THE WEEK IN PHOTOS: Adult Swim Carnival Tour, Tons of Trucks

Sunday, April 8, 2012 | 7:01 p.m. CDT

COLUMBIA — Images from various events around Columbia, including the Adult Swim Carnival Tour and Tons of Trucks, were some of the best photos by Missourian staff in the past week.

In this photo by Nick Agro, MU senior Adam Mikusch, dressed as the Easter Bunny, stands outside Reichmann Pavillion at Stephens Lake Park at the end of the Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt on Thursday. Mikusch attended as a part of his Parks, Recreation and Tourism class.

In this photo by Nick Agro, Dean Frazier attempts to climb across a loose rope ladder  Thursday during the Adult Swim Carnival Tour held in the parking lot of Shakespeare's Pizza. The free carnival featured free T-shirts, games and a concert by Band of Skulls.

In this photo by Parker Miles Blohm, Maddie Buchanan, Whitney Wipfler and Laura Pace look for dresses at Rock Bridge High School on Saturday. Prom Closet is a charity event that helps students find affordable dresses while donating money earned to Rainbow House.

In this photo by Timmy Huynh, Jerry Wong, 5, scoops up another egg at the Egg Hunt Eggstravaganza at Douglass Park on Saturday. Organizers grouped children of the same age together on the field to allow younger children a fairer opportunity to gather eggs.

In this photo by Katie Alaimo, children had the opportunity to climb and explore various trucks, tractors, municipal vehicles and buses at Wednesday's Tons of Trucks event at Cosmopolitan Park.

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