Jenny Preston of Chimacum’s Snow Creek Leather works on a belt at the Sequim Irrigation Festival’s Innovative Arts and Crafts Fair in downtown Sequim Saturday, May 8. “I’ve been coming to this festival since as long as I can remember, possibly the 1970s,” Preston said. With health restrictions in place the festival moved all but two events — the fair and the Grand Parade-turned-procession — to virtual presentations. See irrigationfestival.com. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell
Jenny Preston of Chimacum’s Snow Creek Leather works on a belt at the Sequim Irrigation Festival’s Innovative Arts and Crafts Fair in downtown Sequim pn Saturday. “I’ve been coming to this festival since as long as I can remember, possibly the 1970s,” Preston said. With health restrictions in place the festival moved all but two events — the fair and the Grand Parade-turned-procession — to virtual presentations. See irrigationfestival.com. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Jenny Preston of Chimacum’s Snow Creek Leather works on a belt at the Sequim Irrigation Festival’s Innovative Arts and Crafts Fair in downtown Sequim Saturday, May 8. “I’ve been coming to this festival since as long as I can remember, possibly the 1970s,” Preston said. With health restrictions in place the festival moved all but two events — the fair and the Grand Parade-turned-procession — to virtual presentations. See irrigationfestival.com. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell Jenny Preston of Chimacum’s Snow Creek Leather works on a belt at the Sequim Irrigation Festival’s Innovative Arts and Crafts Fair in downtown Sequim pn Saturday. “I’ve been coming to this festival since as long as I can remember, possibly the 1970s,” Preston said. With health restrictions in place the festival moved all but two events — the fair and the Grand Parade-turned-procession — to virtual presentations. See irrigationfestival.com. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Irrigation Festival fair ongoing in Sequim

Jenny Preston of Chimacum’s Snow Creek Leather works on a belt at the Sequim Irrigation Festival’s Innovative Arts and Crafts Fair in downtown Sequim on Saturday. “I’ve been coming to this festival since as long as I can remember, possibly the 1970s,” Preston said. With health restrictions in place the festival moved all but two events — the fair and the Grand Parade-turned-procession — to virtual presentations. See irrigationfestival.com.

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