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Annie and Mary Parade in Blue Lake 

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Two Dell'Arte students clowned their way through the parade.
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The Samba na Chuva dancers headed toward the main parade route during the 51st annual Annie and Mary Parade in Blue Lake.
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Annie (left, Kelly Brannon) and Mary (right, Janine Volkmar), followed by sign-toting Larry (Lauraine Leblanc) led the parade past the Logger Bar.
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The Dell'Arte convertible with Sarah McKinney and Alyssa Hughlett aboard was followed by their sign contingent and clowns.
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A contingent of "Ladies of the Lake" group joined the 51st annual Annie and Mary Parade in Blue Lake.
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Mandy Mager, Blue Lake city manager, was named grand marshal of the parade; she was accompanied by her daughter Maia.
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Members of the Mad River Old Crows, a men's service group in Blue Lake, tossed candy and socialized with the crowd along the parade route.
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A favorite among the Bill Nessler Car Show line up was this 1950 "bullet-nose" Studebaker owned by Abe Souze, of Eureka. "They called it the 'mug-rump' model because the rear deck was as lengthy as the hood," he said.
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Mary (aka Janine Volkmar) chatted with Michael Welch, of Arcata, along the parade route.
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The Samba na Chuva dancers moved past the Bill Nessler Car show lined up along the main parade route during the 51st annual Annie and Mary Parade in Blue Lake.
Photo by Mark Larson
Surrounded by giant puppets and clowns, Sarah McKinney and Alyssa Hughlett of Dell'Arte greeted their fans.
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Giant puppeteer James Hildebrandt, of the Arcata Playhouse, winged his way along the parade route.
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"Tweet Me Right" read the sign on Oliver Perkin's 1941 Chevy coupe parked in the Bill Nesler Car Show.
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Members of the Samba na Chuva group and members of the Mad River Old Crows (a men's servicel group) moved along the main parade route during the 51st annual Annie and Mary Parade in Blue Lake.
Photo by Mark Larson
Members of the Redwood Shrine Club rode in clown cars along the parade route.
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Even the horses added some glitter and flowers before participating in the parade.
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Frybread proved to be one of the favorites at the Wiyot Tacos food tent at Perigot Park.
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The Humboldt Folklife Festival music lineup in Perigot Park was led by The Brendas (including Jackie Dandeneau (left), Dharla Curry (right), Siena Nelson and Tina Garson).
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Melanie Barnett (left) and The Boys were second on the Humboldt Folklife Festival's music lineup in Perigot Park and were joined by Rosalind Parducci (right).
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The Samba na Chuva dancers headed toward the main parade route during the 51st annual Annie and Mary Parade in Blue Lake.

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