lead “Bus 55” back to shore during the 15-hour annual Labor Day Cardboard Boat Races at Lindy’s Landing in Wauconda Saturday.

Joe Lewnard | Employee photographer

Danny Lawitz, 6, of Wauconda, and his brother Andy, 11, splash in the water when their boat capsizes during the 15-hour annual Labor Day Cardboard Boat Race at Lindy's Landing in Wauconda on Saturday.  The boys made it back to shore safely.
Danny Lawitz, 6, of Wauconda, and his brother Andy, 11, splash in the water when their boat capsizes during the 15-hour annual Labor Day Cardboard Boat Race at Lindy’s Landing in Wauconda on Saturday. The boys made it back to shore safely.

Joe Lewnard | Employee photographer

Ty Person, 9, of Hoffman Estates, rides piggyback with the stuffed tiger he won in a carnival game during the Schaumburg September Festival on Saturday.
Ty Person, 9, of Hoffman Estates, rides piggyback with the stuffed tiger he won in a carnival game during the Schaumburg September Festival on Saturday.

Joe Lewnard | Employee photographer

Zoe Virola, 6, who recently moved from Schaumburg to Belvidere, is making a smoky exit from the fire brigade challenge during the Schaumburg September Festival Saturday.
Zoe Virola, 6, who recently moved from Schaumburg to Belvidere, is making a smoky exit from the fire service challenge during the Schaumburg September Festival Saturday.

Joe Lewnard | Employee photographer

Friends Auriella Tilbury, 4, from Schaumburg and Drew Lopez from South Elgin enjoy a ride during Septemberfest Saturday in Schaumburg.
Friends Auriella Tilbury, 4, from Schaumburg and Drew Lopez from South Elgin enjoy a ride during Septemberfest Saturday in Schaumburg.

Joe Lewnard | Employee photographer

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