Annie and Mary 2017 

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Mark Larson
Members of the Samba na Chuva group had a good dance work out during the 50th annual Annie and Mary Parade in Blue Lake on Sunday, July 9.
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A contingent of "Ladies of the Lake" joined the 50th annual Annie and Mary Parade in Blue Lake on Sunday, July 9.
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Stephen Fisher, of Blue Lake, restored this 1957 BMW Isetta 300, which stood out because of its small size and unusual design, among other classic cars parked along Railroad Avenue participating in the 13th annual Bill Nssler Car Show and Cruise event. The event is a benefit fundraiser for Blue Lakes Parks and Recreation.
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Adelene and Ted Jones filled the role of Grand Marshals in the 50th annual Annie and Mary Day parade in Blue Lake on Sunday. They were joined in their convertible ride by their grandchildren.
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Members of the Samba na Chuva group, accompanied by drummers, a large puppet and stilt walker, a kinetic sculpture or two, and members of the Old Crows make their way toward the main parade route along Railroad Avenue during the 50th annual Annie and Mary Parade in Blue Lake on Sunday, July 9.
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River Christie, of Blue Lake, and her costumed pet goat offered a preview of the petting zoo during the 50th annual Annie and Mary Parade in Blue Lake on Sunday, July 9.
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Joan Schirle and Stephen Buescher (with his son Elias on scooter) of Dell'Arte International walked the parade route with their banner pole balanced (most of the time) on their heads in the 50th annual Annie and Mary Parade in Blue Lake on Sunday, July 9.
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Members of the Mad River Old Crows, a men's service group in Blue Lake, made their annual appearance in Sunday's 50th annual Annie and Mary Day Parade in Blue Lake.
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"Jessica Pow" (left) and "Jamie Bondage" from the "painted ladies" Rag Doll Revue tossed candy to the crowd at the 50th annual Annie and Mary Day Parade in Blue Lake.
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Alison Hong-Novotny, of Arcata, and her daughter Mia Lian enjoyed the flowers passed out along the parade route by staffers from the Blue Lake Casino.
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Bruce Johnson, of Westhaven, played guitar with The Timber Ridge Boys.
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Steve irwin, of Arcata,, played guitar with The Timber Ridge Boys.
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After the parade, the Humboldt Folklife Society's week-long musical festival got underway beginning with The Timber Ridge Boys. The Timber Ridge Boys are a talented group of musicians (including Steve Irwin (left) and Glen Nagy) who volunteer every Tuesday to play for the residents at the Timber Ridge Assisted Living facility. Several Timber Ridge residents attended the outdoor performance in the park.
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The afternoon of music ended with music by The Detours (Paul DeMark, of Eureka, on drums).
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The afternoon of music ended with music by The Detours (Rick Levin, of Blue Lake, on guitar).
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The afternoon of music ended with music by The Detours (Jake Wiegant (left), Ron Sharp and Rick Levin ).
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Jake Wiegant of The Detours tipped his hat in thanks to large crowd of music fans as the Humboldt folklife Festival closed its Sunday afternoon concert.
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Mark Larson
Members of the Samba na Chuva group had a good dance work out during the 50th annual Annie and Mary Parade in Blue Lake on Sunday, July 9.

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