2011 Bridgeport Spring Festival
Herb Lindberg
Sunday, May 1, 2011
Part 2 of 4

This pictorial story of the event is divided into four pages, mainly in the chronological order in which they were taken:

     Page 1 Road Test Band, artist's booths, improved Kneebone Gas Station, with clear cylinder gravity-feed pump,  horse-drawn wagon rides 
     Page 2 Balloon clown, face painting, make King and Queen crowns, ice cream bars, farewell to Barbara Pixley, worms for composting demonstration (this page)
     Page 3 Arm painting, paper flower making, crown making, June's baked deserts, pine needle basket demonstration, Yarn spinning demonstration, gold panning.
     Page 4 Audience listens to Road Test Band,  visitors read displays in Historic Barn, Mom with King and Queen children, hot dogs, chips and soda with all the fixin's.


Our fat clown was there blowing up balloons with gas for the kids.

Face painting was very popular.

The pretty girl was part of a large family group.

Also popular -- making crowns for Kings or Queens of spring.

Here's a pretty Queen.

Representative from SYRCL (South Yuba River Citizens League)

Close by were yummy ice cream bars.

Barbara Pixley, one of the original park volunteers, receives a going-away gift.

Judy Nichols and Howard Voshell, Volunteers since the same era, say a few words about Barbara and old times.

The microphone passes from Howard to Judy, ...

... to Barbara Pixley.

Diane Marten (great Easter hat!) at the worms for composting education station

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