Spring returns to the hamlet
Crowds returned to downtown Highland for a post-pandemic springfest
Chopping through wood that was on fire presented a particular challenge: pictured L-R members of the Bushiken Karate School; advanced brown belt Rocco Carozza; brown belt Joseph Smith and advanced brown belt Arjun Lahiri
There are an equal number of kids sliding down as going up
Simply not falling off is the goal
Members of the Highland Music Boosters performed individual selections at the festival. From L-R President Francis Liu, Liam Holton, Sophia Cascio, Lena Tran and Quinn Ahrenholz
Noel Hall [R] and Jerry Dickenson, from Reggae Boy Cafe, brought their taste of the Caribbean to Spring Fest.
Tom Toynton (pictured) and partner Craig Tunks will soon be opening their Holistic Health & Happiness center at 24 Main St. in the hamlet
The bubble machine added its own magic.
Rotarians (l. – r.) Sal Sovella, Dave Lambert and Bruce Desmond sold tickets to the bounce houses.
Cleo the Turtle made friends at the petting zoon
Cub pack 70 sold flowers. Pictured: Scouts Dayton Goslat and Liam Wells, along with Mike Wielins, Rachel Wilson and young Derek Wielins.
The committee: Carissa Parise, Linsday Eidel, Lauren Montgomery, Reg Osterhoudt, Kristyn Knudtson and Julie Kulafa took time out from a busy day to for a photo
A game of musical chairs.
Gina Marie’z Dancers performed some magic in the street
Darryl Bielski performed some magic with balloons