A large group of people gathered at the court square in Dresden on Thursday, May 2, to paint rocks and have a rock hunt, as past of the Iris Festival festivities.
Attendees where able to paint rocks any way they wanted, with the most creative rocks winning special prizes. All rocks that were painted were then hidden for the rock hunt, which had children racing around the court house to find as many rocks that they could. Some of the rocks were specially marked, which gave the finder prizes.
(See complete story in the May 8th issue of the Dresden Enterprise.)