Soohia Art of Port Angeles, right, gets her face painted by Emma Gockerell of Sequim-based Emma-gine Painting & Parties during Friday’s pop-up market at the inaugural Squatchcon 2022 Comic & Arts Convention at The Wharf on the Port Angeles waterfront. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Soohia Art of Port Angeles, right, gets her face painted by Emma Gockerell of Sequim-based Emma-gine Painting & Parties during Friday’s pop-up market at the inaugural Squatchcon 2022 Comic & Arts Convention at The Wharf on the Port Angeles waterfront. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Face-painting fun at Squatchcon

Soohia Art of Port Angeles, right, gets her face painted by Emma Gockerell of Sequim-based Emma-gine Painting & Parties during Friday’s pop-up market at the inaugural Squatchcon 2022 Comic & Arts Convention at The Wharf on the Port Angeles waterfront. The convention continues Saturday and Sunday with a variety of activities.

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