Blackberry pie contest winners, from left, Rachel Rice of Joyce (second place, adult), Audry Rice, 11, of Joyce (third place, youth), Janice Harsh of Port Angeles (third place, adult), Haylie Tenneson, 11, of Port Angeles (first place, youth), Tamara Stephens, Clackamas, Ore. (first place, adult) and Ariana Varholla, 15, of Sequim (second place, youth) display their pies and ribbons at the end of judging on Saturday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Blackberry pie contest winners, from left, Rachel Rice of Joyce (second place, adult), Audry Rice, 11, of Joyce (third place, youth), Janice Harsh of Port Angeles (third place, adult), Haylie Tenneson, 11, of Port Angeles (first place, youth), Tamara Stephens, Clackamas, Ore. (first place, adult) and Ariana Varholla, 15, of Sequim (second place, youth) display their pies and ribbons at the end of judging on Saturday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Joyce Daze

Blackberry pie contest winners, from left, Rachel Rice of Joyce (second place, adult), Audry Rice, 11, of Joyce (third place, youth), Janice Harsh of Port Angeles (third place, adult), Haylie Tenneson, 11, of Port Angeles (first place, youth), Tamara Stephens, Clackamas, Ore. (first place, adult) and Ariana Varholla, 15, of Sequim (second place, youth) display their pies and ribbons at the end of judging on Saturday.

Pie volunteer Allison Stephens of Ocean Park dishes out ice cream for pie a la mode during Saturday’s Joyce Daze Wild Blackberry Festival. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Pie volunteer Allison Stephens of Ocean Park dishes out ice cream for pie a la mode during Saturday’s Joyce Daze Wild Blackberry Festival. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Joyce Daze Wild Blackberry Festival-goers, from left, Sarah Houtrouw of Rengshavsen, Germany, Nina Nusche of Fischwasser, Germany, and Sheriann Houtrouw of Freshwater Bay enjoy slices of blackberry pie on Saturday in Joyce. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Joyce Daze Wild Blackberry Festival-goers, from left, Sarah Houtrouw of Rengshavsen, Germany, Nina Nusche of Fischwasser, Germany, and Sheriann Houtrouw of Freshwater Bay enjoy slices of blackberry pie on Saturday in Joyce. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

A special 40th anniversary pie celebrates the origins of the Joyce Daze Blackberry Festival. The pie was to be donated to the musicians who performed at Saturday’s event. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

A special 40th anniversary pie celebrates the origins of the Joyce Daze Blackberry Festival. The pie was to be donated to the musicians who performed at Saturday’s event. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Blackberry pie contest judges, from left, Deb Moriarity, Roxanne Olsen, John Hauck and Holly Rose, along with unofficial judge William Erickson, 9, Olsen’s grandson, sample pies and take notes on Saturday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Blackberry pie contest judges, from left, Deb Moriarity, Roxanne Olsen, John Hauck and Holly Rose, along with unofficial judge William Erickson, 9, Olsen’s grandson, sample pies and take notes on Saturday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Homemade blackberry pies wait for judging during Saturday’s Joyce Daze Wild Blackberry Festival. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Homemade blackberry pies wait for judging during Saturday’s Joyce Daze Wild Blackberry Festival. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Lifelong Joyce resident and unofficial “mayor” John Singhose, 95, right, receives a key to the city fashioned from a hand ax from Joyce Daze Wild Blackberry Festival chairman John Kent during Saturday’s grand parade. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Lifelong Joyce resident and unofficial “mayor” John Singhose, 95, right, receives a key to the city fashioned from a hand ax from Joyce Daze Wild Blackberry Festival chairman John Kent during Saturday’s grand parade. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Jef Boyd drives his family’s 1935 John Deere tractor in the Joyce Daze Grand Parade on Saturday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Jef Boyd drives his family’s 1935 John Deere tractor in the Joyce Daze Grand Parade on Saturday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Sisters Addi Helgeson, 9, left, and Kammi Helgeson, 7, both of Port Angeles, watch the Joyce Daze grand parade from the top of a van along the parade route on Saturday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Sisters Addi Helgeson, 9, left, and Kammi Helgeson, 7, both of Port Angeles, watch the Joyce Daze grand parade from the top of a van along the parade route on Saturday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Debbie DeLuna, dressed as Princess Dris, the Scottish/English translation of “blackberry briar,” and her dog, Zuko, march in Saturday’s Joyce Daze parade. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Debbie DeLuna, dressed as Princess Dris, the Scottish/English translation of “blackberry briar,” and her dog, Zuko, march in Saturday’s Joyce Daze parade. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

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