The 86th Rhody Festival float, with Princesses Brigette Palmer, left, and Hailey Hirschel waving to the crowd as they go along Lawrence Street in the Uptown neighborhood of Port Townsend. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

The 86th Rhody Festival float, with Princesses Brigette Palmer, left, and Hailey Hirschel waving to the crowd as they go along Lawrence Street in the Uptown neighborhood of Port Townsend. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

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The 86th Rhody Festival float, with Princesses Brigette Palmer, left, and Hailey Hirschel waving to the crowd as they go along Lawrence Street in the Uptown neighborhood of Port Townsend.

Port Townsend business owner Connie Segal dances with a friend to the brassy notes of the Unexpected Brass Band during the start of Chautauqua Week on Littlefield Green at Fort Worden State Park on Friday. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Port Townsend business owner Connie Segal dances with a friend to the brassy notes of the Unexpected Brass Band during the start of Chautauqua Week on Littlefield Green at Fort Worden State Park on Friday. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Port Townsend business owner Connie Segal dances with a friend to the brassy notes of the Unexpected Brass Band during the start of Chautauqua Week on Littlefield Green at Fort Worden State Park on Friday.

Port Townsend business owner Connie Segal dances with a friend to the brassy notes of the Unexpected Brass Band during the start of Chautauqua Week on Littlefield Green at Fort Worden State Park on Friday. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Port Townsend business owner Connie Segal dances with a friend to the brassy notes of the Unexpected Brass Band during the start of Chautauqua Week on Littlefield Green at Fort Worden State Park on Friday. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

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