On June 30, organizers in Niles, Ohio, hosted the first Harry Stevens Hot Dog Day in something like 30 years. Stevens lived in Niles during the time he’s credited with inventing the hot dog (not the meat itself, but the idea of putting wieners in buns to make for easier eating). After he died, his family deeded land he owned to the city, and it’s now Stevens Park. The June 30 event drew quite a crowd for a big parade (doubling as the Fourth of July parade), which featured the Oscar Meyer Wienermobile. This tractor and trailer were all decked out for the occasion!