Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Fourth Flashback

Posted By on Tue, Jul 11, 2017 at 9:51 AM

click to enlarge Dressed up as Uncle Sam, Josephine and John Silva, of Eureka, took a late afternoon stroll through Old Town. They had spent their afternoon visiting patients in the hospital, a volunteer activity they replicate each holiday while dressed in the appropriately themed costume for each holiday.  Married for 62 years, they have been volunteering for the past 13 years since they moved to Eureka. - MARK LARSON
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  • Dressed up as Uncle Sam, Josephine and John Silva, of Eureka, took a late afternoon stroll through Old Town. They had spent their afternoon visiting patients in the hospital, a volunteer activity they replicate each holiday while dressed in the appropriately themed costume for each holiday. Married for 62 years, they have been volunteering for the past 13 years since they moved to Eureka.

Eureka's Fourth of July Festival brought a huge crowd to Old Town, drawn by live music, lots of clothing and food vendor booths, classic and electric cars, a motorcycle show, Madaket cruises in the bay and rides on a speeder car or horse-drawn carriage.

The performance of the belly dancing company Sassafras also brought in a large crowd under bright sun after lunchtime, as did the piercing sound of bagpipes played by the Humboldt Highlands Pipe Band. People were still up and dancing as The Undercovers played in the late afternoon under foggy skies.

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