Irrigation Festival ends today; Sequim shows its colors during gala parade Saturday [Photo Gallery]
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All photos by Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News
Supporters of Sequim community radio station KSQM-FM ride on their station's float.
Vanessa Fuller, administrative services and volunteer coordinator of the Dungeness River Audubon Center in Sequim, creates bubbles while dressed in a bird suit during Saturday's Grand Parade.
James McFarlane, dressed as a giant banana, collects bananas from a wagon to be given to parade-goers as part of the Bananas Child Care Center parade entry.
A bird mascot representing Sequim's sister city of Shiso, Hyogo, Japan, rides in the back of a convertable automobile down the parade route.
Debbie Warren of Bremerton and her dog, Buddy, sit bundled against a chilly west wind that persisted through the first part of the Grand Parade.
Roby Coulson, 8, left, blows bubbles while Kori Miller, 9, licks cotton candy from her fingers as the pair, both of Sequim, sit at the curb along the parade route of Saturday's Irrigation Festival Grand Parade.
Lilly Peterson, 9, of Sequim, right, shows delight as members of the Chimacum High School Marching Band makes their way down Washington Street.
Lori Ridgeway waves through a stream of bubbles from the back of the Clallam County Master Gardeners float.
IN THE PHOTO at right, Sequim Irrigation Festival royalty, Princesses Judi Villella and Kaylee Ditlefsen, Queen Katey Tapia (in white) and Princess Kristina Holtrop, from left, preside over the festival from their float during the Grand Parade on Saturday.
The parade featured nearly 120 entries for the 119th annual festival. The royalty float was driven by Guy Eldredge.
For more images from Saturday's Grand Parade, click on the arrows at the upper right.
Today is the last day of the festival. The schedule:
■ Sequim Juried Art Show — 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Bell Creek Plaza.
■ Carnival — Noon to 5 p.m., Green Field, Sequim High School.